Sıla Türkoğlu, who attracted attention with the character of Doğa, which she portrayed in the TV series Kızılcık Şerbeti (Cranberry Sherbet), has become one of the most talked about young actors of recent years. The actor, who starred in the TV series Kızılcık Şerbeti after becoming known for the TV series Emanet and was talked about a lot last season, also has a wide fan base.
The successful start of the second season of the Kızılcık Şerbeti series and the fact that the story attracted a lot of attention means that Sıla Türkoğlu is also taking strong steps in her career. Sıla Türkoğlu, who found strong support especially from Turkish TV series fans abroad, became a name that attracted attention with every move she made.
The actress, who has been in the top 10 on the list of the most popular actresses on social media for a long time, talked about the reason behind choosing the TV series Kızılcık Şerbeti.
The actress said, “I would like to be a part with a message. I accepted this job because of the social messages we know. I did not choose the script by focusing only on Doğa. “I chose the series because I liked the overall story,” she said.
Expressing that she is interested in characters and stories that aim to give a message to the audience, the famous actress experiences the difficult processes experienced in male-female relationships with the Kızılcık Şerbeti series.
Viewers on the screen have the opportunity to look at the overlapping points in their own lives through the experiences of the characters Doğa and Fatih, and perhaps see their mistakes.
The Doğa character will also be at the forefront in the second season of the series. Sıla Türkoğlu mentioned that Doğa will be in a process where she will have to fight hard in the new season. The famous actress also stated that she wants to see a Doğa that stands on its own feet and said:
“Doğa will fight, in my heart I hope it won’t bow to anything. In general, I can show this to women: If we are in a toxic relationship, we can leave it and stand on our own feet and start a new life. I would love to give this message to Doğa. I don’t know if the script process works like this, but this is what I want. “I want to see a female character who stands on her own feet.”