The audience's wish has finally come true in Yargı! That scene, which was broadcast on the Internet, caught fire!
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9 December 2022 12:35

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The audience’s wish has finally come true in Yargı! That scene, which was broadcast on the Internet, caught fire!

The 17th episode of the TV series Yargı, which created an event with every episode, ended with a striking scene. The very short cut of this scene, which finally brought Ceylin and Ilgaz closer together, left the excitement of the audience in its throes. Finally, an online version of the scene was shared.

In the 17th episode of the TV series, Yargı, starring Pınar Deniz and Kaan Urgancıoğlu, on Sunday evening, Engin’s murderer was one step closer. While the investigation about the murder was going on at full speed, the last episode of the series was marked by the rapprochement of Ceylin and Ilgaz.

In the last scene of the last episode, Ceylin pushed Ilgaz, who was angry, to the chair, and then the couple started kissing passionately. However, due to RTÜK, of course, this scene was cut short and the episode ended.

This scene, which was very short, left the enthusiasm of the audience waiting for Ceylin and Ilgaz to kiss for months. After the 17th episode, the audience showered the production company with requests on social media. Viewers wanted to see a longer version of this scene exclusive to the web.

Ay Yapım fulfilled this request of the audience and shared a slightly longer version of the scene special to the internet. The viewers were also happy that their wishes were met. Here is that scene…

In the 17th episode of The Yargı, the screenwriter again turned the corner and directed the arrows for Engin’s murderer to an unexpected person. As a result of the investigations made at the crime scene and the evidence, Commissioner Eren decided that the murderer was a long-haired man. This situation caused all eyes to turn to the policeman Niyazi, the only long-haired male character in the series.

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