Production wrapped on Egyptian actor Mohamed Emam‘s highly-anticipated film “Amohom”.
The film also stars Sayed Ragab, Mohamed Lotfy, Huda El Mufti, Ayten Amer, and others.
It is directed by Hussein El Menbawy and marks his second collaboration with Emam.
They collaborated for the first time in the 2018 film “Lelat Hana w Sorour” (The Night of Hana and Sorour).
The film is produced by Mohamed El Sobky and marks Emam’s fifth film.
“Amohom” is set to premiere in the cinemas during the Eid al-Adha movie marathon.
Emam was last seen in the 2020 film “Lis Baghdad” (The Thief of Baghdad).
“Lis Baghdad” also starred Yasmin Raeis, Salah Abdallah, Fathy Abdel Wahab, Amina Khalil, Mohamed Abdel-Rahman, Ahmed Rizk, and others.
The film is written by Tamer Ibrahim and directed by Ahmed Khaled Mousa.
Emam, born on December 16, 1984, comes from an artistic family as his father is “El Zaeem” actor Adel Emam, and the younger brother of director Rami Emam.
He went to Jesuit school before he entered the American University in Cairo, where he studied theater and acted in many roles in the university including “Atawa in El Maghmati” play directed by Mahmoud El Lozy.
Emam first began his career in the arts as a child when he co-starred in his father Adel Emam film “Hanafi El Abha” (The Magnificent Hanafi) in 1990.