Anoshka to Film Videos for Songs Brimming With 'Boyishness and Kidding'
Egyptian singer Anoshka is gearing up to shoot two videos for her most recent albums Nafsi Akoun (I Hope to Be) and Ashak (I Love You), composed by Turkish national Eltin Shantin and written by poet Magdi Kamel, according to the daily Al Messa.
Regarding her style of singing, Anoshka said: “All my songs reflect my inner feelings, which are full of boyishness and kidding.”
The song Nefsi Akoun (I Hope to Be) is described by the singer as a drama written by Baha Eddin Mohammed, composed by Ehsan Al Munther, remade by Ashraf Mahrous and directed by Adel Adib, who will shoot the video in Egypt.
“The drawback of the video lies in its direction and lack of simple words...For example, the song Bilad Tayyibah (Good Country) which I sang along with Mohammed Munir, was a patriotic song. Obviously, such songs need special and sophisticated equipment, but the director, Adel Adib, tapped a very simple idea. Also, the song Ya Lail was shot as a video in a way similar to a show film, which cost a great deal of money, because it needed many things including my dancing with choreographer Atef Awad,” Anoshka told the daily.
The singer added that “the most important thing is the director and his new ideas. A video costing 300,000 pounds with 500 pounds for the director as pay will not add anything new, just girls dancing around the singer.” – Albawaba.com