Surprise candidate for the Süslü Korkuluk! A name that Çağatay Ulusoy knows very well!
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1 December 2022 06:31

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Surprise candidate for the Süslü Korkuluk! A name that Çağatay Ulusoy knows very well!

There is a new news from the Süslü Korkuluk series, where the storm does not stop. Accordingly, a new actor is being discussed for the series. This person who will be a child actor is a name that Çağatay Ulusoy is very familiar with.

A new name is being discussed for the Süslü Korkuluk series starring Çağatay Ulusoy and Esra Bilgiç. The interviewee for the series, where preparations continue at full speed, is a child actor. This actor, named Emir Ali Dogrul, is Çağatay Ulusoy’s co-star in the movie Kağıttan Hayatlar, which he had previously starred in and produced.

The 10-year-old actor is the child actor of the movie Kağıttan Hayatlar, which received great acclaim when it was released on Netflix. In the movie, Emir ali Doğrul played the boy that Çağatay Ulusoy, a paper collector, found on the street. He received great applause with his performance in the movie and brought tears to the audience.

The little actor is getting ready to work with Çağatay Ulusoy again. Negotiations with Emir Ali Doğrul still continue. If the deal is reached, he will be the tiny actor of the series to be broadcast on Netflix.

Çağatay Ulusoy will play a tailor who takes care of his father, who has a psychological disorder, in the TV series Süslü Korkuluk, which has been a constant problem since the first day it came to the agenda. Esra Bilgiç will also give life to the woman with whom Çağatay Ulusoy sewed a wedding dress and fell in love with.

Alina Boz was mentioned for the lead role in the series. However, Alina Boz gave up taking part in the project at the last moment and was replaced by Esra Bilgiç. It has not been announced yet when the series, which is under preparation, will be on the set. Süslü Korkuluk series will meet the audience on Netflix.

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