Turkish delights: Ghada Abdel Raziq's hit drama dubbed
Ghada Abdel Raziq
It has been a tough year for sexy Egyptian actress, Ghada Abdel Raziq. She's been criticized for her on-again-off-again conservative Islamic style and was rumored to be having major marital problems with love-rat husband, Mohammed Foudah.
So it's a relief for fans to finally be hearing more about the drama on-screen than off-screen for Ghada. Her hit show, 'Ma Sibq al Israr' (With Prior Insistency) is set to be dubbed into Turkish, to tap into the huge non-Arab market in the region.
The Egyptian hottie is understandably thrilled to be in the same league as dramas like 'Fatima' and 'Forbidden Love'. Ghada told reporters that she thought this was the first step in a broader move for Egyptian shows, many of which deserve to get wider audiences. She said she hoped a Turkish audience would relate to the themes in 'Ma Sibq...' and that she could help with tourism in the Arab Spring nation.