State Duma deputy calls for ban on Turkish TV series in Russia 16:48

State Duma deputy Vitaly Milonov said on the radio station: “Moscow speaks” About Turkish TV series being banned.

Milonov called Turkish projects “complete nonsense”. In his opinion, such series show a life that does not correspond to reality.

“All these Natasha eaters… These kebab vendors who suddenly decided they were good actors. There is not a single intelligent actor in Turkey, they are all absolutely talentless, cheap buffoons,” the politician was angry.

According to Milonov, those who watch such films think that this is how things work in Turkey. The MP is allegedly sure that women create a false image of the ideal man. According to him, men in Turkey will ‘beat with a stick’.

“If she says a word against you, the children will be taken away and thrown out. The Turkish mother will come and say: that’s it, you are no longer our daughter-in-law, you have come back. And they will not let the children go,” said the deputy.

Milonov likened the image of Turkish men in TV series to Turkish delight, which he believes is “tasteless and very sweet.”

“Everything that happens there is not true. Turks have never been able to make sweets in general; they have too much sugar. It’s the same in the movies,” Milonov concluded.

Previously It was learned that the star of ‘Magnificent Century’ will go on a Russian tour.

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Source: Gazeta


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