Young Egyptian actress Ghada Adel has pulled out of the radio drama series “Tahet Ishreen” (Under Twenty) that was scheduled to be aired during the holy month of Ramadan.
Ghada pulled out before recording of the episodes began, asserting that the ‘Egyptian Radio Network’ did not meet her conditions. Ghada had wanted to make some alterations to the way the beginning and the end of the drama was presented, and demanded that name be listed first in the show’s credits.
Additionally, she wanted a theme song for the drama written especially for her.
The network decided not to meet her demands and is quickly trying to find a replacement.
Negotiations are being held with Nelly Kareem, Yasmeen Abdul Aziz, and Lebanese actress Nour.
Ghada announced that she and her husband, producer Majdi Al Huwari have agreed to make a new film about the life of Princess Diana. Ghada will play the role of Diana, and the film will be translated to English and Arabic to allow international screening.
Ghada refused to reveal the identity of the remaining cast nominated to take part in the film.
The actress did reveal that the film depicts the late princess’s life from the time of her marriage to prince Charles until her death in the tragic car accident with friend Dodi Al Fayed in Paris.
Ghada has consecutively completed three different films to be screened this summer. The first film is “Malaki Iskindiria,” and costars young Egyptian actor Ahmad Izz.
Her second is the comedy, “Hamada Yal’ab,” in which she costars alongside Egyptian comedian Ahmad Riziq. Thirdly, is the action adventure story “Iyal Habeeba,” in which she plays the role of a journalist on a quest to fight corruption. Ghada broke her arm while taking Karate lessons to learn self defense as part of her preparations for the role.