Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ, one of Turkey’s most handsome and impressive actors, is what he does. Tatlıtuğ, known for his passion for the seas, worked for the good of the world this time and took part in a very different project.
Tatlıtuğ starred in the film of the project Tomorrow’s Water, a social awareness movement supported by Finish Turkey and National Geographic Turkey. The film posted on the project’s official social media account: “Join us so that time does not flow like water, our waters are not only in our memories, but also in our future, let’s save tomorrow’s water together. OK, where are you from? Do you know what happened to that lake in your memories when it was flowing like #TimeWater? shared in his words.
The film begins with Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ’s story of being from Adana and spending his childhood in the lakes. As Tatlıtuğ is preparing to jump into the lake, as in his childhood, he encounters soil instead of water. The film draws attention to Turkey’s dwindling water resources.
In the sequel, he explains how water can be used sparingly. The film aims to create social awareness in order to use water more carefully in the society.
The famous actor continues his other projects. Tatlıtuğ, who was announced to be in the second season of the Belgian production series Into The Night, shot for Netflix a while ago, will take a role in the second season of the series signed by Jason George, in which Turkish actor Mehmet Kurtuluş, who lives abroad, is in the cast.
Tatlıtuğ will also be back on the set to take a role in the movie Aşıklar Bayramı, which will be directed by Özcan Alper in the coming days. Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ will be accompanied by the master actor Settar Tanrıöğen in the movie.
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