Series News Safir series, which had an early finale, gave Erkan Bektaş important experiences!

Safir series, which had an early finale, gave Erkan Bektaş important experiences!


Successful actor Erkan Bektaş, who was last on the screens with the TV series Safir (Sapphire), gave a special interview to the March issue of BeMan Magazine.

The actor, who has been in Cappadocia for 7 months for the TV series shooting, returned to Istanbul. Even though the TV series Safir, starring İlhan Şen, Burak Berkay Akgül and Özge Yağız, made a very impressive debut with its story at the beginning of the season, it was later taken off the air due to its falling ratings, making an early finale.

Fans of the Safir series, which was shot in the magnificent geography of Cappadocia, revealed through their comments on social media that such an early finale emerged due to the problems experienced in the story. Erkan Bektaş was also one of the notable names of the series.

Stating that Cappadocia was very good for him, Bektaş said, “Cappadocia fascinated me with its view, air, history, people, architecture of old buildings… So, when I say Cappadocia, I say ‘I’m glad’.”

Erkan Bektaş, who appeared before the audience with the character of İrfan in the TV series Düğüm (Knot), which was broadcast on the Amazon Prime Video platform after the Safir series, gave some details in his interview in the magazine.

Erkan Bektaş, who plays the character of ‘İrfan’ in the TV series ‘Düğüm’, starring Bergüzar Korel, Caner Cindoruk, Yiğit Özşener, İbrahim Selim and Serkan Altunorak, shared the following details in his interview:

“It is an exciting work with drama, detective and thriller elements. I hope we will shoot the second and third seasons. The ‘Düğüm’ project was very sudden for me. When the offer came, I was filming the TV series ‘Safir’ in Ürgüp. Therefore, it seemed difficult for me to participate in the shooting of ‘Knot’, which would be shot in Istanbul. But thanks to the coordination of the two directors and the careful work of the productions, I was able to act in Duğum by traveling back and forth between Ürgüp and Istanbul. But about four weeks were very tiring. I hope it will be a work that the audience likes.”