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Hanan Motawie Unveils Poster for TV Series “Woud Sakhia”

Wed 08 Mar 2023 | 10:11 AM
Hanan Motawie
Hanan Motawie
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Egyptian actress Hanan Motawie unveiled Tuesday on Instagram the official poster for her upcoming TV series “Woud Sakhia” (Generous promises).

The cast also includes Nour Mahmoud, Salwa Khattab, Safaa El-Toukhi, Samar Allam, and others.

It is scripted by Ahmed Sobhi and directed by Ahmed Hassan.

"Woud Sakhia" consists of 15 episodes and is set to screen in the Ramadan 2023 drama marathon.

 Motawie is also planning to participate in the drama marathon with the TV series “Sero Bataa”.

It is helmed by Khaled Youssef and produced by the Synergy production company. The series is inspired by acclaimed playwright and novelist Youssef Idris' novel "Sero Bataa" and is considered one of the largest works scheduled to be shown during the holy month.

“Sero Bataa” takes place between modern times and during the French campaign against Egypt in 1798.

The cast features more than 60 Egyptian and Arab stars.

Egyptian stars include Ahmed Fahmy, Ahmed El Saadany, Hanan Motawie, Reem Moustafa, Hussein Fahmy, Amr Abdel Galil, Bayoumi Fouad, Salah Abdullah, Ahmed Wafik, Hala Sedky, Naglaa Badr, Menna Fadali, Ahmed Abdelaziz, Mahmoud Kabil, Aida Riad, Khaled Sarhan, Mostafa Darwish, Alaa Hosny, Nahed Rushdi, Ayman Azab, Ayman Al Shewi, Mofeed Ashour, Magdy Fekry, Mohamed El Sawy, Maysara, Khaled Selim, Sabry Abdel Moneim, Omar Zahran, Khaled Talaat, Sherif Helmy, Mahmoud Ezzat, Afaf Mustafa, and Heidi Selim.

Arab stars feature Kuwaiti singer Shams, Tunisian actress Rania Toumi, and Syrian actress Nidal Najm.

The series will also feature young talents such as Khaled Anwar, Hoda Eletreby, Mido Adel, Alhan Elmahdy, Islam Hafez, Racha Ben Maouia, Sharif Hafez, Tasneem Hany, Mido Maher, Olfat Omar, Salma Galal, Amr Moussa, Farouk Khaled, Amr Amroussi, Mahmoud Azazi, Mahmoud Al-Sharqawi, Amr Alaa, Mohamed Hassan, Ahmed Farid, and Malik.

The actress participated last Ramadan with the TV series "Wojooh".

Hanan Motawie

Motawie, born on February 23, 1979, is the daughter of acclaimed actress Soheir Al Morshedy and the late actor Karam Motawie.

She graduated from Cairo University and began her career in the 2001 TV series "Hadeeth El Sabah we el Masaa."

Motawie is known for roles in films such as "Yom W Leila", "Has", "Al Ghaba" (The Forest), "Heliopolis", and "Qas we Lazq", a performance that earned her won Best Supporting Actress.

Her television credits also include "El Qahera: Kabul", "Ella Ana" season 1, "El-Rehla", "Ded Maghool", "Halawt Al-Dunia", "Taqat Nour", "Hadha almasa", "Wanus" "Sara","Awlad El Shawarea", "Aghla men Hyati", "Azmet Sokkar", "Wekalet Ateyya".