Even though the conclusion of the first part of Al Daly drama series is still unknown since there is a lot of competition in the Ramadan drama series this year; the writer of the script Walid Yousif went ahead with writing the second part of the series.
The series is about the changing of political, social and economic issues between the years 1979 and 1992. The cast for the first part will continue working on the second part of the series with the same production company. The producer Yousif Sharaf Al Deen will produce the second part as well and it will be aired on television next Ramadan.
According to the London daily Elaph, the new drama is still filmed till now between the Production City and Egypt road between Alexandria in the desert.
The drama stars prominent Egyptian actor Noor El Sharif, who plays the role of a well-known politician that faces assassination. There is a great deal of speculation around who could be this Sa’ed Al Daly representing in real life. Many newspapers that came out made their own assumption, where every time someone comes up with a figure that fits the character.
The character Sa’ed Al Daly is thought to represent the late engineer Othman Ahmad Othman, the founder of the company “Arab Distributors” and the Minster of housing during the late Egyptian president term Anwar Al Sadat. But many believe that the character in fact is more similar to that of the late Prime Minister of Lebanon Rafiq El Hariry. However, both assumption may be true and the character could be portraying other well-know political personalities in the Arab world.
The speculation for who represent this character won’t be clear just yet; however, it will mainly revolve around these two personalities. Both men El Hariry and Othman helped in rebuilding their countries and both men were assassinated.
The question for who does “Sa’ed Al Daly” represent will be answered by the viewer who will turn in during the coming holy month of Ramadan on ‘LBC’ and ‘ART’ satellite channels to watch the drama series.
The drama also costars Sawsan Bader, Mahmoud Al Jundi, Salah Abdullah, Salah Rashwan, Muhammad Metwali, Osama Abas, Wafa Salim and nine new faces among them May Noor El Sharif.