Can Yaman announces it this way, the Turkish actor leaves Italy for...

Can Yaman announces it this way, the Turkish actor leaves Italy for...

The actor loved by hordes of fans who can't wait to see him in Viola come il Mare and in the remake of Sandokan, a sex symbol with a unique charm, but also a great supporter of humanitarian causes, Can Yaman announced a few hours ago on Instagram that he is about to leave Italy for a very important reason. Yaman, in fact, will be a guest at the Monte-Carlo Film Festival de la Comédie, where he will collect an important award for his commitment to social issues.

Can Yaman awarded at the Monte Carlo Film Festival de la Comédie

It's a golden moment for Can Yaman who, after having played Can Divit in Daydreamer, making all the Canale5 viewers lose their heads, has decided to move to Italy and give a turn to his career, supported by the likes of Ferzan Ozpetek, who sees in the actor a pure talent, ready to blossom in the most beautiful way possible. While on the personal and private field Can has decided to take a break from relationships, after the sudden break up with Diletta Leotta that seems to be ready to drag in front of the altar, on the working level the Turkish star has projects on the pipeline that could lead him to the Olympus of success.

Between Viola come il Mare, whose filming has officially ended after gossip about a probable flirtation between Can and the beautiful Francesca Chillemi, and the remake of Sandokan, which does not yet have a precise production date, Yaman is very busy but always finds the time to help others, moved by his good heart. Can, in fact, is very active in social work and because of his commitment has been invited to the Monte-Carlo Film Festival de la Comédie, which will be held at the end of April in the Principality of Monaco.

To make the announcement was Can himself, through a post on Instagram, which reveals that the actor will leave Italy to receive an award for his humanitarian contribution as the creation of the association Can Yaman for children.






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