The most popular Television channel ‘Zindagi’ takes another interesting twist after the Indian reality show Shukriya; the channel now features an absolutely refreshing Turkish romance for its audience called ‘Feriha’.
The channel took to its fame journey airing interesting Pakistani sitcoms. ‘Feriha’ was first aired on the channel on September 15th, 2015.
Fareha is a Faheem Burney directorial and is orignated from a Turkey show called ‘Adini Feriha Koydum.’ In Turkey, Feriha is one of the most watched shows.
The storyline is composed by ‘Melis Civelek and Sirma Yanik. Basically, Feriha is a Hindi drama produced under Med Yapım and has Vahide Grodum and Hazal Kaya in the lead roles. Feriha Yilmaz is the central character, daughter of Rıza Yılmaz (Metin Çekmez). Her father is a doorman of an Elite society of Istanbul and mother Zehra Yılmaz (Vahide Gordum) a housekeeper.
Feriha wins a scholarship which takes her to an elite university, and since she is not comfortable and open with the backward status of her family, she lies about her social status and portrays herself as a rich girl.
In the university she meets a good looking wealthy boy ‘Emir Sarrafoglu’ (Cagatay Ulusoy). Emir is a playboy who falls in love with Feriha without the knowledge of her family background. Gradually Feriha also gives in and starts loving Emir, though she finds herself totally confused about the lies she told.
Eventually, Emir finds out the reality of Feriha. He gets to know that she belongs to a poor family. Out of disgust and disappointment Emir dumps her.
Despite the growing hatred for each other, they gradually find themselves more in love.
Feriha has a huge fan following now, according to the audience reviews; the Turkish Romance has touched the hearts of its Viewers unlike any other show.
Cast of Feriha:
Vahide Gördüm – Zehra Yılmaz, Hazal Kaya – Feriha Yılmaz Sarrafoğlu, Metin Çekmez – Rıza Yılmaz, Çağatay Ulusoy – Emir Sarrafoğlu, Deniz Uğur – Sanem İlhanlı, Ceyda Ateş – Hande Gezgin, Yusuf Akgün – Koray Onat, Melih Selçuk – Mehmet Yılmaz, Sedef Şahin – Cansu İlhanlı, Ufuk Tan Altunkaya – Halil