In 1236, Berke joined his brothers Orda, Sinkur, and Shiban and an assortment of cousins under the leadership of Batu Khan in a vast army, comprising some 150,000 soldiers, which marched from Siberia and into the territory of the already muslim Volga Bulgars and Kipchaks, whom … Hulagu Khan laid the foundations of the Ilkhanate and thus paved the way for the later Safavid dynastic state, and ultimately the modern country of Iran. Hulagu's conquests also opened Iran to both European influence from the west and Chinese influence from the east.

Berke was present, with several of his brothers, at the inauguration of his uncle Ögedei as Great Khan in 1229. …
This, combined with patronage from his successors, would develop Iran's distinctive excellence in architecture. The character “Noyan” from season 2 is based on a man called “Baiju Noyan” – a Mongol commander who was appointed by Ögedei Khan (the third son of Genghis Khan) to expand the Mongol Empire westward towards the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum. Ogedei, the son of Ghenkis Khan, died in December 1241 and some historians attribute his death to ending the mongol invasion that was sweeping through Europe. Mongols and Ertugrul Ghazi:-As the Mongol invasion approached, Ertugrul Ghazi defeated Noyan, a Mongol Military leader. Then noyan was the right hand of the Mongol king Ögedei Khan, Ögedei Khan was the son of Genghis Khan, and Ögedei Khan’s son was Hulagu Khan who invades Baghdad. Imran Khan is smitten by the period drama Diriliş: Ertuğrul, upon which he has showered lavish praise, much to the dismay of Pakistani filmmakers who crave for their PM to promote their projects.
I have read that Ogedei was an alcoholic and that he died on december 11th 1241 after a drinking bout with Abd-ur-Rahman. This is because Batu had to abandon the campaign and return to Karakorum following Ogedei's death. But Imran Khan’s love for the historical-adventure series, which has been billed as a … Berke was present, with several of his brothers, at the inauguration of his uncle Ögedei as Great Khan in 1229. In 1236, Berke joined his brothers Orda , Sinkur, and Shiban and an assortment of cousins under the leadership of Batu Khan in a vast army, comprising some 150,000 soldiers, which marched from Siberia and into the territory of the Muslim Volga Bulgars and Kipchaks , whom they subdued. However, I doubt very much that he was killed by Ertugrul, or such intense and personal skirmishes took place with the Kayis.