Nour El Sharif a corrupt minister
Prominent Egyptian actor Nour El Sharif has refused to compare his upcoming television drama “Al Dali” to any of his former works. The actor held a press conference to announce the launch of filming the first scenes of the drama, which he describes as a turning point for him in the television world.
According to the Qatar based daily, Al Raya, the drama revolves around the journey of a young man from rags to riches. The young man leaves his home to go abroad to study and work then returns a very wealthy man who strives to fight poverty in every way possible.
Throughout the events of the drama, Nour will play the role of a minister in the era of the late Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. The minister will have duel personality of good and evil and becomes involved in corrupt schemes that eventually ruin the lives of many.
The drama “Al Dali” will be aired this upcoming Ramadan season.
The drama focuses on traditional social values held by older generations which today’s generation lack.
Written by Walid Yousif and directed by Yousef Sharaf Al Din, the drama costars Majida Zaki, Sawsan Badr, Mahmoud Al Jundi, Salah Abdullah, and Al Muntaser Billah.
Nour’s most recent drama, “Hadret Al Mutaham Abi” (My Father the Accused), tackled social issues such as disputes between families of different social classes, the spread of violence, drugs and juvenile misconduct.
Nour plays the role of an Arabic teacher and a school counselor whose eldest son’s engages in an affair with a young woman from an upper class family. Nour attempts to resolve the problems facing his family from the affair, but is caught in a cycle of self-blame.