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Bringing Akın Akınözü to the screen, Kaderimin Oyunu has started shooting!

The shooting of the series, which brought Akın Akınözü to the screens, who shined with the Hercai series but was not involved in any project despite the months after the end of the series, has finally started. Akın Akınözü shares the lead role with Öykü Karayel and Sarp Apak in the TV series Kaderimin Oyunu.

The Hercai series, which gained a large audience not only in Turkey but also all over the world when it was broadcast on ATV, provided a great explosion in the careers of the leading actors Ebru Şahin and Akın Akınözü. It’s been months since Hercai ended. During this time, while Ebru Şahin had already determined her new project, it aroused great curiosity that Akın Akınözü was still not on the screen.

The actor has finally set his new project some time ago. Akın Akınözü signed a contract a while ago to take part in the new series to be shot by NGM Media, Kaderimin Oyunu, which came to the fore with Kardeşlerim after the Sefirin Kızı series. The shooting of the series has started as of today.

We will witness the character of Asiye, who is in her 30s, exhibiting a strong female stance in the TV series called Kaderimin Oyunu. Öykü Karayel, who will portray Asiye, is also involved in her first project after getting married and having a baby.

The plot of the series “Kaderimin Oyunu” will be as follows: Asiye, who was raised by her stepmother, decides to run away from home when she turns 17 after a difficult childhood. Asiye meets Cemal and marries him. The couple’s two children, Nergis and Umut, are born, but there is a financial problem and this marriage is overshadowed.

Cemal leaves both his wife and two children for a better life. When a wealthy woman named Helin tempts Cemal and separates him from her family, Asiye begins her struggle for life with her two children. During this struggle for life, Asiye meets Mahir and her fate changes all of a sudden.

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