Ghada Abdel Raziq: too naughty for Egyptian censors
Ghada Abdel Raziq
Egyptian actress, Ghada Abdel Raziq, has never been in the good books of the pious and faithful and since the revolution in her home country, the rules have changed. Now that a Muslim Brotherhood candidate has been elected as president, it seems the Egyptian film censors are more on the side of the holy that the hotties.
Ghada's most recent movie, 'Zawiat Inhiraf' has been barred from ever seeing the cinema screen light by the Censorship Committee despite a title change and a host of big names starring. The Committee was apparently unhappy with the first name that producers gave their movie: 'Did Al Shari'ah' (Against the Teachings of Islam) but even after the title change they still objected to the "sinful acts" included in the storyline.
The Egyptian lovely is said to be inconsolable since news broke that her movie wouldn't hit the cinema screens but the writer behind the film is reportedly refusing to make any further changes. Fans are hoping that the pious officials at the Committee will change their mind on their own.