Young Egyptian actress Muna Shalabi is preparing to take part in Egyptian singer Mustafa Amar’s second movie “Autograph”. The story of the film has been written by the singer himself and the scenario by Aiman Bahjat Amar under the direction of Mohammad Al Najar.
According to the London based Elaph, the movie marks Mustafa’s second film experience. The singer decided to make a new film after his first “Qalb Jaree’” (A Daring Heart), starring Muna Zaki and Hanan Turk, found a huge success.
Muna will also be starring the role of the young determined girl who has taken the responsibility of her father’s business in the a new TV drama “Lidawa’e Amnieh” (For Security Reasons). Her strong personality placed her at the head of her father’s tourism company taking full control.
Muna who plays the role of “Sahar” sacrifices her personal life to run her father’s business making decisions that ultimately benefit the company. Throughout the sequel of events in the drama, Sahar falls in love with her father’s bodyguard despite her determination to hold back all feelings. She goes on to reveal her love for the bodyguard without any restrictions and begins to live a new love story that eventually creates a number of problems with her father, played by Egyptian actor Kamal Al Shinawi.
End of January, Muna finished shooting scenes for the movie that is out in Egyptian streets “Kalim Mama” (Talk to Mother) that revolves around how the strong bond of two young couple helps them overcome the hardest obstacle which is the refusal of their bond by their families. The love they share helps them conquer all barriers and transform the outburst of hatred from their families to love.
The script is taken from Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” but changed into a satirical comedy that suits the modern era. The film will include a large number of musical scenes.
Ablaa Kamil, Hassan Husni, Dina, Ahmad Zaher, and Maha Ahmad costar in the film. The script is written by screenwriter Mustafa Al Sabaky, and directed by Ahmad Awad. The film is currently being screen in cinema houses across Cairo. –Albawaba.com