Mahmoud Nasr in the Egyptian dialect for the first time in the series “60 Minutes”

Mahmoud Nasr in the Egyptian dialect for the first time in the series “60 Minutes”
Mahmoud Nasr in the Egyptian dialect for the first time in the series “60 Minutes”

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Syrian artist Mahmoud Nasr has contracted to star in the series “60 Minutes”, and will play his role for the first time in the Egyptian dialect, and filming will begin in Beirut soon, according to what a source from the work team confirmed to be shown on the “Shahid” platform. For CNN in Arabic.

In the series, Nasr plays the role of a famous psychiatrist who lives a quiet and stable life, before he and his wife, played by the Egyptian actress Yasmine Rais, suffer an accident that turns their lives upside down.

“60 Minutes” belongs to the type of short works, the events of which revolve in the form of suspense and excitement, and the series is written by Muhammad Hisham Obeya, directed by Maryam Ahmadi, and also includes on the list of its heroes the Egyptian artists Sawsan Badr and Sherine Reda, and other actors.

The Egyptian public discovered the Syrian artist Mahmoud Nasr for the first time as “Sultan Selim the First” in the series “Kingdoms of Fire”, and he was highly praised for his performance of this role.

Nasr achieved great successes in the Syrian drama, from which he launched into a wider space through a number of starring roles he presented in joint Arab works, the most recent of which was the role of “Mishaal” in the series “Beirut’s Batch”.

 
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