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Vildan Cirpan: GZSZ star appalled by the discriminatory behavior of the police

Vildan Cirpan
“Disadvantaged and discriminated”: GZSZ-Nazan tells of an experience with the police

Vildan Cirpan

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Current GZSZ news in the GALA ticker: Vildan Cirpan is annoyed by the discriminatory behavior of the police.

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  • The first episode of “Good Times, Bad Times” (GZSZ) was broadcast on May 11, 1992.
  • Filming for GZSZ began on March 16, 1992, initially in the Berlin Union Film Studios in Berlin-Tempelhof.
  • In 1995 the GZSZ crew moved to Potsdam, where filming has been taking place in Babelsberg ever since.
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23. November 2021

Vildan Cirpan is annoyed by the discriminatory behavior of the police

Usually Vildan Cirpan, 30, inspires her fans on Instagram with all kinds of sexy photos, contrary to her strongly Muslim GZSZ role Nazan Akinci. But now, for once, the actress used her account to vent her anger. Vildan is pissed off and appalled by the way a policewoman behaved towards the other driver in a traffic accident in which she was involved. Fortunately, nobody was injured in the accident.

As Vildan told RTL in her Instagram story, the person who caused the accident spoke “very broken to almost no German”. The policewoman is said to have been “really annoyed” because of this. “He just wanted to explain what was going on, but couldn’t because he simply didn’t have the words. Only after I made it clear that he just couldn’t speak German and she noticed our attitude towards it did she adjust her tone,” said Vildan the events from their point of view.

The fact that the person who caused the accident then had to do an alcohol test also went too far for the 30-year-old. The whole situation was “bad enough anyway” for him. Vildan is shocked by what he has experienced and expresses this feeling: “I don’t understand it and it makes me deeply sad to see that people are so disadvantaged and discriminated against because of their language. I vomit with so much injustice in this country ! “

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