Her fans sang a word that Cemre Baysel said to her lover Aytaç Şaşmaz!
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4 December 2022 04:42

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Her fans sang a word that Cemre Baysel said to her lover Aytaç Şaşmaz!

Famous actors Aytaç Şaşmaz and Cemre Baysel appeared on the screen with the romantic comedy series Baht Oyunu, which was broadcast last summer.

The Baht Oyunu series, which said goodbye to the screens, became a memorable project. The love of Cemre Baysel and Aytaç Şaşmaz, who met and started to love in this production, continues.

While Cemre Baysel returned to the screens with the Fox TV series titled Senden Daha Güzel (More Beautiful than You) in the summer, Aytaç Şaşmaz did not receive any project news.

The actor, who spent the summer period resting, is currently on vacation. Sharing his holiday poses with his followers on his Instagram account, Aytaç Şaşmaz’s photos showing his muscular body get full marks from his fans.

In the comments made by his fans to the actor’s shares, a detail does not escape the eyes. Cemre Baysel constantly comments on the photos shared by her lover Aytaç Şaşmaz on social media, “What are you doing, Mr.Aytaç?”

Cemre Baysel’s comments on her lover on social media in this way enchant the fans of the duo. So much so that the fans of the famous couple have slurred these words of Cemre Baysel.

Aytaç Şaşmaz’s latest Instagram posts were commented on by many of his followers as “What are you doing, Mr. Aytaç?” Aytaç Şaşmaz is on vacation alone this summer, as his lover is on the set of the TV series Cemre Baysel.

The name of the famous actor was changed for the new movie called İlk Göktürk, but due to some problems, Aytaç Şaşmaz had to leave this project.

The actor stated that he was listened to in the statement he made recently and said, “I am looking for a job, I have meetings. Everything is fine,” he said.

Aytaç Şaşmaz, who is in the evaluation phase of the incoming projects, wishes to return to the sets if a good offer comes in.

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