Nicole Saba a crook in Cairo
Lebanese singer/actress Nicole Saba has begun filming the first scenes of her upcoming film "Dastit Ashrar" (A Dozen Evils), written by Khaled Jala and directed by Rami Imam, son of prominent Egyptian comedian-actor Adel Imam.
According to the London based weekly, Laha, Nicole revealed that the role is a major shift in her career.
The film, costarring Mohammad Rajab, Khaled Saleh and Yasmin Abdul Aziz, is a comedy that revolves around a three-member gang who commit robberies and other crimes.
On a different note, Nicole is taking advantage of her stay in Cairo to film her new music video for the song "Amel Amlah" (Committed a Crime) written and composed by Egyptian singer Tamer Husni and which she will release as a single.
Recently, Nicole announced that she is no longer banned from holding concerts in Egypt by the Egyptian Musician’s Union.
The Union had banned Nicole until she resolved her disputes with production company ‘Alam El Phan.’
‘Alam El Phan’ has dropped the lawsuit filed against Nicole after both sides decided to work out their differences.
Nicole stated that a misunderstanding was the cause of the entire dispute between her and ‘Alam El Phan,’ and that she never broke any of the terms of her contract with the company, owned by Muhsin Jabr.
Muhsin claims he filed a lawsuit against Nicole after she refused to abide by the conditions of their contract.