A combo image Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ playing the harmonica.
Gulf Today Report
Turkish heartthrob Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ surprised his fans by playing the harmonica inbetween his breaks during a television project.
The actor took a break for lunch in his project and played the harmonica, staring a social media storm among his fans who did not know that he could play the instrument so well.
The 37-year-old actor posted the video clip on his Instagram account.
The musical clip immediately went viral.
Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ played the music from the 1995 movie “Braveheart.”
Kıvanç is known for his roles in Turkish series “Brave and Beautiful,” Çarpışma (Crash), æKurt Seyit ve Şura,” and “Forbidden Love.”
Kıvanç is married to Başak Dizer.
The couple are very active on social media and share their love and happy marriage on Instagram.
Başak is a prominent stylist and runs her own fashion line.
According to Turkish media, Başak said, “Being visible with my husband was not my choice. It developed that way, it is not something I have at hand. Since I was in the same sector before I got married, I didn't have a very quiet social life due to my job. Of course, this circle expanded with the marriage.”
Başak shared a message for young couples, “The most important building block of marriage is respect and understanding.”
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