For Erkan Meriç, only this much of bad luck can be real!
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5 October 2022 15:38

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For Erkan Meriç, only this much of bad luck can be real!

Erkan Meriç did not take part in the series for a long time after his effective debut in the TV series Adını Sen Koy. While Hazal Subaşı, with whom she was a partner at that time and had a love affair for a while, made a big breakthrough, Erkan Meriç preferred not to take part in any project.

The actor stayed away from the sets of the series until the Savaşçı (Warrior) series last season and almost made him forget himself. However, Erkan Meriç’s return to the screen with the TV series “Savaşçı” and then his very effective acting in Gülümse Kaderine (Smile Destiny) enabled him to make a good debut. This role, which was talked about a lot on social media and created great interaction, was a great chance for the actor. But this chance was unfortunately short lived.

Erkan Meriç, who has become the most talked-about name of the TV series “Gülümse Kaderine” broadcast on Fox TV with the psychopath Fırat character, has been compared to Nuri Alço, who has signed the unforgettable characters of Turkish films, with the characteristics of the character.

Erkan Meriç has caught an environment in which he plays a very productive role for himself and almost chases the social media. However, this situation will not last long. Because the ratings of the series “Gülümse Kaderine” were bad, it was decided to cancel it by Fox TV.

This means farewell to Erkan Meriç’s role in which he was very influential and highly visible… If the Gülümse Kaderine series had continued, the young actor would perhaps have taken the strongest and most effective steps of his career thanks to this role.

However, if there is one lesson to be learned from this series, it is that Erkan Meriç has a talent for portraying such psychopathic and mentally ill characters. We are sure that the producers will consider this in the role offer.

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