Kerem Bürsin admits his family is not impressed with his fame and other confessions in his interview in Spain

Kerem Bürsin admits his family is not impressed with his fame and other confessions in his interview in Spain

We have succeeded. Kerem Bürsin has been delighted with his experience in Gran Canaria, in particular, and with all Spaniards, in general. The star of Love is in the air landed in our country on October 21 to participate in the Gran Canaria Swim Week by Moda Cálida and, not 72 hours later, he returned to Turkey delighted with his loyal fans and the promise to return. We don't know if he will do it with a professional project under his arm but, as he tells in his interview with Divinity, he has no shortage of reasons.

"The food is incredible and so are the people. As soon as I arrived at the airport, I realized that the people are fantastic," says the actor and adds that Spain has appeared several times in his future plans, "I have received very interesting offers from Spain. [With my production company] we have international plans in mind. One of them is that we have the rights to a book that is set between Spain and Turkey. We really want to do it, but we'll see."

The fans who have crowded at the doors of his hotel during the three days of his visit have had something to do with him leaving our country so happy. Spain, let's not forget, is one of the countries where the Love is in the air fever has hit the hardest and, among other things, the fandom was a fundamental part in making the final episode of the soap opera the most tweeted episode in history, surpassing Game of Thrones.

"It's great. I don't think any of us expected it to be so popular, but it's totally incredible. To see the amazing things people do, the gifts they give us, the donations - which is the most important thing for us, more than the gifts," assures Bürsin, "It's great to see that it doesn't matter if it's Turkish, Spanish or in any language, the good thing is to be able to make art that is universal."

Kerem Bürsin is one of the most popular Turkish stars abroad. The actor admits that his family is very happy about his success, but fame is not something they care about. He has lived his whole life moving from country to country and so that they would not believe that everyone was as privileged as they were, his mother encouraged them to get to know more unfair realities. That message has resonated deeply with him.

My family is my big support, but they don't think too much about this whole fame thing. Of course, they are happy and proud but what is really important to them is to be able to help the community, the people.... More than the whole fame thing, which is fine, they care about how I can give something back to the community.

That is why he is one of the strongest voices in Turkey when it comes to denouncing inequalities. In the interview he confesses that for him it is important to use fame as a loudspeaker to be able to raise awareness among other people so that they fight to create a better world.  "I don't think anyone has an obligation to do anything. We all see the world we live in. Whether you're an actor or a singer, any form of artist, anyone who has influence, I think it's important to speak out about the problems in the world. What happens is that a lot of people know it's not right but they don't say it. As individuals, we must use our voice to support and raise awareness of this inequality," says Bürsin.

The actor's visit to Spain has served to get to know a little better the person behind the character that has brought him to fame. In addition to this brief review of his family and values, he stated that he misses the family he formed during the filming of Love is in the air and, among other things, that one of his dreams is to travel to Antarctica.

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