Muna Zaki and Ahmad Al Sakka refuse to separate
It seems that young Egyptian stars Muna Zaki and Ahmad Al Sakka refuse to part, reuniting after a three-year separation. Their most recent film is "Al Ishiq Wal Hawa" (Love and Romance), a fated love story directed by Kamelah Abu Thikri, and set to the backdrop of a romantic musical score, to be screened this summer season.
According to the London based weekly, Laha, the duo are scheduled to star in a new film "Taymour and Shafiqa," written by Tamer Habib, who also wrote "Love and Romance".
Muna and Ahmad appeared together in the tremendously successful “Mafia,” which gave a new meaning to Egyptian films. The two actors have starred in a number of films together, and their success as a duo has made their partnership a tradition.
On a different note, Ahmad announced that he will return to the small screen after several years, to star in the new television drama series “Saker 62” (Eagle 62). Director Nader Jalal nominated Ahmad for the role.
The drama consists of 30 episodes, and also stars Hanan Turk, Abla Kamel, Hassan Hussni, Waheed Saif, Izzat Abu Ouf, and Hussein Imam.