The protagonist of Feriha, Hazal Kaya, went with her husband Ali Atay to the film competition in Adana (Turkey).

A very pregnant Hazal Kaya, who is only a month away from becoming a mother for the first time, went as beautiful as usual to the red carpet of the Adana Film Festival, known in English as The Golden Boll. She was at all times accompanied by her husband and father of her future baby, actor, musician and director Ali Atay, whom she married on February 6.

During these months of pregnancy in which the sweet Feriha that  has been away from television, Kaya has not stopped making social life and so we have been able to see her, each time with a more incipient belly, in various public events, such as when she opened the Commun clothing store, by the stylist Rutkay Özis, the favorite of many of the Turkish actresses. Also this summer she has shared a photo on her social networks in bikini and profile to show her pregnancy well.

The couple enjoyed the night and later took the opportunity to take some selfies photographs and also with other guests. With the award-winning Alican Yücesoy, the beautiful maternity was photographed very funny and complicit.

Now Hazal, whose last job was a few months ago when she had already announced her pregnancy, in the series Bizim Hikaye (Our story), is devoted to taking care of herself and waiting for the arrival of her baby, which will take place next month according to forecasts. The couple announced the name of their son at 5 months of pregnancy, Fikret Ali.

An important festival in Turkey
The 26th edition of the Adana Film Festival (an important city in southern Turkey), formerly known as Altın Koza International Film Festival (in English: The Golden Boll), took place at the Congress Center of the University of Çukurova with the participation of approximately 2,000 guests.

This event was organized for the first time in 1969 and as of 2006, its scope was extended to an international dimension in the framework of cinema in the countries of the Mediterranean basin. It includes national feature films along with international themes (since 2006) and student films by young Mediterranean filmmakers (from 2008 onwards).

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