Shahmaran Review, and Ending Explained!

Shahmaran Review: A real genre mix that works nicely with the story. Each episode is around an hour long, and the series has eight episodes, but there is a lot of material to cover. There’s also a lot of history and mystery to unravel.

What happened in Shahmaran? – Review

Shahsu arrives in Adana to visit her estranged grandfather Davut and conduct a last-minute psychology lecture. She approaches her grandfather, asking why he abandoned her mother as a youngster, but Davut remains mute. She also decides to attend the local university on a short-term basis.

Shahsu soon meets her neighbor Maran, which marks the beginning of their complicated relationship. Maran and his family, including his father Ural and three sisters, are Basilisks, resembling snakes and humans. Maran’s family rejoices at Shahsu’s arrival because they think she is a vital part of a prophecy that might preserve humanity from extinction.

Shahmaran Shahsu and Maran
Shahsu and Maran in Shahmaran

Shahsu sees several incredible events after deciding to stay in Adana. A fire nearly kills her during a cultural event, and a guy in a hoodie pursues her throughout the city. In addition, the professor begins to have nightmares about a snake crawling into her bed. Shahsu also develops a bond with her colleague Cihan, the son of Maran’s family friend.

The man in the hoodie tries to murder Shahsu by forcing her to follow him. When he cannot fulfill his promise, he sends many snakes to murder her. Maran arrives and saves Shahsu by draining the poison from her wound and enlisting the help of his sisters. Maran and her sisters revive her by drowning her in a pool. Cihan becomes envious of Maran since the latter quickly shares his life with Shahsu while earning respect as the “chosen one.”

Maran becomes increasingly intimate with Shahsu after saving her life. They both confess their affection for one another. Maran suggests fleeing Adana and their family members, but Shahsu does not react accordingly. Instead, a jealous Cihan joins forces with the man in the hoodie to bring Shahsu to the woman in a ruined castle’s well.

Maran intervenes and saves Shahsu as Cihan takes her to the castle. Unfortunately, Maran and Cihan end up fighting, a terrible omen because the two Basilisks aren’t allowed to fight. Around the same time, Shahsu’s colleague is taken over by the woman in the well. Ural throws a party at his house to oppose the situation.

Ending explained: Will Shahsu and Maran pass away?

According to a prophecy that explains Shahmaran’s rebirth, Shahsu and Maran end up together.

Shahsu and Maran in the series
Shahsu and Maran in Shahmaran

Ural must have reasoned that if the specific step is known to Maran, he will never fulfill the prophecy. If the step is that dangerous, it should impact the person making the sacrifice, who is none other than Shahsu. Therefore, there is a chance that the prophecy’s last stage involves Shahsu’s death. Because she is compelled to sacrifice in retaliation for Shahmaran’s murder, it is not surprising that Shahsu’s time on Earth is running out. Therefore, Maran may not accept that he guided his intended lover to her.

Who is Davut? Is he living or dead?

Davut is none other than Shahmaran’s partner, Camsap. Shahsu must become blood-related to Camsap to become the chosen human being destined to stop Lilith and prepare the way for Shahmaran’s rebirth. Camsap adopts the persona of Davut to live a life riddled with guilt and regret. Camsap consumes the tail portion of Shahmaran after killing his beloved, making him eternal. After that, he began to withstand every effort to murder himself since he was immortal. Finally, weary of attempting suicide, he took the name of Davut to live a solitary life.

The union of Shahsu and Maran most likely kills Lilith and prepares the path for Shahmaran’s rebirth. It may also provide Camsap with an opportunity for redemption by accepting death and avoiding the torments of life. The final element of Ural’s prophecy that he keeps from Maran may potentially be regarding Camsap/demise. Davut’s