Cennet episode 23

With original title Cennet’in Gözyaslari, Cennet was abandoned as a baby, and has struggled bravely through life, desperate for the motherly love she has missed out on. Brought up by her grandmother, Cennet has little in her life apart from her best friend. However, an accident breaks them apart and he vanishes from her life. Years later, despite her poor background, Cennet has worked hard to become the top student in her architecture class. Following their graduation, her schoolmate Melisa’s mother offers her a dream job at her successful firm. There she meets Selim, and as they are drawn to each other he starts remembering Cennet – as the childhood friend that he had long since forgotten. Cennet episode 23 english subtitles. Their relationship isn’t welcomed by Melisa’s mother who plans for her daughter to marry Selim. Cennet episode 23 english subtitles. When she discovers a birthmark on Cennet’s neck, identical to that of the baby she abandoned over 20 years ago, she starts to believe that Cennet’s appearance is no coincidence – and reacts not with maternal affection, but a plan to get rid of her from her life. Cennet episode 23 english subtitles.

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  • Viscera4ever

    Is Arzu an idiot? Why are you provoking responses in someone whose responses you’re afraid of? And did you honestly think you could kill someone so easily with a DINNER KNIFE?
    I get that Cennet is supposed to be noble and pure of heart and all, but she’s actually just incredibly gullible and unrealistic. Her repeated interactions with Arzu are just self-harm; and her refusal to imprison a crazy woman who tried to BURN HER ALIVE is nothing short of idiocy. Melissa was actually dangerous. To let someone like that roam around without consequence is actually absurd.
    The person who’s noble and righteous is Selim. He tells Cennet everything even if he thinks it will offend her, and he always wants to do the right thing, even when it’s inconvenient for him. He also has real reactions: we see that in way he first rejected his parents when he found out the truth and then learned to understand them, as well as his anger and subsequent forgiveness of Cennet for what he perceived as a betrayal.