Series News She said enough is enough! Burcu Biricik has a clear decision after the Camdaki Kız series!

She said enough is enough! Burcu Biricik has a clear decision after the Camdaki Kız series!

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Burcu Biricik, who gave life to the character of Nalan in the TV series “Camdaki Kız” broadcast on Kanal D, had a big break especially after the TV series “Hayat Şarkısı”. Then she starred in the TV series 8.Gün, which had a short screen life, Kuzgun and Kırmızı Oda.

Burcu Biricik is one of the most popular and popular names of the last period. It also makes a name for itself with digital projects. While the actress wins the audience’s appreciation in every role, she also takes a place in their heart.

When one looks at the last TV series that Biricik has played, the oppressed female characters always come to the fore. In particular, the character of Boncuk, which she played in the Kırmızı Oda series, where she was a guest, burned the audience.

Now signed by OGM Pictures, she plays a woman who is subjected to oppression and psychological violence in Camdaki Kız, which is adapted from Dr. Gülseren Budayıcıoğlu’s novel inspired by a real life story.

But it seems that the famous actress is quite bored of playing similar roles! On the other hand, Burcu Biricik started to look at the issue from a different perspective because women are not valued in society, the news of violence against women and femicide is not stopped, and similar stories are repeated on the screen.

The actress states that she would prefer to play in comedy instead of choosing such roles from now on, in a Youtube program she attended.

Biricik participated in Meriç Aral and Efe Tunçer’s Youtube program and did not hide that she was bored with playing similar roles with her speech. Biricik said…

“I absolutely love comedy. Apart from comedy, of course, it is very important to tell about the things that women go through and to tell about the things that go under the rug. There were many positive and negative comments about the Camdaki Kız, and I even agree with some of them. It is important to raise these issues. Because that’s how we actually discuss, talk.

As a society, we forgot to discuss how to talk. Along with all this, yes, there are women’s problems. Now we know and recognize these problems. But now I want to see other women in the roles I play. I want to play women who have different stories, other jobs or lives, not women who are oppressed, subjected to violence or oppressed. Therefore, I can say that I will pay attention to these the most in my future works.”