One of the most popular Turkish actors Erkan Petekkaya has been fascinating the audience. The TV character that Erkan Petekkaya characterizes, “Delikanlı Sadi” (Fella Sadi, literally) has already turned into a phenomenon. The character is a very touching one with so many difficult childhood memories. But, Erkan Petekkaya polishes the role with his incredible acting talent. Many of those say “he is not acting, but living in the characters.”
Let’s take a closer look at both the Turkish actor Erkan Petekkaya and the character. As for the TV series, in which he is playing, it is Kırmızı Oda (The Red Room), a famous Turkish TV drama. The drama elaborates a series of sessions of a head-psychiatrist with her clients from various social backgrounds.
Erkan Petekkaya, “Delikanlı Sadi” and His Real Story
The real story of Sadi, whom Erkan Petekkaya portrayed, and whom the audience was angry in the first episodes, is now upset with his story. The story of the TV character, Delikanlı Sadi, is taken from the book Madalyonun İçi (Inside of Medallion). The author of the book and the creator of the story is the well-known Turkish psychiatrist Gülseren Budayıcıoğlu.
Who is This TV Character in the Real Version of The Book?
Let’s continue Sadi’s story with his name in the book. It is Hüseyin actually, who is a naive, energetic, funny man. So, he’s a much more energetic person than the depressed state of other people who come to the psychiatry clinic.
What is the Biggest Problem of This TV Character?
The biggest problem of young Hüseyin (Delikanlı Sadi) is panic attacks. He has 3 successful daughters who are students and Hüseyin is very fond of his children. He came from the streets; his education level is low and he has a naturally fun character. The more you empathize with the character, the closer you get to him.
And of course, Erkan Petekkaya does his best in this role! Even, when you are watching hiö, you assume that Erkan Petekkaya himself is the Delikanlı Sadi!
We must congratulate him for his effort!
The First Session of Delikanlı Sadi
A friend brings Hüseyin to his first session while having a panic attack that is too bad to go out alone. Hüseyin grew up in the house of a very bad father. As time flies, he establishes a brother-sister relationship with the Doctor (played by Binnur Kaya) and became very fond of her.
A Tough Childhood of the TV Character
In his childhood, his father was always violent towards his mother, and even his father killed his mother in front of his eyes. So, this is how his panic attacks start. Yet, Hüseyin always manages to be kind and naive towards women, after his father’s story that ended up being the murderer of his mother. Thus, his mother goes to the grave, and his father goes to prison. And as for the young Sadi, he goes on the streets.
However, he cannot keep violence away from his life and builds a life in which he has acquired this profession with mobbish attitudes. He says that while he was a child he lived on the streets, he threw stones at night-lit houses. This is how he took revenge for his own motherlessness, longing for a warm home, and living in the streets.
Abrupt Visits to the Doctor
In the book version, Hüseyin never comes to the Doctor with an appointment. He comes suddenly only when he has a panic attack, with the permission of the patients on appointment and with the help of someone. Therefore, there is no conclusion about his story in the book. However, Sadi has progressed exactly with what is described in the book so far.
Already One of the Most Unforgettable Turkish TV Characters
Erkan Petekkaya, with his amazing acting talent, has already displayed one of the most unforgettable Turkish TV characters, Delikanlı Sadi.
Let’s see if his panic attack problem will be solved and will he get rid of the burden of childhood memories. Nowadays, millions in Turkey keep asking this question. Therefore, they don’t miss even a second of Kırmızı Oda (The Red Room).
Erkan Petekkaya on Social Media
We have mentioned enough, but not enough to see in your own eyes. so, here are official social media accounts of the phenomenon of Turkish actor Erkan Petekkaya.