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Kemal Sunal graduated from Vefa Lisesi (Vefa High School). In his early ages, he started pursuing what was to become a long and successful acting career, in minor roles in theatres. For a brief period, he worked in the Kenterler Theatre and took part in his first play Zoraki Takip. He was later transferred to the Devekuşu Kabare Theatre, where he performed his acting.
By 1973, he was recognized as a true talent, and started receiving offers for films with larger budgets and more famous casts. His first film was Tatlı Dillim by Ertem Eğilmez. In a matter of years, Sunal was co-starring with other actors from the old school, such as Halit Akçatepe, Şener Şen and Münir Özkul.
Perhaps the most famous of all his parts was "İnek Şaban". The simpleminded, artless and innocent member of Hababam Sınıfı (The Outrageous Class), was a good laugh for many. İnek Şaban was constantly bullied and humiliated by his friends, but this never kept him from thinking the unthinkable, like digging a tunnel to escape school grounds (which later, turned out to lead to the vice-principal’s office) or smoking in the school attic. The character was so pure and so fixed in the memories of the Turkish people, it was never replaced by another actor in the recent re-shootings of Hababam Sinifi, most probably as a sign of respect to Sunal.
His other notable characters include: Tosun Pasha, a fake pasha; Süt Kardeş Şaban, a dumb sailor; Çöpçüler Kralı, a foolish garbage man, who fell in love with a municipality officer’s fiancee; Doktor Civanım, a former hospital janitor pretending to be a doctor upon his return to his home village; and finally "Orta Direk Şaban", a naive man trying to become an athlete to impress his crush.
Apart from the hilariousness of his movies, one of the reasons that they were so popular were because they addressed many of the problems faced by the urban poor in Turkey during the 1970s and 1980s. In almost all of his films, Kemal Sunal plays a poor man, trying to make something of himself.
Sunal’s last film was Propaganda, which was directed by director Sinan Çetin. Sunal, played a customs officer-in-charge (presumably) on the Syrian border. Being a drama, this film was a contrast to his other works. As the plot unfolded, Sunal’s character fell into despair, trying to survive the dilemma between his duties as an officer of the law and his duties as a friend. In public opinion, this film was not the best of jubilees for the master. In fact, it had not been meant to be a jubilee at all. Another significant fact about this film is that it also included Ali Sunal, Kemal Sunal’s son, cast as a junior customs officer.
Yunus Emre, who was a great folk poet and a sufist whose poems provided spiritual bases to Turkish people, is full of myths. It is not certain when and where he lived and died. It is reported that he was born in Bolu or Sivrihisar.
It is a popular rumor that Yunus was illiterate. It can be understood from his grammatical mistakes in his poems that he did not receive regular education. However, when you read his books, you cannot consider him as an ignorant person. His letters show that he knew a lot, and he understood very well the values and the styles of belief of his age. There are sections of his poems which cannot be easily understood in terms of language and ideas, which need explanations. However, there are many of them which are quite clear, natural, and thought-provoking.
Yunus kept his place in the memories of Turkish people with his poems, hymns, and myths, revived in their language, lived in their spirit and was shed in their tears. Yunus Emre is a great, deep and sincere folk poet. He tried to explain the unreachable excitement of Allah love to the public with his clear Turkish, and he managed. For him, everything in the nature seeks and talks about Allah.
We see a deep mystic culture in Yunus. He turned Turkish folk language into a literary language with his most beautiful works in Oghuz dialect. In his age, Persian was the literature language, and Arabic was the scientific language. Yunus Emre, gave the best expression of divine thoughts with his simple and plain language use.
The books written about Yunus, the sun of hearts, great troubadour, who said:
Benim burda kararım yok,
Ben burdan gitmeye geldim.
Bezirgâmım metaım çok
Alana satmaya geldim.
Ben gelmedim dava için
Benim işim sevgi için
Dostun evi gönüllerdir
Gönüller yapmaya geldim.
can fill libraries. He embraces the centuries in fact. Centuries talk about him, loving and beloved hearts talk about him. He is the water wheel who moans with suffrage of love:
Benim adım dertli dolap
Suyum akar yalap yalap
Böyle emreylemiş çalap
Derdim vardır inilerim.
Suyum alçaktan çekerim,
Dönüp yükseğe dökerim,
Görün ben neler çekerim
Derdim vardır inilerim.
Yunus Emre's period is a period of introversion, despair, being exhausted for Anatolia. Anatolia Seljukian State, being defeated by Mongol attacks, went totally weak because of frequent rebels of Turkmen clans, and started efforts for living their own life with their own troubles. Scarcities of years destroyed exhausted people's hopes of life. The people, gathered in groups around sheiks who suggested that real happiness was after death, and that people should head towards Allah in this temporary world. Yunus, in this atmosphere, rose as a love sun in Anatolia, gave hope to the hopeless, and became the heart and tongue of Anatolia.
Hadise Açıkgöz, (born October 22, 1985 in Mol, Belgium), best known as just Hadise, is a popular TMF award winning Belgian–Turkish R&B singer-songwriter and an occasional presenter.
In 2005, Hadise released her debut album, "Sweat". The album spawned 5 hit singles, most noticably the singles "Milk Chocolate Girl", "Bad Boy" and "Stir Me Up", for which Hadise won an "Altın Kelebek" (Golden Butterfly) award in Turkey.
She then released her self-entitled studio album, "Hadise", in both Belgium and Turkey, which spawned the hit singles "A Good Kiss/"Deli Oğlan", "My Body" and "Aşkkolik".
She is currently in the process of making her third studio album and also preparing to represent Turkey in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 with the song "Düm Tek Tek". Hadise will be the first singer not born in Turkey to represent the country.
She is known for the unique songs, which experiment with R&B, Turkish Pop and dance music. She is also the lyricist for most of her songs which earned her critical acclaim.
Hadise was born in the town of Mol, near Antwerp in Belgium on 22 October 1985. Her parents are of Circassian descent and came from Sivas, Turkey and migrated to Belgium where they settled in the town of Moles. Hadise has two sisters and one brother; Hadise's name (meaning 'event' or 'occurrence') was her grandfather's idea and was actually intended for Hadise's older sister.
From an early age Hadise knew that she wanted to pursue a career in music, and although she has been a professional singer since the age of 16, she still continued her education and thus gained a BA in Marketing. She speaks several languages; Turkish, Dutch, English, French and German included.
Hadise rose to fame in 2003 when she entered the Flemish version of Pop Idol, at the age of 17. She was offered a record contract after her performance on the show, in recognition of her talent.
Soon after her appearance on Idool 2003, Hadise received a call from the manager of 2Brain records, Johan Hendrickx, who was impressed with her performance on the show and he offered her an album contract. Hadise's debut single "Sweat" which was released in November 2004 peaked at #19 on the Ultratop 50 singles chart. She later released the single Stir Me Up which gained popularity in both Turkey and Belgium. Hadise then released her single Milk Chocolate Girl, the biggest hit from her debut album, which peaked at #13 on the Ultratop 50. A year after releasing her debut single, in November 2005, Hadise released her debut album Sweat, on which she collaborated with Yves Gaillard.
Kaynak: Delinetciler Paylaşım Forumu Hadisenin Hayatı İngilizce - İngilizce Hadisenin Hayatı Hadise presented "Popstars", which was a huge success for her as the programme attracted an average audience of twenty million viewers every week.
2008-present: Release of "Hadise"
Hadise began to work on her second studio album in December 2007. The album was recorded in many countries, including Turkey, France, Belgium and Italy. Hadise released the lead single, "A Good Kiss", in October 2007. This became her sixth consecutive single to chart on the Belgian "Ultratop 50". The song was also successful in Turkey, where it became her first single to chart on the "Turkish Billboard Chart". The song was later translated into Turkish by Sezen Aksu, becoming one of the most played songs in clubs in the summer of 2008..
She released two more singles in Belgium "My Body", which is her best-selling single in Belgium so far, and "My Man and the Devil on His Shoulder", her first single not making the Ultratop 50 chart.
In 2008, Hadise appeared on Serdar Ortaç's album Nefes on a track called "Düşman". In July 2008, Hadise revealed that she met Kevin Federline during her trip to the USA and told the media that he had produced some music for her to use on a future album. A new video has surfaced of hadise telling belgian viewers that her future album will include urban beats and some of the producers and cherographers have worked with Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys and many more artists that are big in the game.
From October 2008, Hadise presented the Flemish version of X-factor
Although Hadise said in 2007 that she would never take part in the Eurovision Song Contest after her friend Kate Ryan failed to win the final, Hadise announced in 2008 she would like to take part in the contest representing Turkey and on October 24, 2008 Hadise was confirmed as the Turkish representative at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009. She had been the favourite to represent Turkey as she has won numerous online polls. In late October İbrahim Şahin, the general manager of Turkish broadcaster TRT announced that Hadise had won the poll held by TRT to determine the act to represent Turkey and they therefore had chosen Hadise.
Hadise had complete control over the production of the song for the Eurovision Song Contest. She decided the lyricist, composer, producer and the language of the song- English and as revealed by the Turkish newspaper "Sabah", Hadise eventually presented three songs to TRT, which then chose the entry internally.
Kaynak: Delinetciler Paylaşım Forumu Hadisenin Hayatı İngilizce - İngilizce Hadisenin Hayatı Hadise told Belgian newspapers she wanted to represent Turkey instead of Belgium because she has already won many Belgian awards and also because the Eurovision Song Contest isn't popular in Belgium anymore, whereas it is in Turkey. She also said that she prefered to represent Turkey as it was an internal selection rather than a public voting.
There were rumors that Hadise chose to represent Turkey rather than Belgium, because of a secret financial deal. On December 31, 2008 the song was revealed to be Düm Tek Tek.
At the start of February 2009 Hadise began travelling Europe as part of her promotional tour for Eurovision. The tour began on February 5 in Malta, and will continue until the May 5, a week prior to the first Eurovision semi-final takes place.
In 2006 Hadise presented Turkiye Popstar, a programme with twenty million viewers a week.
In 2008-2009 she got a job as a presenter for the first time in her birth country Belgium. She was the main and only presenter of the second season of X Factor (Belgium) at Vtm. Although it was her first television job in Belgium, Hadise did a good job. She handled a critical moment where one of the judges left the contest during live television. Hadise was also praised by the candidats of X Factor for guiding them.
Hadise has rejected two offers to star in a film. One of the parts was the leading role in a Turkish movie. Not much is known about this film, apart from the fact that the film supposedly focused on 2 sisters, one of whom was to be played by Hadise.
In July 2008 Hadise was again offered a role in a Turkish comedy film. Although she turned down the two previous offers, she is still considering the part and it has been suggested she may take the offer as she is interested in the part and is currently reading through the script.
Hadise is known for being in strict secrecy about her personal life, especially about her romantic relationships. This is a result of her growing up with Turkish traditions and caring about family. Has been named "a loyal girlfriend" by several magazines, Hadise never went public with any of her relationships.
Several criticism surfaced about Hadise's racy image, leading the artist to say that "Some Turks think it is great, but others find it over the top".
Hadise was later criticised for her music video "Deli Oğlan", prior to its release. Images of Hadise with a male model were leaked online and some Turkish media condemned the video as too erotic.Hadise later removed these scenes from the video because of an disagreement with the male model. Hadise was asked in an interview on the "MTV Türkiye" show 'BeniMTV' (My MTV), about her feelings on the response to the video images, but refused to comment.
Hadise has said she admires artists such as Christina Aguilera, Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys and Mariah Carey. Hadise's songs have also been influenced by Turkish music, which came across in her music making her a rather unique artist, as she fuses R&B and Turkish pop. Examples of songs by her combining a strong Turkish slant with an Urban feel include Stir Me Up, Bad Boy, A Good Kiss and "Don't Ask".
TBA: Sweat - Special Edition*
Fatih Sultan Mehmet'in İngilizce Hayatı
Mehmet II was born on 29th March 1432, in Edirne He was the son of Sultan Murad II His mother was Huma Hatun He was a tall, strong and muscular man
Mehmet II was a statesman and a military leader He was also interested in literature, fine arts and monumental architecture He was educated by famous scholar Aksemseddin Mehmet was speaking seven languages fluently Another worthy tribute to the Ottoman ruler is the famous portrait of him by Gentile Bellini He also interested in philosophy and science He invited Ali Kuscu the famous astronomer to the observatory in Istanbul
Mehmet II was ascended the throne in his 20th yearHe took the name “conqueror” (fatih) after the conquest of Istanbul on 29th May 1453
The conquest of Istanbul spelled the end of the Byzantine Empire and entered a phase of urban revival under the wise and tolerant administrations of Mehmet and his immediate successors The capture of Istanbul was followed by a long succession of campaigns which resulted in a tremendous extension of direct Ottoman rule Among those areas that fell to Mehmet II were Serbia, Greece, the Empire of Trezibizond, *****chia, Bosnia, Karaman, Albania and several Venetian and Geneose maritime establishments
He ruled the Ottoman Empire for 30 years and joined 25 campaigns himself He was a very strict statesman and a very brave soldier He took place in front of his army in the wars and he encouraged his soldiers
The emperor had died on 3rd May 1481 He was buried in “Fatih Turbesi” (tomb), near the Mosque of Fatih in Istanbul
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