Director Nabil El Gabry resumes filming the new film "Hala Nadra" (Rare Situation) after a few days off due to the passing away of star Ahmed Azmi's aunt who was like a second mother to him. Azmi told "Youm7" website: "I would like to thank my team who stopped the filming for me".
Ahmed plays the role of a director studying in Europe and comes home with a friend, plays by young star Rawan Fouad. His rural cousin likes him, played by Rania Yosef, likes him and eventually gets his attention. The film is produced by Hosni Saleh, also starring Lutfi Labib, Ahmed Halawa, Rami Gheit, Mahmoud El Gabry and was scripted by Hussam Mosa.
Egyptian actress Rania Yousef accused her ex husband on TV of putting drugs in her car to fabricate a drug possession case against her.
She told Wael El Abarshi on the show "El Haqiqa" (The Truth) on "Dream" channel everything about the incident where police men stopped her after receiving an anonymous tip about guns in her car.
Rania noted that she couldn't open the car, so she asked the policemen to crash the glass and found a few things wrapped in black cloth, which she gave to the policemen.
Rania added that she was asked to come and give her statements due to the false alarm that was created.
Rania accused her former husband because he had a copy of the car keys, and he would have put the 40 grams of drugs found in her car.
Host Wael El Ebrashi brought called businessman Karim El Shabrawy, on the show and he denied everything!
El Shabrawy has answered the questions aside from context and El Abarshi actually commented that he might be watching a different show!
The cast of the new series "Khotot Hamra" (Red Lines) will wrap up the series in July 2012.
"Al Wafd" website reported the actress Rania Yousef and co- star Ahmed El Sakka have finished 70% of their scenes, for the series dues in Ramadan 2012.
Rania noted the series is important for her career be cast opposite El Sakka, who comes back to TV drama after a long time.
Also starring is Ahmed Rizk, Fadia Abdel Ghani, Abdel Aziz Makhyoun, Haggag Abdel Azim, Mohamed Emam and it was scripted by Ahmed Mahmoud Abo Zeid and directed by Ahmed Shafiq.
The series deals with the taboos in the society and the difficulties people face to challenge them.
Producer Mohamed Mokhtar revealed his divorcee Rania Yousef was attacked by her ex-husband businessman Karim El Shabrawy and his mother.
He told "Al Arabiya" website that the two tried to break into her apartment and she called her father and Mokhtar to fend them off.
Rania's ex-husband was upset at her fate after her recent separation, since she paid of her ex-husband's freedom.
Mokhtar revealed he advised her against marrying El Shabrawy given his history. The man was involved in seven court cases and was in jail for three days and is chased by more than 39 cases of embezzlement.
Mokhtar added Rania was suffering silently, but when he was arrested in front of her she decided to make a move. The producer didn't reveal if the two will return to each other now.
Arab celebrities, UAE Singer Ruweida Al Mahrouqi, Egyptian Actress Rania Yousef and Lebanese Actress Nadine Al Rasi have become the brand ambassadors of Marico Group's Parachute Gold hair care products!
In a grand press event at The Palace hotel in Dubai, the beautiful faces of the global brand in the beauty and wellness space, unveiled, today Tuesday April 25, the new look for 'Parachute Gold,' with its advanced range of oils and hair creams.
Roweida, Nadine and Rania walked the red carpet, addressed the press questions at a special panel held for the ad campaign before sitting for exclusive one to one interviews.
Ayman Hamed, Head of Marketing, Marico Middle East, said: " The stars were chosen from a long list mainly for their popularity!" adding that the "new Parachute Gold product range follows intensive research and studies conducted among Arab women in the Middle East and North Africa region, to understand their concerns and requirements relating to hair care."
In fulfillment for their need for adequate nourishment and ensuring luster and shine, Parachute Gold draws on the wellness attributes of coconut oil, with proven ability to provide deep and nourishing effects; features that the three beauties acknowledge upon trial.
Speaking about their experience representing Parachute Gold and shooting the product commercial in Sri Lanka, Ruweida Al Mahrouqi said: "It is a great opportunity to be associated with such an international brand. Women in the Arab world have always been cautious about using hair products. Parachute Gold contains coconut oil and this makes it different and appealing to women."
Rania Yousef expressed her happiness in being the Parachute Gold Ambassador. She said: "My experience with Parachute Gold has contributed a lot in enhancing my knowledge on how Arab women can maintain and nourish their hair. I invite all Arab women to experience the difference that Parachute Gold brings and discover the beneficial results both in the short- and long-term."
"Managing healthy hair, given the harsh weather conditions and the physical factors that exists in parts of the region, has always been a challenge for Arab women; Parachute Gold has found the solution for this and it's a worthy product that will benefit women looking to have healthy nourished hair," commented Nadine Al Rasi.
Check out anayou's exclusive Interviews with Ruweida,Rania and Nadine in The video section below!
After a short lived marriage that lasted only a few months, Egyptian actress Rania Yousef and her husband, Egyptian businessman Karim Al Shabrawy got divorced.
The actress confirmed that she lives at the moment with her daughters away from him. She declared earlier that she was happily married and that her husband loved her daughters from her earlier marriage.
The divorce process went very calm and without any problems, noted Rania, but she kept the reasons for her separation personal and didn't want to talk about it.
Rania who was earlier divorced from producer Mohamed Mokhtar, indicated that the separation took place two weeks ago when she was busy filming the new drama series "Al Khotoot Al Hamraa" (Red Lines), with artist Ahmed El Sakka.
Rania and Al Shabrawy tied the knot 4 months ago yet they haven't showed up in public together since.