Turkish actress starring in Iranian box-office smash 'Motreb' requests public in several languages to stay at home due to the Corona pandemic.
The Turkish actor Ayşegül Coşkun releases a video online making a request from the public not to leave their homes during the pandemic across the world.
She also said her request in the Persian language among other languages and this comes as the actress has recently appeared in Iranian movie 'Motreb' talking in Persian as well.
Directed by Mostafa Kiaee, ‘Motreb’ finished the shooting stage in the Turkish city of Istanbul about eight months ago.
The social-comedy co-stars Parviz Parastouee, Elnaz Shakerdoust, Mohsen Kiaee, Hossein Omidi, Amin Moqaddam, and Mehran Ahmadi as well as a number of Turkish actors.
“They don’t accept us and call us just a live performer,” a synopsis for the film reads. The flick is about an Iranian family that arrives in the Turkish city of Istanbul.
‘Motreb’ is written and produced by Mostafa Kiaee.