Ghada Riziq has no time for even a short break
Egyptian actress Ghada Abdul Riziq has made a commitment to take part in four different TV series at the same time not leaving any room for relaxation. The actress has accepted roles in "Amana Ya Lail" (Oh Night), "Al Ama Nour" (Aunt Nour), "Asifit Al Shak" (Doubt Storm), and finally in a joint Saudi-Egyptian series "Wala Fil Ahlam" (Not in the Wildest Dreams).
In "Amana Ya Lail", the actress plays the role of a poor peasant girl who dreams of making money and marrying a wealthy man, but ends up marrying someone of her social status. Her problems begin when her boss, a wealthy man, offers her a large sum of money if she was to leave her husband and only child, which she does sacrifice only to be faced with a bigger problem that makes her loose her mind. Izzat Al Alali, Laila Fouzi, Ameenah Riziq, Noorhan, Raja Al Jadawi, and Hassan Mustafa costar in the series that is directed by Hassan Bashir and written by Mohammad Hilmi Hilal.
The character of Ghada in "Al Ama Nour" is completely different from that in "Amana Ya Lail" in which she plays the role of a young woman who dedicates her entire life to academics and refuses to get involved in any type of relationship.
In each of the series, Ghada presents a new side to her exposing the scope of her acting ability. She has made it a point to dedicate her entire time to acting and making a name for her in the acting world.
Recently, Egyptian director Khairi Bushara, underwent his first television directing experience, after experiencing a long line of success in cinema production, in the new TV series "Mas'alit Mabda" (A Matter of Principle) staring Ghada. The new drama revolves around the issue of illegal weapon smuggling, terrorism, and the increase of violence in one of Egypt's rural areas.
The drama also tackles an incident of killing tourists by some of the locals which lead to an outbreak in the community. Khairi is to begin shooting the scenes for the drama in October after the script and cast are finalized. The story is written by Mohammad Safa Amer and is to costar Riyadh Al Khouly, Abo Baker Izzat, Mona Shalabi, and Hisham Salim.
When asked about taking on any new seductive roles as her usual style, Ghada replied that she is trying to refrain from the role of the seductive and sexy woman in movies and TV series, not wanting to be limited to such parts. She added that she plans on taking different roles to prove to directors that she is capable of playing any part she is given. - Albawaba.com
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