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Netflix’s recently released thrilling psychological drama ‘Kubra’ is an amazing Turkish drama.
In Kubra, an unidentified text seems to be messing with a man’s life as the app shows him the future. But was it so? Or there was more story to that? Let’s find out:
The Turkish series revolves around the story of Gökhan Şahinoğlu, playedÇağatay Ulusoy, who has been receiving odd text messages from an unknown individual named Kubra that seemingly can predict the future.
Little did Gökhan know, this puts Gökhan in a conflict between “the war of darkness and light,” where acceptance of divine guidance brings both challenges and revelations.
Çağatay Ulusoy – Gökhan Şahinoğlu
Aslihan Malbora – Merve
Ahsen Eroğlu – Gulcan
Cihan Talay – Salih
Aytek Şayan – Serhat
Nazan Kezal – Gökhan’s mom
Erdem Şenocak – Hodja (Imam)
This thrilling psychological drama series premiered on Netflix on January 18.
Was God really texting him?
Gokhan first believed it could be a woman trying to woo him, and he believed Kubra could be one of the many on the application just like him, even though their conversation initially was simple.
It turns out to be a young boy named Adem behind Kubra. He revealed that Kubra was created by him and his team. Datakraft Technologies developed this software named KUBRA for another client who wanted to gather information from their consumers to improve their sales footing.
Berk, one of the founders of the company, asked KUBRA to seize power, which led to the software working on its own. Berk carried out this task to understand the scope of the software he developed and pushed the boundaries by making KUBRA do the unthinkable.
Kubra targeted Gokhan, fed on the mindset that was inclined towards being a spiritual man, and drove him to believe in himself. Things went out of control as Kubra developed a mind of its own, which caused a power outage in Istanbul.
You can watch an eight-episode ‘Kubra’ streaming on Netflix!