Angham in pain
As a result of a doctor's mistake, Egyptian singer Angham is currently experiencing severe pain in her last months of pregnancy. Before her pregnancy the singer had undergone a surgery, but the surgeon had not performed the surgery completely and neglected to make some essential procedures that are now negatively affecting Angham.
For her safety and that of her unborn child, doctors are unable to operate once more to correct the mistake of the previous surgeon. The singer is given minor pain relievers and once she gives birth she will be able to have a second surgery done.
Egyptian singer Angham’s second attempt to star in a film was cut short at the last minute by her pregnancy. Angham was forced to turn down an offer for the leading role in the upcoming film “Al Ishiq Wal Hawa” (About Love).
Angham had begun preparing for her role in the film along with Egyptian actors Ahmad Al Sakka and Muna Zaki, but her pregnancy made it impossible for her to continue, coupled with the refusal of the production company to postpone filming until she gave birth.
The first film from which Angham suddenly withdrew was “Sahar Al Laiali” (Up through the Nights), and her role was then given to Muna Zaki. Muna received numerous awards for her role, and the film witnessed tremendous success.
After learning she was pregnant Angham adjusted her schedule, significantly decreasing her workload. The singer declined a request by composer Hilmi Baker to perform the song “Hal Ahbabt Imra’a Qalbi,” for the upcoming Egyptian Radio and Television Network Song Contest.
Angham announced that she has chosen Lebanese director Nadine Libky to direct the music video for the first song from her upcoming album, for which she has already recorded nine songs. This will mark the first time Angham has chosen not to work with Ahmad Al Mahdi, who directed all of her previous music videos.
The first album under the production of Rotana for Angham was finally released.
The new album, “Bahibak Wahashtini” (I Love and Miss You) features eleven songs sung in a variety of dialects.