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2 July 2022 13:50

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Esra Bilgiç’s participation in the Atatürk TV series means a lot!

Famous actress Esra Bilgiç decided which one she would choose among the offers she received. You will also see the young actor in the lead role of the series, which is given great importance by Disney Plus, in which Atatürk’s life will be told.

Esra Bilgiç, who made a successful debut in the Ramo series last season and was upset that theKanunsuz Topraklar (Lawless Lands) did not receive the expected attention this season, decided to spend the summer working on it.

After Aras Bulut İynemli, Emma Watson, Songül Öden, Sarp Akkaya, Esra Bilgiç was included in the team, the project’s staff became more effective. The series, which is expected to start shooting in July, will be a gift from Disney Plus to the Turkish people in 2023, the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Republic of Turkey. Of course, the series will attract great attention all over the world.

With Esra Bilgiç’s participation in the series, the series will have the opportunity to stand out more, especially in the international arena. Esra Bilgiç, who has gained a large fan base in many countries especially in Asia with her successful performance in Diriliş Ertuğrul (Resurrection Ertuğrul), will be instrumental in bringing the Atatürk series to the fore with the influence of her fans in this region.

The role of Esra Bilgiç in the project has already been a matter of curiosity. The name of the famous actress was mentioned in the series, which was first announced as Süslü Korkuluk (Fancy Scarecrow) and then changed to Terzi (Tailor), in which Çağatay Ulusoy took the lead role.

Although Esra Bilgiç accepted the offer in principle, she withdrew from the project when she saw the disturbing demands of the producer, and since she did not sign, she officially announced that she was not included in the team anyway, revealing that the producers could not do whatever they wanted.

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