Egyptian actor Ahmed Helmy‘s 2007 comedy film “Keda Reda” is getting a sequel after 15 years.
In a statement, Helmy disclosed that a script for the sequel is currently being written.
The original film achieved commercial and critical success. It was directed by Ahmed Nader Galal from a screenplay by Ahmed Fahmy.
The film also starred Menna Shalaby, Khaled El Sawy, Lotfy Labib, and others.
“Keda Reda” followed the aftermath of a woman dying during childbirth giving to triplets, Prince, Bibo, and Semsem, leaving behind her husband, Hendi as their sole parent, who deceived people into thinking that she gave birth to a boy called Reda.
The triplets grow up to be con artists who do con jobs to collect money and travel abroad, much to the displeasure of Semsem.
The siblings’ lives change when they fall in love with a woman called Nada (Shalaby), who is unaware that she dating three men.
little did they know she was conning them alongside a psychiatrist (El Sawy) who holds therapy seasons with Semsem.
Helmy was last seen in the comedy film “Wahed Tani”.
It also stars Amr Abdel Gelil, Ruby, Nesreen Amin, Nour Ehab, and others.
Director Mohamed Shaker Khodeir is helming the film from a script by Haitham Dabbour.