Famous Lebanese artist Haifa Wahbe had finished filming a music video clip for her newest song “Ya Ibn Al Halal” (Mr. Right) under the director Yehya Saadeh. Saadeh used hot colors in the clip and a lot of make-up to enhance Haifa’s features.
Haifa had previously worked with Saadeh on her song “Hasa Ma Beena Fe Hajeh” (I Don’t Feel There is Anything between Us), which became one of Haifa’s most successful songs.
According to the London daily Elaph, the new song is written by Amir Taymah, composed by Sharif Qata and distributed by Amir Mahrous.
On other grounds, Haifa is continuing her new role in the new Egyptian film “Dukan Shahateh” (Shahateh’s Supermarket) under the famous director Khaled Yousif.
Egyptian press reports sad that the director and the actors in the new film are “racing to get Haifa’s attention.”
Egyptian actress Ghada Abed Al Razaq, who also stars in the film, said, “They are acting as if they have never seen a woman before.”
Circulating rumors claim there was a dispute between Haifa and Ghada over the filming location, yet both actresses denied such rumors.
Haifa also denied that she purposely diverted attention from the private screening of the film “Akher Kalam” (Last Words), staring her Lebanese colleague Madline Matar. She said that she went to the screening by chance after her friend Muhammad Karim had invited her.
She does not know if her manager invited journalists to the screening, said Haifa.
Haifa recently held a live concert in Sweden, considered to be a first of its kind for her. There were a number of artists performing beside her as she sang some of her greatest old and new hits.