A number of Turkish press reports revealed the death of Turkish actor Recep Aktu at the age of 65, who played the role of Hilmi Onal in the famous Turkish series The Forbidden Love. Press reports indicated that his death was caused by a pulmonary embolism that he has been suffering for a while, noting that the news was sad for the people of art in Turkey.
The Forbidden Love is a Turkish TV series, romantic, melodramatic, and romantic adapted from a famous Turkish novel with the same name by Halid Zia Ushakilijel, written between 1899 and 1900, and the novel was portrayed as a series for the first time in 1970 in black and white in only 6 episodes. To be photographed in 2008 with a huge budget.
The series has achieved huge public and critical success, winning dozens of awards, notably the best drama series in the world for 2009, and huge profits through its distribution and dubbing in more than 12 languages. The series is considered the most famous series of the year 2010 in the Arab world because of the sensation it caused.