Famous Actress Deniz Çakır came to the screen with the TV series Vurgun and Masumieyt, after taking a role in the TV series Eşkıya Dünyaya Hükümdar Olmaz for a long time. However, his last two dramas ended early due to low ratings. After Masumiyet, which made its finale with its 13th episode in May 2021, there was no actress on the screens.
Her fans can’t wait to see her on TV again. But there is no project accepted so far. During this time, he took a role in the TV series called Aslında Özgürsün (Actually You’re Free), which was shot for the digital platform Gain. The series, adapted from the book of the same name by the famous writer Duygu Asena, who passed away in 2006, has a different meaning for Deniz Çakır.
Deniz Çakır, who plays the leading role with Bade İşil in the series, gives life to a woman we are not strangers to in today’s world with the character of Berna she plays. Çakır states that she read Duygu Asena, who is still remembered as a women’s rights defender, whose thoughts are spoken and whose books attract attention, in her youth, and she was influenced by her ideas.
Expressing that her mother also read the articles of the famous writer published in magazines while she was alive, and that she was very impressed by these articles, the actress said, “There are serials for Kadınca magazines. With a bit of a mother-daughter relationship, my mom used to buy those magazines too. Maybe I wouldn’t have followed all of Duygu’s articles over the magazine. But I would know hed position in that magazine, I would read her books,” she said.
Expressing that she was influenced by Duygu Asena’s ideas, the actress seems to be a little emotionally involved in being in the TV series Aslında Özgürsün. The actress also explains that she had the opportunity to examine Duygu Asena more closely with her role in the series, which was adapted from the book of the famous writer who had a great influence on her.
The actress, who still accepts that Asena still has a place and influence in the world of thought, said, “I think Duygu has a share in today’s Deniz. It’s hard to say because of that. But if I’m still thinking about many things I read at that age, it got me excited at the time when his first tendencies started.”
Deniz Çakır added that she would have been very upset if Duygu Asena had lived and had seen the current situation in society and the point reached regarding women.