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Aya Samaha to Participate in Eid al-Adha Movie Marathon with Film "Ala Mashi": See First Poster

Sat 16 Mar 2024 | 12:15 PM
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Egyptian actress Aya Samaha shared Friday the official poster for her upcoming film "Ala Mashi".

The cast also includes Ali Rabee, Karim Afifi, Salah Abdallah, Abdullah Mishref, Entsar, and more.

Mohammed Al-Khaibari directed the film from a script by Ahmed Abdel-Wahab, Karim Samy also known as Kemz, and ‎Hadeer El-Sherif‎.

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Samaha can be seen on season two of the TV series "Kamal Al Adeed Plus One".

The 15-episode series depicts the beloved couple, Ahmad and Layla (Dina El Sherbiny and Sherif Salama) welcoming a new child and the chaos they face as handle life shenanigans.

Season one of the series consisted of 15 episodes and was screened last year during the holy month of Ramadan.

It also starred Esaad Younis, Aya Samaha, Ahmed Kamal, Ahmed Gamal Saeed, Gihan El Shamashergy, Amr Gamal, and others. Khaled Al-Halafawi directed the series from a screenplay by Yousry Taher and Rana Abu Al-Rish.

The series is centered around Ahmad and Layla who fall in love and decide to get married. Little do they know that a secret each of them is hiding from the other may put their love to the test.

On the other hand, Samaha is participating in the drama marathon with the TV series "Khaled Nour and his Son Nour Khaled".

The cast also includes Chico, Karim Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Donia Maher, Sherif Ramzy, and more. It is scripted by Karim Samy, directed by Mohamed Amin, and produced by Amir Shawky. 

The series consists of 15 episodes and features Chico embodying the role of Mahmoud Abdel Aziz's son who comes from the future.“Judar: Alf Lela W Lela”.

"Khaled Nour and his Son Nour Khaled" is set to debut during the second half of the holy month of Ramadan.

Samaha, born on March 31, 1992, started her acting career with the 2016 film "Hepta: The Last Lecture" and received more onscreen time in the 2016 mystery TV series "Grand Hotel".

In 2020, she starred in Netfix's series "Paranormal", based on Ahmed Khaled Tawfik's supernatural novel "Ma Waraa Al Tabiaa".

Her TV credits also include "Malika", "Rageen Ya Hawa", "Seeb Wana Aseeb", "El Soffara", and “Ala Bab Al-Omara”.