Six emotional scenes moved us in Ramadan



Mon, 13 May 2019 - 02:46 GMT


Mon, 13 May 2019 - 02:46 GMT

Le Akher Nafas, Kalabsh P III, Abou Gabal

Le Akher Nafas, Kalabsh P III, Abou Gabal

CAIRO – 13 May 2019: ET presents six well- executed emotional scenes that caught the audience's attention.

1-"Le Akher Nafas" (Till the last breath)

In "Le Akher Nafas" (Till the last breath) Salma (Yasmine Abdel Aziz) made us feel really sad after her husband Hazem (Fathy Abdel Wahab) died. Abdel Aziz performed that scene brilliantly.

Salma received a call from the gang, asking her to give them Oscar wild's novel that contains the secret code that her husband used to communicate with the drug dealers.

The gang asked Salma to throw the novel in the Nile to give her back her kidnapped daughter. Salma, with the help of her late husband's friend Adham, managed to decipher the code to find a sentence that says "the beginning starts from death" so they went to Hazem’s grave to find disks.

The series is directed by Hossam Ali, and written by Amin Galal and Tarek el-Kashef.
Abdel Aziz plays the role of an engineer, who is married to a police officer and has two children. The series is an interesting social drama and depicts the confused engineer who is looking for the murderers of her husband.

The series stars Ahmed el-Awadi, Ahmed Salah Hosny, Morad Makram, Hagar el-Sharnoubi, Ismail Sharaf, among others. "Le Akher Nafas" is produced by Synergy.

2- "Hekayty" (My Story)

In "Hekayty", Dalida (Yasmine Sabry) loses her mother after a strong battle with cancer and bids farewell to her in a very emotional scene.

Yasmine Sabry plays her first leading role in the series “Hekayty”. Wafaa Amer, Edward, Ahmed Salah Hosni, Ahmed Hatem, Ahmad Bedair, Maha Abu Auf, Islam Gamal, Ahmed Gamal Said, Dunia el-Masry, Gamal Abdel Nasser and Mustafa Darwish are co-starring alongside Sabry.

The series is a social drama written by Mohamed Abdel Moty and directed by Ahmed Samir Farag. The social drama revolves around the success journey of a girl who starts with nothing but has a lot of ambitions and dreams. The determined girl eventually reaches her dreams and overcomes numerous obstacles.“Hekayty” is the production of Synergy.

3- "Abou Gabal"

Mostafa Shaaban made us all feel deep grief after he lost his children as a result of a huge fire in his house.

Abou Gabal is a rich merchant who faces along with his family severe problems and crises. The series highlights Abou Gabal's attempts to know the true reason behind these problems.

"Abou Gabal" stars Aicha ben Ahmed, Diab, Naglaa Badr, Mahmoud el Bezawy, among others. The series is written by Mohamed Sayed Beshir, directed by Ahmed Saleh and produced by Synergy.

4- "Lams Aktaf"

The wrestling match between the two friends Adham (Yasser Galal) and Ashraf (Karam Gaber) that left Ashraf paralyzed was very emotional, especially Adham’s regret and sadness after unintentionally harming his friend.

Galal embodies the role of a wrestler named Adham, who gets involved in criminal acts and later decides to repent and live a secure and stable life. However, Adham faces hardships as he is chased by mafia members.

Galal went through rigorous training in order to appear in a certain body shape suiting the role he is playing.

The series is starring Fathy Abdel Wahab, Hanan Metaweh, Eman el-Asy, Samar Morsy, Donia Abdel Aziz, Mohamed Ezz, among others. “Lams Aktaf” is directed by Hussein al-Nabawi.

The series is the third leading role for Yasser Galal in a television drama after "Zel el-Raes" and "Rahim". “Lams Aktaf” is produced by Synergy.

5-"Qamar Hady" (Hady’s moon)

Hady’s daughter death in a car accident was extremely painful.

"Qamar Hady" revolves around a notorious drug dealer named Hady Abul Makarem portrayed by star Hani Salama. Abdul Makarem owns a luxurious car agency and uses it to launder money from his drug trade. Eventually, the notorious drug dealer starts to have numerous altercations with his competitors.

Salama falls in love with Yousra el-Lozi during the events of the series and gets involved in a murder; his older brother, played by Mohsin Mohy el-Din, reports him to the police.
"Qamar Hady" is written by Islam Hafez and directed by Raouf Abdel Aziz. The series is the production of Synergy.

6- "Kalabesh part 3"(Handcuffs)

The emotional scene in "Kalabesh part 3" that moved us all was when Selim el Ansary saw his mother and son after a long period of absence, where they though that he died but in fact he assigned an intelligence mission outside the country.

Egyptian superstar Amir Kharar dubbed Basha Masr (Egypt’s Pasha) is back this year again with the beloved character of Selim el-Ansary.

Kalabesh is a 2017 Egyptian drama and suspense TV-series directed by Peter Mimi; it revolves around Selim el-Ansary who is a confident and honest policeman. The series reflects the heroism and dedication of the Egyptian Armed Forces and police in combating the dark ideology of extremists.

The series is based on a story written by Yousef Hassan Yousef, then dramatized and scripted by Baher Dewidar.

A sequel was released in 2018 and a third season is broadcast during Ramadan 2019. Both the first and second parts of the series achieved great success.

In the third part, Selim el-Ansary is submitting his resignation to Major General Galal Khattab but the latter strongly objects to this request. Eventually, the resignation is accepted and Ansary moves on to establish a security company, which he co-owns with Akram Safwan. However, various disagreements occur between them.

The third part of the series is starring beside Karara, Rogina, Yasser Ali Maher, Dina, Ghinwa Mahmoud, Ahmed el-Awadi, among others. “Kalabsh P III” is directed by Peter Mimi and written by Baher Dewidar. "Kalabesh" is produced by Synergy.



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