Filinta Mustafa Episode 11 In Urdu Subtitle by Madnitv
Filinta Mustafa Episode 11 In Urdu Subtitle Take a look around and look after the place. I’m hoping we can figure out what’s lacking together. There are no flaws or gaps in the soup kitchen. However, if you want to keep up with the rest of the world, you have a spot above your head. It is vital to compete in such charitable endeavors. Let’s go, Bala Hatun; Malhun will be ready when the time comes.
Soundly. Lets. Come on, please, in peace.
We did a good job, mashallah. I’ve never seen such a sizable dowry before. To you, it’s all the same. So, Zoyi, shouldn’t we go with you to the Kay tribe and get a brave one for Alaca? The hat is lovely. Subtitles in Urdu for Filinta Mustafa Episode 11 Malhun chick, has Big Umur remained gallant in the brains’ camp? Okay, Pisces, don’t get angry straight now. Let’s see how many more boxes are opened and placed in the room.
You’ll be done before it gets dark. Storm.
Sir. Wait for the Mongols to flee. Sir, I’m at your command. Cover the trunks with the red covers. What are these, and what do you do with them? The tent’s carpets and covers are changed. Really? Who did you inquire about? Malhun lady was asked to mention Gonca lady. Come on, babe, take a look at yourself! Do you have any idea who the lady in this tent is? Isn’t it true that I’m the coolest person in the room?
You are, without a doubt.
However, they carry out my orders. Come and help if you want to, but don’t be a hindrance if you don’t. Ladies, don’t be a slacker. Is there anything you’d like to say, honey? So there you have it. We’ve been assaulted! The battle order! Subtitles in Urdu for Filinta Mustafa Episode 11 Obtain the battle orders! Dimitri, please. Come. Now… Enough. Kill me if you’re going to kill me.
I’ll recommend Nikola to you.
Now tell Nikola that he will perish at my hands even if he hides behind the Mongol. Now is the time to leave. My lord is on his way. We kept the gold from falling into the kuffar’s nefarious hands. Now is the time to put it to good use. Come on, mountains! We’re back at the oba. Come on, mountains. Come on, mountains! Honey! What’s the rush, Gonca? My dear Bala,