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এই পোষ্টের কমেন্ট সেকশনে লেটেষ্ট আপডেটকৃত মুভিসমূহের ডাউনলোড লিংকের কালেকশন থাকবে। আপডেটের নিয়মিত নোটিফিকেশন পেতে পোষ্টটি ফলো করুন।
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♦ বিঃদ্রঃ দয়া করে এই পোষ্টে কোনো কমেন্ট করবেন না, কারণ কমেন্টে শুধুমাত্র ডাউনলোড লিংকের আপডেট থাকবে।
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♦ কালেকশনের লিঙ্ক ওপেন করে যে মুভির ডাউনলোড লিংকটি খুঁজছেন সেটি খুব সহজে বের করতে চাইলে Ctrl + F প্রেস করুন একসাথে। এরপরে সার্চ বক্সে আপনার কাঙ্ক্ষিত মুভির নামটি লিখুন।
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➔ লেটেস্ট আপডেট হওয়া সকল মুভির লিঙ্ক এই পোষ্টের কমেন্টে অ্যাড করা হবে। অতএব, নিজ উদ্যোগে কমেন্ট সেকশন থেকে খুঁজে নিন। যদি কোনো ডাউনলোড লিংক অকেজো হয়ে যায় তবে কমপ্লেইন না করে ডাউনলোড লিংকের জন্য রিক্যুয়েষ্ট করুন এই লিংকে যেয়ে –– http://bit.ly/1WyElP1
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➔ কোনো নির্দিষ্ট মুভির ডাউনলোড লিংক প্রয়োজন হলে আগে গ্রুপে সার্চ দিয়ে দেখুন। গ্রুপে কিভাবে সার্চ দিয়ে পুরোনো পোষ্ট/রিভিউ/লিংক খুঁজে বের করবেন সেটি জানতে এই লিংক থেকে চেক করুন –– http://on.fb.me/185jOF3
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*** আপনি যদি অ্যাডমিন না হওয়ার পরেও নতুন কোন মুভির 'লিঙ্ক আপডেট পোস্ট' দেন তাহলে এই পোস্টের কমেন্ট বক্সে নির্দিষ্ট মুভির পোষ্টার সহ আপনার দেওয়া 'লিঙ্ক আপডেট পোস্ট'টির লিঙ্ক দিয়ে দিতে পারেন যেমন দেই আমরা অ্যাডমিনরা । গ্রুপের সামগ্রিক মান উন্নয়নে যেকোন মেম্বাররাই স্বাগতম ! :) ***…...

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