Love in the UAE: Rasha Sharbatji's Dubai-style wedding bash
Rasha Sharbatji celebrates her wedding in Dubai with Suzan Najm Al Din
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Becuase one wedding is never enough, Syria's big hitter Rasha Sharbatji is going back for more - we bring you the UAE version of her nuptials.
A month after her formal marriage to her very own beloved general no less, Tamam Najm Al Din, Syrian director Rasha Sharbatji, now on her second wedded catch, held a star-studded ceremony for her peeps in partyland Dubai.
The glamorous affair was attended by friends, family and a number of the usual suspects from Syria's halls of fame.
According to the Middle East news portal Elaph, the original religious ceremony that witnessed the couple seal the nuptials was a sombre affair at home in Syria. Sharbatji tied the knot on February 16 in the presence of family members and a small coterie of friends.
The lucky groom is also connected to the acting world, as the brother of Syrian starlet Suzan Najm Al Din - there in all her glitter and glory at both ceremonies. Also present at the Dubai ceremony were Lebanese lovely Lamita Franjieh, Syrian actor Qusai Khouly, and many others faces of the Arab celeb-scape.
As life goes on in Syria, with tenacious actors filming on in the face of terrible trauma, Rasha is plodding away on the third sequel of the TV drama "Al Wilada Min Al Khasira" (Birth from Loss), alongside soap drama "Habat Halab" (Beloved of Aleppo)