Russian stuntman for Turkish actor Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet
A stuntman who resembles Tatlıtuğ has been brought in from Russia to play some of Tatlıtuğ’s scenes. Hürriyet photoTurkish actor Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ, who is currently appearing in a TV series titled “Kurt Seyt & Shura” (Wolf Seyt and Shura) recently fell from the horse and broke four of his ribs, according to daily Hürriyet’s supplement Kelebek. For this reason, a stuntman who resembles Tatlıtuğ has been brought in from Russia to play some of Tatlıtuğ’s scenes.
The series is being shot in Kartep in the northwestern province of Kocaeli. Tatlıtuğ acts as an officer working for the Russian army, but because of his injuries he won’t be able to play in the scenes on the horse. To ease his pains, a nurse is regularly coming to his hotel to give injections.
Hürriyet reported that the “Kurt Seyt & Shura” crew put great efforts into preventing photos from being taken on set.
“Kurt Seyt & Shura” has been adapted from Nermin Bezmen’s novel of the same name.