Ara­bic movie treats to watch for over Eid

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tures Egyp­tian star Ahmed El Sakka as an un­der­world fig­ure on the run af­ter being framed for mur­der­ing a busi­ness as­so­ci­ate. He and a fel­low fugi­tive, played by Ghada Adel, seem­ingly de­stroy half of Cairo, as they race to find the real cul­prit be­fore being caught. Ex­pect lots of ex­plo­sions, spec­tac­u­lar stunts and a po­lice car or two crash­ing into the Nile. There are plenty of re­gional productions of­fer­ing ac­tion, drama and com­edy ro on New Year’s Day. The timely tale tells the story of Khaled Al Da­jwi (Mo­hamed Ra­madan) who be­comes rad­i­calised and joins a ter­ror cell. With prepa­ra­tions for a ma­jor at­tack un­der way, Khaled begins to ques­tion his mo­ti­va­tion when he dis­cov­ers his younger brother wants to fol­low in his foot­steps.

Cour­tesy Hawar

All aboard for laughs in Tafash We Arba’een Harami.

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