Dastak Mere Dil Pe | Season 1 | Episode 40

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 know the cast and characters.

Dastak Mere Dil Pe Episode 40 Written Review & Update



Engin finds out that Ceren is rich, and he loses his temper. Despite Ceren’s repeated apologies, he leaves.

Ferit discusses the prospective partners. They have apprehensions about a past accident-something about a cottage’s wall falling. And that’s how Eda’s parents had died. So, in short, Ertikan is responsible for Eda’s parents’s death. Ouch!

Ertikan still asks Ferit to hide this from Serkan. But he confides in Eyden. The project was outsourced to some other contractor. But he still feels guilty. This is going to be a huge conflict in Eda’s love story, for sure.

The girls argue over the contract. But then they hug each other and sort things. Later, the women and Erdem enjoy a nice meal.


Eda meets Selin and tells her that Serkan loves her and would never tell her because of his ego.


Serkan is still not over Eda. He asks Eyden if Eda has asked about him. He calls Eda to talk to her one last time.

Serkan: don’t make me say goodbye.


Serkan comes to Eda’s house and watches her as she bids goodbye to her friends and family. Instead of going after her, he calls Selin.

And then he follows Eda like a crazy man.

His confession is just so heartfelt. I loved it.

And this is just the beginning.


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