Future of “Saraya Abdeen” uncertain, leaving Nour stressed about the TV drama
Word isn't out yet on whether we'll be seeing Lebanese actress Nour's face on screen again anytime soon. It's been five years since her last television appearance in "Dumoo' Al Qamar" (Tears of the Moon).
The leading lady got her chance to shine in the spotlight once more by snatching a role in “Saraya Abdeen”, but now the future of the new drama is uncertain after Egyptian writer Mustafa Muharam and director Enas Al Dughaidi, makers of the drama "Asr Al Hareem" (Era of Women), filed a lawsuit against the Kuwaiti writer Hiba Mushari writer of "Saraya Abdeen" of stealing the themes from their drama, according to Sayidaty.net.
Mustafa and Enas accused Hiba of using the same characters from their drama and filed a complaint to the Egyptian Cinema Union, which in term formed a committee to make a final decision in the case. The committee will be looking at the script for both dramas and compare them to see if there are in fact too many similarities.
What will be the fate of the new drama? Please share your prediction by commenting below!
- ‘Era of Women’ will be Mervat Amin’s post-Eid project
- Enas al Dughaidi dislikes "Saraya Abdeen," defends homosexuals and compliments Haifa Wehbe
- Sad day: "Saraya Abdeen" director Amro Arafa announces his withdrawal from making a sequel
- Second lawsuit against Haifa Wehbe
- With "Saraya Abdeen" being a hit, what could be eating Yousra?