Confessions of the famous actor Burak Sergen: let an artist come out and praise the health care system!

While statements by members of the art and magazine world about Turkey’s social and economic agenda always attract attention, the latest statement that will attract attention in this regard came from actor Burak Sergen, who afterwards began a role in Smile Kaderine series to take over Leaving the disloyal TV series.

Famous actor Burak Sergen used righteous expressions in his testimonies to the Sabah newspaper about a year after overcoming the disease.

“AGAINST EVERYTHING IS NO OPPOSITION”

The famous actor who made apt statements by saying that to criticize everything is not contrary used the following expressions;

In general, the artist is oppositional because he feeds on the opposition channel. But this contrast is not the contrast that we understand. It doesn’t mean “I’m against everything, I don’t recognize rules, I criticize everything because I’m an artist”.

Burak Sergen

“ARTISTS MUST TRANSMIT THE RIGHT MESSAGE”

Dissent does not arise from ignoring moral values, traditions and social values. The maker is not an artist anyway. Since there are also people who take the artist as their role model, it is important not to convey false messages. This is what I mean when I say that artists who are conscientious, moral, and true to their customs, traditions, and traditions should be considered role models. Artists need to convey the right message.

Burak Sergen

“JUST BECAUSE I WILL BE OPERATED”

Criticizing everything does not mean objecting. We should also appreciate the work well done. there is a word “Kill the brave, but do not eat his right” Saying. In other words, we shouldn’t be eligible just because I’ll be an opponent.

“OUR HEALTH SYSTEM IS GOOD”

Look, our healthcare system is fine. You can’t just ignore and criticize it.

Caught with CORONAVIRUS, he had a serious illness

Burak Sergen was hospitalized on April 11 last year after falling ill at home.

The actor, who contracted the coronavirus and was taken to intensive care, was intubated on April 22 when he was having trouble breathing.

Sergen, 60, who was also intubated, had a serious illness and was treated in intensive care for about a month.


SOURCE: SABAH NEWSPAPER

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