Actress Damla Sönmez, known for her role as Dilruba in the TV series Aziz, has expressed her happiness and gratitude for being part of the enlightening production Maviye Sürgün (The Blue Exile).
Tilya Damla Sönmez.
Returning to the small screen after her previous project, Sönmez believes this 26-episode series has significantly contributed to her personal and professional growth.
She describes the experience as enjoyable and an opportunity for exploration, stating:
“I am truly delighted. As an actress, I constantly strive to try new things and learn from them. Bülent Şakrak, my co-star, is an endless source of laughter and never fails to entertain.”
“This past year has been filled with unforgettable moments and valuable life lessons. I genuinely hope that the viewers will also enjoy watching ‘Maviye Exile’ and that our story resonates with them.”
Likewise, the Maviye Sürgün (The Blue Exile) series holds great significance for Caner Cindoruk, who believes that the seven months of filming in Marmaris’s Selimiye neighborhood will bring new life into the television landscape.
Cindoruk expresses his confidence in the production, stating:
“We have accomplished something remarkable. This can be a refreshing format that injects new energy into television.”
Cindoruk also mentions the enjoyable yet challenging moments shared with Damla Sönmez and Serkan Altunorak, his co-stars in the series, saying:
“When the three of us come together on set, it can be quite a dynamic and vibrant experience. We bring out the best in each other, especially in the bustling and crowded scenes. It has become ingrained in us.”
Serkan Altunorak, another lead actor in Maviye Sürgün (The Blue Exile), highlights each episode’s eventful nature and the delightful moments that arise when the main characters interact.
Despite the challenges faced during filming, Altunorak underscores the power of the story and the distinctive role played by the series’ setting, stating:
“Although the story was originally written for Istanbul, being in Selimiye has given it a unique character. Geographically, it is an incredibly fascinating place. The story and the characters have become intertwined with its essence.”
For Damla Sönmez, Caner Cindoruk, and Serkan Altunorak, Maviye Sürgün (The Blue Exile) has been a personal growth, joy, and collaboration journey.
As they share their enthusiasm for the series, it is clear that their commitment to exploring new territories in their profession has paid off.
With engaging storylines, vibrant interactions, and a captivating setting, “Maviye Exile” promises to leave a lasting impact on both the actors and the viewers alike.