Who will be Çağatay Ulusoy's partner?
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30 November 2022 03:36

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Who will be Çağatay Ulusoy’s partner?

Çağatay Ulusoy, one of Turkey’s most admired male actors, is getting ready to come to the screen with his new series Süslü Korkuluk very soon. While the preparations for the series continue at full speed, it is very curious who will be the female partner of Çağatay Ulusoy. The audience showers the producers with tweets for the actresses they want to see next to Ulusoy.

Handsome actor Çağatay Ulusoy has been in talks for a long time for his new project. When he didn’t like the script of the TV series Yalı Çapkını, whom he had been seeing for a while, the talented actor chose Süslü Korkuluk as his new project.

The series, which will be produced by OGM Pictures, will be broadcast on TV8. With Çağatay Ulusoy’s acceptance of the lead role, the work on the new series gained momentum. Now the producers are looking for an actress to be Ulusoy’s partner.

While this search continues, Çağatay Ulusoy’s fans are sharing social media about the female actors they want to see next to the handsome actor. There are four names in the middle: Hazal Kaya, Bensu Soral and Ayça Ayşin Turan.

Çağatay Ulusoy had previously acted in the same series with Hazal Kaya and Bensu Soral. Ulusoy became a partner with Hazal Kaya in the TV series Benim Adım Feriha, and with Bensu Soral in the TV series İçerde. Ayça Ayşin Turan also shared the lead role with Ulusoy in the TV series The Protector, which was shot for Netflix.

As the partners of Çağatay Ulusoy, the audience is making high demands on these three names. Negotiations for the female lead actress continue at full speed.

The shooting of the first promotional film for the series, which is expected to be screened in January, has also started. It is stated that the first promotion of the series, in which the successful director Cem Karcı will sit in the director’s chair, will be on the screen very soon.

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