Good news for those who can't forget the Elveda Rumeli series! Erdal Özyağcılar has a big surprise for you!
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29 September 2022 10:54

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Good news for those who can’t forget the Elveda Rumeli series! Erdal Özyağcılar has a big surprise for you!

After Yasek Elma (Forbidden Apple), Erdal Özyağcılar found a TV show just for him! Erdal Özyağcılar was one of the many famous names in the Yasak Elma TV series. The famous actor, who was born in Bursa in 1948, took part in the Yasak Elma series with the character of Hasan Ali Kuyucu and said goodbye to the story with the 4th season finale in June 2021.

After the Yasak Elma adventure, which lasted for 25 episodes, the master actor, who continued to take part in the sets by taking part in the movie Mirrorless Haluk, decided to evaluate the series offers after resting for a while.

The actor, whom we watched as Ramiz in the series Elveda Rumeli (Farewell Rumelia) between 2007 and 2009, will appear in front of the audience with a similar production. The master actor, who will go to Macedonia for his new series, will live the old days once again, as he did in Elveda Rumeli.

The story of the Elveda Rumeli series took place between 1896 and 1907. In the project that lasted for 3 seasons, Erdal Özyağcılar did a very successful job and the series became one of the unforgettable.

Many important actors are expected to take part in the new project, which is called the Balkan Ninnisi. Erdal Özyağcılar, as the male lead of this project, will be the name that drags the story again.

Names such as Özlem Türkad, Emre Bey, Gözde Çığacı, Süleyman Kara, Hakan Boyav, Kaan Turgut, Deniz Gürkan, Sarp Bozkurt are also in the cast of this new series.

Uğur Uzunok, who wrote the story of Payitaht Abdülhamid, which lasted for 5 seasons, takes part in the project both as a production partner and a scriptwriter. Doğan Ümit Karaca, the director of Payitaht Abdülhamid, also took his place as the director of this project.

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