Ghada Adel in her first leading role
Egyptian actress Ghada Adel has begun filming the first scenes of her upcoming television drama “Mabrook Galak Ala’a” (Congratulations Worry Came), marking her first leading role on the small screen.
The series revolves around a simple teacher named “Mabrook,” who desperately wants to tie the knot with his fiancé, but is faced with endless obstacles.
The drama, directed by Amro Abdeen, costars Egyptian actor Hani Ramzi and is being filmed at Studio Egypt.
Ghada has consecutively completed filming three different films to be screened this summer.
Ghada’s first film is “Malaki Iskindiria,” in which she plays the role of “Sahar,” a destitute, young woman who marries an older, wealthy man. Her husband is murdered and his family then accuses her of killing him for the sake of inheriting his fortune. Ghada costars alongside young Egyptian actor Ahmad Izz, who plays the role of the lawyer that fights to prove her innocence.
Her second film is the comedy, “Hamada Yal’ab,” in which she costars alongside Egyptian comedian Ahmad Riziq.
Her third film for the summer is an action, adventure story, “Iyal Habeeba,” in which she plays the role of a journalist on a quest to fight corruption. Ghada broke her arm while taking Karate lessons to learn self defense as part of her preparations for the role.