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13 August 2022 03:13

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Tuba Büyüküstün’s beauty was evident from her infancy!

Today is the birthday of Tuba Büyüküstün, one of the most beloved names in the world of Turkish cinema and TV series. The successful actress took the first place on the Twitter agenda from the morning due to her birthday. A very special celebration greeting prepared by a fan shows how beautiful Tuba Büyüküstün has been since she was a baby.

The beautiful actress Tuba Büyüküstün turned 40 today. Tuba Büyüküstün, who has come a long way in our lives since the TV series Sultan Makamı, which she stepped into in 2003 and succeeded in extending her fame beyond the borders of Turkey, became the first item on the agenda on Twitter on her birthday. Fans from all over the world celebrated Tuba Büyüküstün’s birthday with the messages they shared.

The video prepared and shared by a fan was very meaningful. In this post, her fan turned Tuba Büyüküstün’s photos into a video since she was a baby. The photos in the video reveal how beautiful Tuba Büyüküstün has been since she was a baby.

Tuba Büyüküstün, who started her acting career with the Sultan Makamı and attracted attention with her character Zarife in the TV series Çemberimde Gül Oya, has signed many successful TV series such as Ihlamurlar Altında, Asi, Kara Para Aşk, Cesur ve Güzel.

The successful actress is now counting the days for her new series Zeytin Ağacı (Olive Tree) to come to the screen. The Zeytin Ağacı series, which was shot in Ayvalık last summer, will be broadcast on Netflix on July 28. Thus, Büyüküstün will finally meet her fans after the series Sefirin Kızı.

The plot of the eight-episode series is as follows: Ada, Sevgi and Leyla’s friendships that started at university have turned into a friendship that gives them strength even in their most difficult times over the years. However, the strong bond between these three women gives Sevgi her biggest test after she is diagnosed with cancer.

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