CAN YAMAN, UNPUBLISHED CONFESSION FROM BACKSTAGE OF VIOLA COME IL MARE: "IT WAS THE FIRST..."

CAN YAMAN, UNPUBLISHED CONFESSION FROM BACKSTAGE OF VIOLA COME IL MARE: "IT WAS THE FIRST..."

Can Yaman's social absconding has been broken after a couple of days of impenetrable silence. The Turkish actor shared among IG Stories a video directly from backstage of the highly anticipated Viola come il Mare, which will be aired on Canale 5 in prime time from September 30. In the clip, Can tells how he learned Italian and shares his great excitement about the end of filming his latest professional endeavor.

The debut of the TV drama Viola Come il Mare is getting closer and closer, and fans of the 32-year-old sex symbol are no longer looking forward to it. Starring alongside Yaman is former Miss Italy Francesca Chillemi, beloved face of the successful Rai fiction Che Dio ci aiuti. With Viola come il Mare, Mediaset is preparing for a blockbuster and is not afraid of comparisons, to the point of having placed the programming on Fridays in prime time.

The rivals that Commissioner Francesco Demir and journalist Viola Vitale will challenge in auditel hits will be, on Rai 1, the brand new edition of Tale e Quale Show. On Rete 4, the tussle will be with another showstopper: Quarto Grado, hosted by the stainless Gianluigi Nuzzi. Who will manage to keep viewers glued to the screen?

Can Yaman confesses, "Viola Come il Mare for me is..."

In footage from backstage of Viola come il Mare, Can Yaman recalled when he first learned Italian. I learned Italian in high school. I did five years of study and then I graduated in Law. After that I was a lawyer for a while, however, then I started to be an actor.To have shot his first series entirely in Italian is a feat that fills Can with great pride and excitement. The actor revealed how his work on the set played out in this regard:

Viola come il mare was the first series I did abroad. For me this series is a very important beginning. It is a turning point, a challenge. Before we started shooting this series we had lessons with Francesca Lisi, linguistic tongue twisters and all these trainings in Italian to adjust my pronunciation a little bit and improve it. Now that we are about to finish this series all in Italian, for me you can say it's a pride.




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