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Any idea ?
1.       insallah
1277 posts
 14 Oct 2010 Thu 09:48 pm

Does anyone know the web address for a turkish site where films, soaps etc etc can be watched for free. I used to have it saved on my computer but have lost them all. I know it begins with a D but can´t remember the full name and it´s  driving me mad

 

Many Thanks



Edited (10/14/2010) by insallah

2.       insallah
1277 posts
 14 Oct 2010 Thu 10:31 pm

No need anymore I got it

3.       TurkishBeauty
8 posts
 15 Oct 2010 Fri 12:46 am

I see you have found the site you were looking for but just to let you know there is a whole variety of these sites.

Such examples are...

diziport

diziizle

diziseyret

cinetr

            ...... Just google any of these... or just the words "dizi izle" which means "watch tv programmes"

 

Ceyda

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