Berk: What do you think is the definition of the concept of unity?
N: I think understanding that knowing that everything is from a core is called “unity".
B: Is there a question you can't find the answer to?
N: There is no question that I cannot find the answer to, but there are questions I am curious about. Although I don't know the answers right now, I know that I will find out when the time comes.
Merve: Hello, welcome. One day, when you look in the mirror, if your soul and your pupils contact, and your body and soul meet clearly, what would you say to it?
N: Every time I look in the mirror, they encounter each other, and the words do not matter when they do. There is no need for words at that moment of encounter.
M: What is your next confrontation is going to be?
N: I really want to do the Hadsiz Project properly. Right now, I want to enable the Hadsiz Project to work in more fields and reach more people.
Aytek: You have been on sets since your childhood. What were the most challenging situations for you while working?
N: While we all work, from time to time, we may encounter situations that we are not satisfied with, that we do not like. We may encounter people who do not believe each other and prefer not to support each other. In the environments we work, there are people who do not want to greet each other or ask how they are doing. Even though encountering such situations makes me sad, I do not remain indifferent to these situations and every time I think to myself "what can we do?” about it. I do not judge or criticize. But I strive to show how civilized our coming together is and how important it is to establish healthy relationships in the environment we work in.