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4 July 2022 09:05

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A significant change was made before the new series of Afra Saraçoğlu started!

Afra Saraçoğlu will also come to the fore among the ambitious TV series projects prepared by Star TV next season. It was stated that the famous actor liked the script very much and that the name of the series, which will appear on the television screen after a 2-year hiatus, will be Antepli.

A new arrangement was made regarding the name of the series, which is understood to carry the traces of the Southeastern Anatolia region with the name Antepli. The name of the series, which will bring together Afra Saraçoğlu and Mert Ramazan Demir in the lead roles, has been changed.

The series, which is expected to appear in front of the audience as of September with the name of Yalı Çapkını (Kingfisher), is eagerly awaited. The new series Yalı Çapkını, signed by OGM Pictures, will reveal a well-known story.

You will watch the story of a rich and flirtatious young man and a young girl living in Gaziantep falling in love with each other in the TV series The Yalı Çapkını.

Mert Ramazan Demir will play the character of Ferit in the story and will portray a spoiled rich boy known for his debauchery. Ferit will choose a wife among the two sisters.

Afra Saraçoğlu will portray the character named Seyran and these two young people will be married with the force of their families. The new period in Ferit and Seyran’s life will also enable the series to turn into an entertaining story.

Burcu Alptekin is working as the director in the TV series Yalı Çapkını, which will start shooting in August.

The team will have to wait for Mert Ramazan Demir, who will also participate in the second season shooting of Şahmaran, for the shooting of the new series, in which a master actor like Çetin Tekindor is also in the cast.

Filming is planned to start in August, but this planning may change if the completion of Mert Ramazan Demir’s Şahmaran project takes longer.

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