Watch – mistake corrected in episode 22 of the series “Prince”

Marwa Labib In the news, cinema and television, Ramadan 2020

Posted: Friday, May 15, 2020 – 5: 21 | Last update: Friday, May 15, 2020 – 21:15
5/15/2020 9:05:21 PM

Previous episodes of “Al-Prince” series witnessed the loss of “Maryam”, the daughter of “Radwan El-Prince” after her uncle “Fathi” left her in the street and went with his brothers, but “Maryam” was lucky after the driver “Mahmoud” found her and decided to raise her with his children.

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“Maryam” grew, and “Mahmoud” managed to enter the school. The biggest question remained, “How did Maryam enter the school without papers, and the matter was circulated as a mistake that the work makers did not pay attention to … but!”

In the twenty-second episode, after the driver “Mahmoud” learned that Radwan constantly searched for his daughter and hidden it, “Mahmoud” revealed how “Maryam” entered the school by falsifying her birth certificate and registering it in his name.

The series “Al-Prince” starring Mohamed Ramadan, Nour, Ahmed Zahir, Rehab El-Gamal, Salwa Othman, Edward, Mohamed Alaa and other stars.

The events of the series revolve around the social drama about the “Prince” family and “Radwan El Prince” embodying his character, Mohamed Ramadan, who works as a plumber in his father’s workshop, finds himself responsible for his family after the death of his parents, which results in some family problems between him and his 6 brothers, who are “Abd” Al-Mohsin, “embodied by Edward,” “Fathi,” Ahmed Zahir, “Yasser,” Muhammad Alaa, “Nora,” Rim Sami, “Adel,” Ahmed Dash, and “Raafat”, Ahmed Fahim.

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