Two successful actresses of the screen, Deniz Çakır and Bade İşcil, will appear in front of the audience with the series Aslında Özgürsün (Actually You’re Free), which will be broadcast on Gain soon.
The series, adapted from one of the most read novels of journalist-writer Duygu Asena, who devoted her life and pen to the liberation of women, called Aslında Özgürsün, is eagerly awaited by the fans of the duo.
Deniz Çakır shared the lead role with star names such as Hülya Avşar and Mehmet Aslantuğ in the series called Innocence. Bade İşil, on the other hand, appeared in front of her fans with the TV series Aşk 101 (Love 101), which was recently broadcast on Netflix.
The shooting of Aslında Özgürsün, starring two famous actors, continues at full speed. The high energies and harmony of the actors, who occasionally post photos from the set, draw attention.
The energetic and pleasant mood of the duo, who worked until late, drew attention in Bade İşil’s latest post on her Instagram account.
Deniz Çakır is strong in Aslında Özgürsün, which will be presented to the audience as a Gain Original production.
Bade İşcil plays ‘Belgin’, who is devoted to her husband and two children and begins to fall in love with a free-spirited man she has just met while she thought this was her dream.
The series, in which the characters from different circles who live different lives but have to struggle with similar problems, will appear before the audience, tells the friendship of two women, ‘Belgin’ and ‘Berna’, who are against the rules imposed by society and men, and their search for freedom and identity.
Bringing together giants such as Zuhal Olcay, Nükhet Duru and Perihan Savaş, the series is written and directed by Ali Kemal Güven, and produced by WitchCraft Film.
The strong cast of the series also includes Alican Yücesoy, Burak Yamantürk, Saygın Soysal, Berk Cankat, Ceren Taşçı, Sergen Deveci, Ecrin Bolkar, Aslı İçözü, and Nurhan Özenen.
On the other hand, the team celebrated Duygu Asena’s birthday by cutting a cake on the set. Born on April 19, 1946, Duygu Asena passed away on July 30, 2006.
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