Morocco Newspaper | Egyptian drama has a variety of topics from the social to the historical

The Arab public is waiting for the Ramadan drama, and the actors and producers are competing to be in the circle of viewership in all Arab countries and reach

To the recipients of the dramatic material, most of the producing companies started filming their series to be present for the Ramadan race, along the lines of:

El Omda starring Mohamed Ramadan

Filming of the series “Al-Omda” starring Mohamed Ramadan and directed by Mohamed Sami has started. The series is social and its story revolves around “Jaafar Al-Omda” who lives in the Al-Sayeda Zeinab neighborhood and the stories of his multiple marriages. On his Instagram page, “In the past, there was Antar and Abla, but now Jaafar and Aida.”

The series stars Kall Manzina, Hala Sidqi, Iman Al-Assi, Menna Fadali, Mai Kassab, Ahmed Dash, Doaa Hakam, Issam El-Sakka, Ahmed Fahim, and Bayoumi Fouad.

The series “Darb Nar” starring Ahmed Al-Awadi

The artist, Ahmed Al-Awadi, recently began filming his first scenes in the series “Darb Nar”, which he brings together with the artist, Yasmine Abdel Aziz, and the series is written by Nasser Abdel-Rahman and directed by Mostafa Fekry. .

The series “Darb Nar” written by Nasser Abdel Rahman, directed by Mostafa Fekry, and produced by Synergy Company, and co-starring Suhair Al Morshedy, Hoda Al-Atribi, Iman Al-Sayed, Badria Tolba, Tamer Nabil, Ahmed Abdullah Mahmoud, and Tayseer Abdel Aziz. For the last breath” and “Elly Malosh Kabir”.

The series “Souk El Kanto” starring Amir Karara

Actor Amir Karara achieved high viewing rates when he performed the character “Ahmed Mansi” in Ramadan 2021, and returned to the drama race for the year 2023 in the series “Souk El Kanto”, written by Hani Sarhan and directed by Hussein Al-Manbawi.

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“The Canto Market” starring Amir Karara, Mai Ezz El Din, Kamal Abu Rayya, Fathi Abdel Wahab, Abdel Aziz Makhyoun, Maha Nassar, Tharaa Jbeil, and Diaa Abdel Khaleq, and its events take place in a popular context and in an ancient era.

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