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Injy El Mokkaddem Reunites with Saba Mubarak in TV Series "Watar Hassas"


Fri 24 May 2024 | 10:58 AM
Injy El Mokkaddem and Saba Mubarak
Injy El Mokkaddem and Saba Mubarak
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Egyptian actress Injy El Mokkaddem is set to star alongside Jordanian actress/producer Saba Mubarak in the TV series "Watar Hassas".

The series reunites El Mokkaddem with Mubarak for the third time after 2017's season 3 of "Hekayat Banat" and 2012's TV series "Sharbat Louz". 

"Watar Hassas" also reunites Mubarak with "Ben Al Sutoor" director Wael Farag.

The series, which consists of 45 episodes, hails from scriptwriter Amin Gamal and is produced by ‎United Media Services‎.

"Watar Hassas" also witnesses El Mokkaddem making her comeback to the small screen after an absence of 3 years.

She made her last onscreen appearance in season 2 of the critically acclaimed TV series “El Ekhteyar ll” (The Choice 2), premiered in 2021 and starring Karim Abdel Aziz and Ahmed Mekky.

El Mokkaddem also guest starred in Egyptian actor Khaled El Nabawy's star-studded TV series “Rageen Ya Hawa" in 2022.

Injy El Mokkaddem

El Mokkaddem, born on July 23, 1977, is an Egyptian actress and TV host. She studied psychology at the American University in Cairo (AUC).

At the beginning of her career, she worked as a TV host and presenter on the Orbit TV network on the program “El Salem We El Thaaban” (Snake and Ladder).

El Mokkaddem also participated in presenting the show “Mesaa’k Sukr Ziyada” (Your Evening Is Extra Sugar) on the OTV station, owned by Egyptian businessman Naguib Sawiris.

She made her acting debut in 2006 TV sitcom “Ahmed Itgawiz Muna” (Ahmed Married Mona), following which she co-starred in several TV series such as “Lahazat Harega” (Critical Moments), “Haramet Ya Baba,” “Si Omar We Layla Afendy,” “Qulub” (Hearts), and Heba Rigll El Gharab” (Heba the Crow’s Foot).

El Mokkaddem is also known for her roles in TV series "Eugenie Nights", "30 Youm", "La Totfe' Al Shams", and "Saraya Abdeen".