“Nesr El Saeed”
Being overwhelmed each year in Ramadan usually results in some unintentional mistakes in Ramadan drama series, and most of them are really funny.
Six soap operas are tackling terrorism and extremism issues, how to combat them and how, in some cases, the oppressed may turn to be oppressive.
The TV series “Nesr El Saeed” hashtag claimed the fourth rank of top trends on Twitter on Thursday after the airing of the first episode of the series.
Dubai TV channel will screen four Egyptian soap operas in Ramadan: “Nesr El Saeed” (The Hawk of Upper Egypt), “Dedd Maghoul” (Against an Anonymous), “Azmy and Ashgan” and “Layali Eugine” (The Nights of Eugine).
It’s that time of year again where we’ll be glued to our TVs—or more likely our phones and iPads—trying to cram in as many episodes of mosalsalat (soaps) produced for the peak viewing season that is Ramadan.