Dastak Mere Dil Pe | Season 1 | Episode 25

Before We Begin 

I have been meaning to watch Sen Çal Kapımı for almost a year. The problem is, I found a website which had listed all key events and the detailed article spoiled it for me. I mean, this drama goes through some pretty bizarre twists and turns. Besides, this drama has two seasons. It is never a good idea. I watched Emergency Pyar, and they could not maintain the contniuity of the two seasons.  All I’m saying is, I have my apprehensions about this dizi.

But then, last week, I saw a few Urdu dubbed episodes of the drama, and I thought–why not?

Alright, with the basics established, let get to the episode.

Dastak Mere Dil Pe Episode 25 Written Review & Update

Eda and Serkan arrive at the sight where Eda will be working as the landscape architect. He has mixed feelings about Eda, whether she would be able to do this job or not. Eda meets the woman that Serkan has hired, Shaziya. I like his smart move-He knows that Eda will leave after the contract, so he has put another talented landscape architect on the project who will not only mentor Eda, but also continue the work when Eda is gone. Smart boy!

We see a montage as Eda works with Shaziya. Afterwards, she asks Serkan if she did okay; Serkan has mixed feedback, as usual. I like that she is seeking feedback. She is new to this world, and it doesn’t hurt to take some inputs from others. Smart girl!

Much as expected, Kaan has copied the designs. He calls Engin to drop the bomb. Serkan flips out. He blames it on Eda (just as we expected), and asks her to explain the situation. Eda is as hurt as could be.

Eda: If you really think I did this, I will leave right now and never come back.
Serkan: Leave!

Really good acting by all.

Forget about Eda, others are equally shocked-Engin, Piril, Leyla, Erdem, Eyden and Seyfi. Later, Piril speaks in Eda’s support, and Serkan snaps at her, too; Piril leaves. Engin tells Serkan to think straight; he also leaves. We see a nice moment between Engin and Piril. These two are meant to be together.


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