Ramadan Characters Fun For All
It looks like it’s going to be another lucrative year for Egypt’s series industry, whereby various great names are playing brand new roles in brand new series.
According to Al Akhbar newspaper, a summary of each role to be portrayed is already available and here it is!
Athar El Hakim: Plays the character of ‘D. Siham’ in Firar Min Al Hub (Fleeing From Love), whereby she is a Sa’idi woman who immigrates with her father from a very young age to Alexandria. After his death, Athar decides to go back to her village with her mother in order to ask for her rightful inheritance.
Directed by: Majdi Abu Ameira
Written by: Mohammad Safa’a Amer
Yusra: Plays the character of an employee in an investment company who meets a police officer, played by actor Hisham Abdul Hamid after he saves her from the wrath of some criminals. She falls inlove at first sight and they get married. However, after giving birth to their first child, the young boy is kidnapped by the selfsame criminals who tried to hurt the mom.
Directed by: Samir Seif
Written by: Wahid Hamed
Faten Hamama: Plays the character of ‘Ibtisam Al Huwari’ in Wajh El Qamar (Face of the Moon), alongside actor Ahmad Ramzi who plays her husband in the series. Ramzi, is an ex-arms dealer while Hamama is the head of a sattelite station who tries to discuss the political, economic and social issues of the Arab world through her various shows.
Directed by: Adel Al A’asar
Written by: Majida Kheirallah
Nelly: Plays the role of shahrazade in 1001 Nights alongside her ‘Shahriar,’ Mahmoud Qabeel.
Directed by: Amru Abideen
Written by: Abdul Salam Ameen
Faruq El Fishawi: Plays the role of an Egyptian citizen in Khayal El Thul (Reflection of Shadows), who comes back home from the States after 20 years in order to look for his childhood friends.
Directed by: Yihya Al Almi
Written by: Atef El Bakri
Yihya Al Fakharani: Plays the role he has been accustomed to of ‘Bashr Abdul Thaher’ in Zizinia II.
Directed by: Jamal Abdul Hamid
Written by: Ousama Anwar Akasha. – Albawaba.com.
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