Hala Shiha involved in a “Murder on Christmas Eve”
Egyptian actress Hala Shiha is currently shooting the scenes for a new action film with Egyptian actor Jamil Ratib under the name of “Jarima fi Lailat Al Krismas” (Murder on Christmas Eve”. The film directed by Ahmad Al Ruba’ee revolves around a group of friends who while spending Christmas Eve together a murder crime occurs and all become suspects.
Hala has recently completed shooting the scenes for her the movie "Banat Albizness” (Business girls). The London based Elaph reported that Siham Jalal, Ahmad Zaher, Dunia Samir Ghanem (In her first film debut), will costar with Shiha. Elaph also added that the film is written by Medhat Ibrahim and is directed by Ahmad Zaher who is at the same time costarring in the film.
Shiha’s latest film was "Toto El Ageeb" (The Extraordinary Toto), with comedian actor Hani Ramzi and directed by Amr Kerdany The movie depicts the story of an aristocratic girl, Shiha, who meets an extraordinary, young and talented man and falls in love with him despite his lower financial status.
Nicknamed The Aphrodite of Egyptian cinema, Hala Shiha started her acting career two years ago in the TV series "Al Ragol Al Akhar" (The Other Man), starring alongside Nour Al Sherif and Mervat Amin. Her break-through performance in the series granted Hala the chance at grabbing the lead roles in the movies "Leih Khalletni Ahebak" (Why Did You Make Me Love You), and "Al Selem We Al Tho’ban" (Ladders and Snakes).
Growing up, Hala always had musical and artistic talent, as she excelled at dancing, drawing, fashion designing, piano and keyboard playing. But it wasn't until renowned actor and family friend Adel Emam encouraged her to join the academy of arts, did she think of pursuing a career in acting – Albawaba.com
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