Pascal Mashaalani's flirtatious nature
Lebanese singer Pascal Mashaalani has completed filming her latest music video for the song "Ma'oul" (Could it be?) with Lebanese director Mirna Al Khayat, whom Pascal had previously worked with in previous clips.
The story of the new video is a romantic one that revolves around a young lady who is madly in love and flirts with her man to show him the affections she has for him.
Mirna had chosen a number of filming locations around Lebanon carefully selecting ones that match the story of the clip.
The singer's managing office has announced that the new video will be aired on most Arab satellite music channels. It was added that Pascal will be performing the new song in all her upcoming concerts.
Mashaalani has resumed performing now that the war between Lebanon and Israel has ended.
During the war, Pascal had refused to leave Lebanon, despite the ongoing Israeli strikes targeting her neighborhood. The singer said that she is loyal to Lebanon, even though she holds a Canadian passport and was able to escape.
Pascal had cancelled a number of festivals and concerts around the world, refusing to sing while her country is suffering. The singer has visited a number of refugee shelters and assisted a number of people in need.
Before the war broke out, Pascal announced that she has been involved in a secret love affair for the past three years, and decided to make her relationship public since the couple is looking toward marriage. The singer said she believes love needs to grow away from the spotlights and the media, and away from disparaging rumors. She had to keep the matter a complete secret, in order to have a real relationship, said Pascal.