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Payitaht: Sultan Abdülhamid EPISODE 26 Season 02 with Urdu Dubbing by GiveMe5

Payitaht: Sultan Abdülhamid EPISODE 26 Season 02 with Urdu Dubbing by GiveMe5 The episode begins with Hunkar's meeting with the French ambassador, where he questions the French involvement in Egypt and their intentions to seize control of the Suez Canal. Meanwhile, Ahmed Pasha, the new commander of the army, starts his mission to capture the Armenian rebels who have been causing chaos in the city.

Back in the palace, Prince Sabahaddin and Bidar Sultan share a moment of intimacy where she expresses her love for him. However, the Prince's true intentions become clear when he later meets with the British ambassador and promises to help them gain control of the Ottoman Empire.

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As the army moves closer to the rebels' hideout, the Armenians decide to surrender, but not without causing more trouble. In the process, Ahmed Pasha is shot and severely injured. Meanwhile, Karasu, the spy, manages to find the location of the British ambassador's meeting with the Prince and informs Hunkar.

In the palace, Bidar Sultan's jealousy towards the Prince's other love interests becomes apparent, and she confronts him about it. However, he assures her that she is the only one he truly loves

The rebels are brought to trial, and Hunkar questions them about their intentions and the foreign powers supporting them. The trial takes a dramatic turn when one of the rebels reveals that he was promised support by the French ambassador himself.

In the final scenes of the episode, Hunkar confronts the French ambassador about his involvement in the rebels' uprising and warns him about the consequences of betraying the Ottoman Empire. The episode ends with Ahmed Pasha recovering from his injuries and Hunkar contemplating the precarious state of the Ottoman Empire.Overall, Season 2, Episode 26 of Payitaht Sultan Abdulhamid highlights the complex political relationships and power struggles within the Ottoman Empire. It also touches on themes of love, jealousy, and betrayal. The episode sets up several plotlines that will undoubtedly be explored further in future episodes

The show also explores the personal lives of some of the characters, including the Sultan's family members and his closest advisors. We see their relationships and struggles play out against the backdrop of the political and social turmoil of the era.

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