Egyptian actress Nahla Salama is currently shooting her film al Amal al Hamraa (Red Hopes) which tackles the apartheid issues which the Arabs face in the western nations.
The new film is about a love story between a young Egyptian (Hani Salama) and a French girl (to be played by a French actress who has not been selected yet).
The film is directed by Samir Saif and scripted by Rafiq al Sabban and a major part of it will be shot in the French capital Paris, according to the daily al Messa.
On the other hand, Salama is currently shooting the TV feature Galsah A’laniyyah (Open Session) directed by Abdel Hayy al Batrawi and scripted by Walid al Mghazi. She is also shooting the series Koumi Wa Talat Banat (Koomi and Three Girls) directed by Tayseer Abboud, scripted by Farouq Atiyyeh and costarring Yousef Shaaban, Zizi al Badrawi, Abdel Rahman Abu Zahra, Emad Rashad, Ola Ghanem, Wael Noor and Hatem Thul Fiqar -- Albawaba.com