Comedian, actor and singer Garik Kharlamov in his Instagram, intrigued the audience with the announcement of the film about the Russian show business, which he appeared in the form of Edward Harsh. In the social network Kharlamov announced that soon viewers will see a documentary film of his hero Edward Stern, which is called “Tears of Brighton”.
As you know, the way Edward Harsh for Garik Kharlamov was created by “the Comedy club” in the distant 2008. This is a sort of bard of the psychopath who is on stage with a guitar singing songs, generously seasoned with swearing and offensive. In addition to Kharlamov in the film “Tears of Brighton” starred Max Fadeev, Ivan Urgant, Grigory Leps, Timati and other Russian artists. The film narrates about the birth of show business in Russia on behalf of Edward Harsh.
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As for the scandal Asmus, let’s recall that we are talking about her filming of the movie “Text,” where she was spotted in a revealing bed scene. Fans of the gossip that Kharlamov’s new film takes revenge on his wife for the bed scene. Although it was later revealed that Kristina Asmus in the controversial scene 18+ can use a special pad covering the intimate zone.
We will remind, naked wife Kharlamov Asmus challenged millions of Horny men.
Previously portal “Znayu” reported that the controversial Asmus won the heart of the famous Director.
Also, the portal “Znayu” wrote that Asmus described how her husband brings her to madness.
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