Egyptian singer Mustafa Amar recently completed filming the outdoor scenes for his upcoming film “Hareem Kareem” (Kareem’s Women), directed by Ali Idrees. The cast and crew have now moved to Studio Egypt to complete the remainder.
The film features a number of bright, young Egyptian actresses, like Riham Abdul Ghafour, Dalia Al Buhairi, Yasmeen Abdul Aziz, Bassma, and Ola Ghanem. The actresses play the staff members of a predominantly female company owned by a young man played by Mustafa.
The owner’s wife demands a divorce, emanating from her fears that her husband is having affair, and he is. Although, throughout the film he continuously tries to convince his wife that she is the only woman in his life.
Turns out the owner is involved with a number of different women at the same time, and. he subConsequently marries more than one of the women, which leads to pure comedy.
The film tackles issues regarding relationships between men and women and the secrets behind married life and its challenges.
The film is Mustafa’s first comedy, a deviation from his traditional roles romance films.
On a different note, Mustafa is searching for the right production company for his upcoming album, and has no intention of renewing his contract with Muhsin Jaber, owner of Alam El Phan Production Company.