Producer of the film “Ahlam Umrina” (Our Life’s Dreams) has filed a lawsuit against Egyptian actress Muna Zaki for refusing to be present at the final stage of the film’s production, which is considered the most critical due to the fact that all mistakes in the film are corrected.
The producer filed the lawsuit in order to avoid any accusations from Muna over any imperfections in her scenes that may result throughout the film.
Muna had refused to comment over the problems she has faced with the film “Ahlam Umrina”, which is scheduled for release in Cairo this month.
Muna stated, “This film is not mine, and so I will not attack it in a negative way,” adding “the important thing is the lessons I have learned from this experience.”
Muna stressed that she will not attend any of the premiers for the film and wants nothing to do with it.
The film’s production has faced several problems over the past two years, some of which resulted from the producers, and others which emanated from Egyptian actor Yousif Shabaan and director Othman Abu Al Laban.
Shabaan and Al Laban eliminated several of Muna’s scenes, giving her only a minor role.
As a result Muna refused to continue working on the film, leading the producer to file a lawsuit against her.