Who was bothered by Yüsra Geyik in the TV series "Camdaki Kız" and slipped her foot?
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1 October 2022 12:36

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Who was bothered by Yüsra Geyik in the TV series “Camdaki Kız” and slipped her foot?

Yüsra Geyik took her place with the character of Melisa in the TV series “Camdaki Kız”. It was a very important test for the actress. Because many of her fans, who knew her from Arka Sokaklar, have been waiting for her to take part in a new role for a long time.

Yüsra Geyik, who took another important step in her career by taking part in one of the most ambitious TV series of the season, such as Camdaki Kız, was also highlighted in the story. However, it turned out that some names in the series were disturbed by the young actress’s prominence. The owner of the allegation is journalist Birsen Altuntaş.

If this claim, which is stated that some names are uncomfortable with Yüsra Geyik because she is prominent, if it is true, it turns out that a great injustice has been done to Yüsra Geyik.

The young actress, who surprised her fans with her decision to leave Arka Sokaklar, in which she appeared for 15 seasons, was also very successful in the role of Melisa. The excitement and mysterious atmosphere that the character added to the series also caused Yüsra Geyik to come to the fore. However, the fact that the screenwriters focused too much on the character disturbed some people on the set. So who was offended? Who caused the dislocation of a young player?

In the backstage information from the set, the names of the actors who caused this situation are not clear. However, it is a fact that what has been done is not very pleasant and it also harms the Camdaki Kız series.

It is also stated in the claim that this discomfort comes from the leading actors. Important names such as Burcu Biricik, Feyyaz Şerifoğlu, Nur Sürer, Selma Ergeç, Enis Arıkan, Cihangir Ceyhan, Şerif Erol, Hande Ataizi, Tamer Levent, Devrim Yakut, Engin Şenkan are in the cast of the series.

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