The young Egyptian actress, Hana El Zahed, revealed the truth about her apology for participating in Tamer Hosni’s new film, “Taj”.
Here, she explained the matter through a post on the “Story” feature on her official account on “Instagram”. Al-Zahid wrote here, explaining: “The news that comes down to my apology for Tamer Hosni’s new movie is incorrect..Unfortunately, I am not exposed to the movie in the first place.”
Al-Zahed continued her talk about working with Tamer Hosni, so she wrote: “I was fortunate that I worked in the movie (I Love You), for which I have so far received two awards.”
The movie “I Love You” by the artist Hana El Zahed was her last artistic work, and she co-starred with the artist Tamer Hosni, which was shown in the last period in cinemas in various parts of the Arab world, and its revenues exceeded 55 million pounds. And co-starring: Hamdi Al-Mirghani, Medhat Tekha, Hoda Al-Mufti, Ahmed Azmy, Tamim Abdo, Samar Muhammad Metwally, Alia Rashed, and Shahd Al-Shater. The events revolve around the life of a man who goes through two love stories, and flounders in his life between two girls, and shows the difference in the sincerity of the expression of love between a man and a woman.
Hana Al-Zahed recently finished filming her scenes in the series “Seeb and I Leave” in Beirut, and is awaiting its presentation during the coming period, and co-starring with Ahmed Al-Saadani, Mahmoud Al-Bazawi, Aya Samaha, Muhammad Jumaa, and Arefa Abdel Rasool, and it was written by Rana Abu Al-Rish, directed by Wael Ihsan. It takes place in a social comedy framework over the course of only 10 episodes.
She is also waiting for the screening of the movie “Mr. X”, which she co-starred with her husband, the artist Ahmed Fahmy, and with the participation of “Aws Aws”, Bayoumi Fouad, Rehab El-Gamal, and Mahmoud Hafez, in addition to the appearance of a number of artists as guests of honor, including: Akram Hosni. Mostafa Khater, Mohamed Anwar, Sabry Fawaz, and Amr Youssef. The story of the film is by Amani Al-Tunisi, the idea of Mohamed Swilam and Fadi Abu Al-Saud, directed by Ahmed Abdel-Wahhab, and its events take place in a romantic comedy framework.
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