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Damla Sönmez, Dilruba of the Aziz series, became the woman of the awards, but she did not lose herself!

Damla Sönmez, who we watched in the lead role in the Aziz series broadcast on Show TV on Friday evenings, is a name that has collected many awards with her successful performances.

Answering Hakan Gence’s questions in the Hürriyet newspaper, the actress has so many awards despite her young age that it is not unfair to describe her as the ‘woman of awards’. Stating that he was happy to receive many awards by saying “It is a very honorable and proud situation”, the young actress also drew attention with the following words:

“But of course, I don’t walk on the street saying ‘I am the woman of awards’. It’s very enjoyable, it’s actually very enjoyable when people tell you ‘we love what you do’… It’s a very enjoyable and happy thing. On the one hand, it is not exactly a determinant. You shouldn’t be stuck with her and spend your life like that. You should not do the things you do out of fear of reward.”

Damla Sönmez, who received her first Golden Orange award at the age of 22 and went to university at that time, has been taking part in both cinema, theater and TV series for many years.

Damla Sönmez, whom we watched with the character of Dilruba in the production of Aziz recently, also received a good acting education.

Awards received by Damla Sönmez:

2018 – 25th International Adana Film Festival – Best Actress Award (Sibel)

2018 London Film Week – Best Actress (Sibel)

2015 – 15th International Milan Film Festival /Best Actress

2014- New Theater Magazine Labor and Success Awards / Most Successful Actress of the Year in a Supporting Role

2014 – 21st International Golden Boll Film Festival /Best Actress

2010 – Yeşilçam Awards / Young Talent

2010 – 15. Sadri Alışık Awards / Promising Actress

2009 – 46th International Golden Orange Film Festival / Best Supporting Actress

2009 – Siyad Awards /Best Supporting Actress

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