A young woman's forced marriage to the agha of a tribe in Southeastern Turkey leads to tragedy and social change.
Sıla is a Turkish television series directed by Gül Oğuz that airs on ATV and ATV Avrupa (Europe). Sila began airing in the Arab World in 2010 and gained great popularity and success throughout its run. In Greece the projection of Sila started the 10 June 2012 at Mega Channel. In Croatia, this series was aired from December 2012 to May 2013 on Nova TV. In Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina this series started on December 15, 2013 at 20:00 on RTV Pink, Pink M and Pink BH, and it became one of the highest watched Turkish TV series breaking all records. In Slovakia started on August 5, 2013 on channel TV Doma and was breaking channel records. In Slovenia started on May 15, 2014 on channel POP TV, and in Macedonia on October 1, 2014 on Sitel TV. In Romania started on January 5, 2015 on the channels PRO TV (the first 4 episodes) and Acasă (all of episodes). In Bulgaria started on February 9, 2015 on channel bTV. In Chile started on March 8, 2015 on channel Mega.
Sıla est une série télévisée turque diffusée du 15 septembre 2006 au 20 septembre 2008 sur la chaîne de télévision hertzienne ATV. La série comporte trois saisons pour un total de soixante-dix neuf épisodes. Réalisée par Gül Oğuz et produite par FM Yapim, elle met en scène dans les rôles principaux l'actrice Cansu Dere et l'acteur Mehmet Âkif Alakurt. La série suit les aventures de Sıla, une jeune turque forcée, par tradition, de se marier à Boran, le agha d'une famille de sa ville natale, afin de sauver la vie de son frère.