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The Hayaller ve Hayatlar TV series set was like a strong example of women’s solidarity!

Famous actress Yeşim Ceren Bozoğlu is in the cast of the TV series Hayaller ve Hayatlar (meaning: Dreams and Lives), which is broadcast on the Bein Connect platform. The experienced actress, who played the character of Melike in the series, was born in Ankara in 1974.

Yeşim Ceren Bozoğlu, who has been on the career ladder with projects in which she played different roles since 1998, was also on the agenda for a period of time with her excess weight. The actress survived that period and now has the physique she desires… In this process, both the actress who had stomach surgery and stood firm and managed to overcome the difficulties in losing weight one by one.

The actress, who also presents her weight loss process to everyone’s attention with a site she opened on the Internet, aims to inspire women who have this problem. Despite the fact that women’s rights continue to be a major problem in our country, Yeşim Ceren Bozoğlu’s words instill hope.

The actress, who is very pleased with the project Hayaller ve Hayatlar, in which she starred with young and successful female actors such as Özge Gürel, Aybüke Pusat, Melisa Aslı Pamuk, said that they created a good friendship environment.

Yeşim Ceren Bozoğlu, who took part in the promotion of her co-star Melisa Aslı Pamuk’s advertising deal and praised her friend, also spoke important words about women’s rights.

It is understood from her words that the series Hayaller ve Hayatlar both benefited the actress and increased her motivation about the struggle of women. Yeşim Ceren Bozoğlu, who supported her friend by taking part in Melisa Aslı Pamuk’s special agreement and spoke about her with words of praise, displayed an example of this solidarity.

Yeşim Ceren Bozoğlu said that the symbol of women in Anatolian geography is the Phoenix. The actress continued her words as follows:

“The Phoenix is ​​a very important symbol in this geography. It is a symbol in the soul of the women of this geography. Because God, who does not kill us, strengthens us. What suffering is going on in these lands, despite this, we continue to make life better. I am very hopeful for the future, both for myself and for all the women in my country.”

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