The new television drama “Dumoo’ Al Cinderella” (Tears of Cinderella) has been removed from the coming drama marathon that takes place during the holy month of Ramadan and will no longer be aired this year. The makers of the drama announced that filming of the scenes for the drama have been postponed until scenarist Mahmoud Al Hinawi completes writing all the episodes.
According to the London based Elaph, the drama was to mark the return of prominent Egyptian actress Sharihan to the scenes after a long absence. The cast of the drama had requested to put off filming the scenes until all the episodes are written and had stated that they do not want to rush matters just to have it ready for airing during the Ramadan season.
The producing company did not object to the postponing of the drama and agrees with the opinion of the cast and crew.
Sharihan had begun to make her public appearances during the Egyptian Revolution that overthrew the government of ousted President Husni Mubarak. Sharihan on repeated occasions went down to the streets and protested against the government of Mubarak.
During the revolution, Sharihan only held telephonic interviews with the press and refused all face to face interviews to talk about her future projects and her medical journey and the agony she experienced on the hands of traitors.