Mos më Braktis – Epizoda 64
Bora and Emre’s fight continues to grow. Bora and Emre fight to prove Zeynep’s innocence at the cost of their lives and to be a hero in Zeynep’s eyes. Sadik, Bora’s man, sees that Emre hurt Bora. Emre has put Bora in the fight, but Sadık fires his gun to save Bora.
The bullet from. Sadık’s gun finds not Emre but an unexpected person. Everyone is in great shock. I think the person who! was shot was. Zeynep, who was the main, reason for the fight.
I feel that with. Zeynep’s shooting, Emre and. Bora will be shot in the cerebrum. Zeynep’s physical issue alarms everybody; Presently every one of the equilibriums of Emre Bora and Zeynep’s triangle will change. Albeit the battle among Emre and Bora closes with Zeynep’s shooting, presently the battle among Tarık and Mehmet will start.
Tarık suspects that Sıla is remaining at Mehmet’s home, not at the residence. Tarik blows up about this present circumstance. What is his better half Sıla doing in this man’s home? While Tarık requests that Sıla account, Mehmet mediates and a major battle breaks out among Mehmet and Tarık. Sıla gives her all to isolate Tarık and Mehmet, and eventually, Tarık and Mehmet leave with Sıla crying. Tarık removes his better half Sıla from Mehmet’s home.
Sıla does not want to go with Tarık. Because he had promised Meltem before that he would stay away from Tarık. Most importantly, he must stay away from Tarık for his happiness. Even though it is difficult, Sıla leaves Tarık’s hand and says leave me alone. Sıla tells Tarık that she wants to be free now. Most importantly, she says she doesn’t want Sıla Tarık in her life. Tarık is deeply, shaken by what he hears.
Meltem, on the other hand, will take advantage of Tarık’s weak moment. Meltem does not leave Tarık alone for a moment in this difficult moment. Tarık finally leaves Sıla at Mehmet’s house and leaves. When Tarık comes out, Sıla starts to cry and confesses to Mehmet that she is madly in love with Tarık. Mehmet is deeply, shaken by what he hears. The girl he loves is crying for another man on his shoulder.