CAN YAMAN, FROM THE SET COMES A SWEET DEDICATION FOR FRANCESCA CHILLEMI: THE ACTRESS'S REPLY (PHOTO)

CAN YAMAN, FROM THE SET COMES A SWEET DEDICATION FOR FRANCESCA CHILLEMI: THE ACTRESS'S REPLY (PHOTO)

THE WAIT IS ABOUT TO END: CAN YAMAN AND FRANCESCA CHILLEMI SHARE A PHOTO TAKEN DURING THE NEW FICTION WITH THEIR FANS

The wait is about to end, the two beloved actors, Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi in April will arrive in prime time. For several months they have been working on their new film project, which will land on Canale 5 at the end of April. The fiction "Viola come il mare" stars Francesca Chillemi in the role of Viola, a television journalist affected by chromo-musical synesthesia, while Can Yaman, will be Francesco, the heroic policeman. The TV series is inspired by a novel by Simona Stanzini entitled "Conosci l'estate?", millions of fans anxiously await the arrival of the weekly appointments to enjoy the new Mediaset fiction.

BETWEEN DEDICATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHS DIRECTLY FROM THE SET: CAN AND FRANCESCA ARE READY TO AMAZE...

In recent weeks, the Turkish actor and model has embellished his Instagram profile with unpublished shots taken during the filming of the new adventure. Yaman making as always participate in its fans exclusively shared some images extracted from some powerful scenes that will be broadcast on Canale 5.


The new fiction was in fact shot in different areas of Italy including mainly in Sicily. Can today on his Instagram profile surprised fans by posting two sweet shots in the company of Francesca Chillemi, adding a sweet dedication as a caption. The actor writes: "Purple like the sea, but beautiful like the sun."



Chillemi shared the actor's sweet post on her Instagram stories, commenting: "It's nice when you create a synergy when you meet special people when going to work is pure fun and the crew becomes one big family! It's almost time #violacomeilmare".

Both over the years have managed to create a brilliant career interpreting numerous characters and the new television adventure that has united them in a single set, "Viola come il mare" will leave the audience with bated breath.

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