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12 August 2022 14:05

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Romantic comedy will be less stressful for Hakan Dinçkol after the heavyweight of the role of Atatürk!

Hakan Dinçkol, who dazzled with his success in the role of Atatürk, is now in romantic comedy! Born in 1981 in Istanbul, Hakan Dinçkol has been among the names on the sets since 2015. The actor, who attracted great attention with the character of Turan Hüseyinoğlu in the Savaşçı (Warrior) series, first attracted the attention of the audience with the character of Fırat in the TV series Asla Vazgeçmem (Never Give Up).

After the TV series Kapımdaki Düşman, Öğretmen, Hakan Dinçkol’s name was talked about a lot in 2022. The actor, who portrayed Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, in the Netflix series entitled Midnight at the Pera Palace, achieved great popularity.

Hakan Dinçkol, who performed very well in the role of Mustafa Kemal, also attracted a lot of attention with the character of Cüneyt in the series Yargı (Judgement). After his impressive performance in two drama series, the actor oined the cast of the romantic comedy series Senden Daha Güzel (More Beautiful than You), this time.

Senden Daha Güzel, which is broadcast on Fox TV on Tuesday evenings, stars Cemre Baysel, Burak Çelik, Ebru Cündübeyoğlu, Sevinç Erbulak and Berat Yenilmez.

The actor, who is playing the character of Ali Bıçakçı, the ex-boyfriend of the character of Efsun, in the series “Senden Daha Güzel”, which continues under the production of Gold Film, returned to the sets by participating in the television series again after the intense tempo of the series Yargı.

The participation of the ex-girlfriend of the character of Efsun, played by Cemre Baysel, in the story will cause the jealousy of Emir.

With his successful performance in the character of Emir, Burak Çelik showed that he can do very well in romantic comedy series.

Senden Daha Güzel series continues to be broadcast on FOX every Tuesday at 20:00.

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