Water crisis forces Hisham Abbas out of his home
The crisis of water shortage in Nasr city in Egypt that has lasted for six days has forced Egyptian singer Hisham Abbas to move from his apartment to a new one in Al Muhandiseen neighborhood. The singer resided in the new apartment for a few days until the water problem was resolved and moved back to his home.
The singer has begun his first work sessions for his upcoming album, which he plans on releasing during the summer season. Abbas had recently announced that he will enter the world of acting by starring in a new film. Hisham revealed that the new film will be very amusing and will talk about the journey a singer goes through and the outside forces that influence him.
Abbas underwent extensive working session with scenarist Mohammad Al Nasser to place the final touches on his upcoming film script. The two are trying to finalize all the small details of the film in order to have it ready for filming in the very near future.
Hisham is very careful with all the elements in the film since it will mark his first acting experience. The theme in the film will be a romantic comedy, in which Hisham hopes to make a successful debut in.
Recently, Abbas was admitted into the ICU room at Dar Al Foad hospital after falling off a motorcycle he was riding in Al Qutamia. The accident occurred while the singer was participating in a festival.
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