Zümrüdüanka (English title: Phoenix) Pastel Film signed Turkish drama series, the first part of which was released on January 25, 2020, directed by Volkan Kocatürk and written under the supervision of Eylem Canpolat.
Zumrut (Ceren Yilmaz) is a beautiful young girl who lives together with her mother Ulfet (Hatice Aslan), her sister Meliha (Miray Akay) and her father. She works at a factory and supports her family financially.
The factory where Zumrut works is owned by a powerful family Demirkan. Demirkan family is a well-known family in Cappadocia.
Zumrut and Serhat have been dating secretly and dream to get married after Serhat discharges from the military duty.
Zumrut is willing to wait for her lover but her marriage plan turns upside down when she learns that Serhat is killed on duty.
The bad news spread all over Cappadocia. Not only Demirkan family but also Zumrut mourn upon the death of Serhat.
One year later, Zumrut’s fate intersects with Demirkan family again. This time, Serhat’s uncle Adil asks for Zumrut’s hand.
Adil is a middle-aged man who is the boss of the factory where Zumrut works. He is attracted by Zumrut’s purity, beauty, and thoughtfulness.
Adil eventually finds the person whom he is willing to get married but he cannot win Zumrut’s heart no matter whatever he does.
Zumrut does not accept the marriage proposal even though Adil comes from a wealthy family. She cannot explain that she had been dating with Serhat who is the nephew of Adil. She is still in love with Serhat and mourns for him after his death. That’s why, she rejects the marriage proposal.
However, Zumrut’s mother Ulfet learns that powerful Adil Demirkan is attracted by her daughter.
Ulfet is a passionate woman who wants to get rid of poverty. Thus, she wants her daughter to get married to a wealthy man. When she learns that she could become in-laws with Demirkan family, she tries her best to persuade Zumrut for accepting the marriage proposal
|Alp Navruz||Serhat Demirkan|
|Ceren Yilmaz||Zümrüt Kuloglu|
|Selim Bayraktar||Abbas Demirkan|
|Hatice Aslan||Ülfet Kuloglu|
|Elif Çakman||Nevcihan Demirkan|