Tuba Büyüküstün becomes sultana for 'Ottoman Rising'
The new Netflix series has no release date, but some photographs of Turkish actress Tuba Büyüküstün characterized as Mara Hatun have already been leaked.

Tuba Buyukustun in Ottoman Rising
Although the date of issuance of the historical series Ottoman Rising on the history of the Turkish Empire that Netflix prepares is still unknown, some images of the successful Turkish actress Tuba Büyüküstün (Love of contraband and Sühan, revenge and love) characterized as Mara Hatun, the wife of Sultan Murad II and stepmother of Mehmed II the Conqueror, played by Cem Yiğit Üzümoğlu and star of the series.

It will be a six-chapter documentary and it will appear Tuba dressed at the time, with the personality of the influential woman who was Mara Hatun in the Ottoman Empire of the fifteenth century. Although this sultana had no children of her own, the story goes, she was very close to her husband's son, Mehmed, who was often advised by her, and her influence continued during the reign of Mehmed's successor, Beyazid II.

Characterized of sultana with a long mane
In the photographs that have been seen from the recordings, Tuba has scenes with Mehmed as a child, and later with Cem Yigit Üzümoglu. To play the character of Mara, Tuba's costume has been carefully crafted, just like her crown, while her black hair has had to lengthen considerably to resemble her.

The story tells how the Ottoman Empire grew and how the life of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror developed. He rose to the throne as a child, with 13 years, and became one of the most powerful emperors of the empire in those years, achieving the conquest of Istanbul. The series will be broadcast in English on the Netflix platform.

The participation of Tuba Büyüküstün in Ottoman Rising was announced in February of this year, although the recordings have started later than expected, so the premiere scheduled for September has also been delayed. The beautiful actress did not act on television or in cinema since 2017, when she recorded Sühan with Kivanç Tatlitug, and the movie İstanbul Kırmızısı.

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