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Çarpışma series which is remembered with its unforgettable staff, will be published in a new country!

The series called Çarpışma (Clash), shot by Ay Yapım in 2018, is among the unforgettable series with its giant cast. Çarpışma, which did not last long in Turkey despite its stunning cast, will soon be released in a new country.

Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ and Elçin Sangu fans were very excited when the Çarpışma series was broadcast on the Show TV screen four years ago. In the series, the duo was accompanied by three more important names such as Onur Saylak, Melisa Aslı Pamuk and Alperen Duymaz. The action, drama and detective series signed by Ay Yapım said goodbye to the screens with its 24th episode published on 30 May 2019.

The life of the Çarpışma series did not last long despite the ambitious cast. However, it was never erased from memory. This serial was also the last serial in which Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ appeared on the national channel.

This unforgettable series is now preparing to air in a South American country. The people of Argentina, one of the largest countries in the continent, will soon start watching the Çarpışma series. Latin Americans, who are well known for their interest in Turkish TV series, are expected to show great interest in Çarpışma.

The subject of the Çarpışma series directed by Uluç Bayraktar, one of Turkey’s most successful names, was as follows:

Kadir Adalı lost his wife and daughter in a terrorist act. He feels great guilt about what happened and he is in a lot of pain. He decides to commit suicide. Kadir, who wants to end his life with a car accident, will unwittingly change the whole course of his life with this accident.

Four cars are involved in the accident where Kadir is planning to die. Four cars, four lives, four people. Kadir, Zeynep, Kerem and Cemre. After this accident, fate will never separate them from each other again. As Kadir said: “It was not us that collided, it was our destinies!”

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