Male leads in the series Hayaller ve Hayatlar are in trouble with love!
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2 December 2022 06:18

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Male leads in the series Hayaller ve Hayatlar are in trouble with love!

The Hayaller ve Hayatlar series published on the Bein Connect platform received great acclaim. Millions of fans of the series, both at home and abroad, are wondering what happened in this production. The broadcast of the series continues on Thursday evenings and 6 episodes have been broadcast.

Özge Gürel, Aybüke Pusat, Melisa Aslı Pamuk, Yeşim Ceren Bozoğlu deserve applause for their high performances as the leading female actors in the series. As the male leads; We are watching Yusuf Çim, Serkay Tütüncü and Ekin Mert Daymaz.

The three male lead actors of the series answered the questions of the newspaper Hürriyet… The characters Alaz, Sergen and Emre fall in love at first sight in the story of the series. So, do all 3 famous actors believe in love at first sight?

Ekin Mert Daymaz thinks that there is such a truth… Yusuf Çim, stating that there can be a power of attraction at first sight, said, “It can turn into love over time.”

Serkay Tütüncü said, “Yes, actually, love after the first electricity… Is there love anyway?” He gave a different interpretation.

Serkay Tütüncü, who conveyed his own thoughts about his characters, used the following expressions for Alaz: Alaz is a successful lawyer. Someone who doesn’t like to talk much about himself, who has yet to meet many versions of himself. He’s not afraid to get in trouble while taking risks for those he loves.”

Yusuf Çim, who plays the character of Sergen, said, “Sergen is the young and handsome boss of a magazine group. He doesn’t like people’s pretensions, he wants people around him who are genuine and sincere.”

Ekin Mert Daymaz, whom we watched as Emre, also spoke as follows: “Emre is a banker. He’s worried about being on good terms with money, but he doesn’t like to take on too much responsibility.”

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