The famous comedian Doğu Demirkol attracts attention with his new film project ‘Life Coach.’ As a guest on Hürriyet’s popular program ‘Hakan Gence ile Sıkı Muhabbet,’ Demirkol shared interesting details about his career and the film.
Addressing the criticisms he received in the early stages of his career, Demirkol stated, “At first, they said, ‘You’re telling it too straightforward, don’t soften your voice, no impersonations. This won’t resonate with the public.’ But I saw that it did have a resonance.” Despite the criticisms, the artist, who did not deviate from his style, expressed that he won the audience’s appreciation with this approach.
Describing the process of joining the cast of Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s ‘The Wild Pear Tree,’ Demirkol shared an interesting detail: “I had never watched any of Nuri Bilge’s films. When I was called for a meeting, I decided to watch one. I found ‘Distant.’ It wasn’t as boring as I had in my mind.” Regarding the absence of Nuri Bilge Ceylan and Zeki Demirkubuz, whom he invited to the film gala, he humorously commented, “I thought one of them wouldn’t come, and neither of them did.”
Answering Hakan Gence’s questions with a humorous tone, Demirkol confessed, “The thing I can’t stop doing once I start is stalking,” guaranteeing laughter for the audience.
Demirkol’s interview is available every Friday at 14:00 on Hürriyet’s YouTube channel as part of the ‘Hakan Gence ile Sıkı Muhabbet’ program. The film ‘Life Coach’ has already taken its place among the eagerly anticipated productions.
To learn all about this enjoyable conversation and Doğu Demirkol’s interesting anecdotes, you can visit Hürriyet’s YouTube channel.