Hind Sabri tunes back into Tunisian cinema for two films in 2014!
Hind Sabri is ready to say hello to Tunisia twice this year (Image: Facebook).
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Honey, she's home! Tunisian-born actress Hind Sabri is homeward bound with two films lined up in her homeland this year.
The Tunisian cinema will see their famed starlet on screen with both "Zahrat Al Hub" (Love Flower) and "Laylat Qamar Muktamalah" (Full Moon) in 2014. "Love Flower" will unite her with director Rida Al Bahi, while "Full Moon" will move her into action under the direction of Fares Ni'na'.
The "Happy" celebrity hasn't forgotten about her place in Egyptian movie-making either. After all, she's had "The Best of Times" in Cairo.
According to Laha Magazine, Hind will be starring in an Egyptian film to be directed by Hala Khalil, whom Hind had worked with in the past film "Ahla Al Awqat" (The Best of Times).
Her most recently completed project was the sequel to the film "Al Jazeerah" (The Island) alongside popular Egyptian actor Ahmed Al Sakka. Viewers will get to visit "The Island" again after Ramadan as the film will be screened during the Eid Al Fitr holiday.
The active actress is also still busy filming her scenes for the upcoming television drama "Embratoriat Meen" (Whose Empire) that will be aired during Ramadan. In this social comedy, Hind plays the role of an Egyptian mother, who returns from England after 15 years with her family and is shocked with the new developments that have taken place within the Egyptian society.
What country do you think Hind fits best: Egypt or Tunisia? Tell us, please, in the comment box below!
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