Kazem El-Saher gets millions: Kazem El-Saher has revealed that he received 5 million pounds for appearing in a television interview with Mona El-Shazly and 11 million pounds for a North Coast concert, the Egyptian Opera House, without payment. Well, I paid him 8 million pounds for his last concert last week… Kazem El Saher is an artist in every way the word means art, discipline, and merit, not a loss of millions.
Proficient in Kuwaiti Dialect: One of the Bahraini actresses, she is common in most Kuwaiti serials and I thought she was Kuwaiti actress Reem Rahma. She starred in the series “Hasawi Al-Dar” in 1997 when she was young… She excelled in mastering the Kuwaiti dialect over most of the pre-Kuwaiti Bahraini actresses. I wish her even more success.
The important thing is that you are doing better than him: the well-known musician Amr Mostafa released a new song and blamed his colleague Amr Diab, who described him as “jedo” as the face of people and platforms. A monster voice and leak his songs. He added: I will win against you, a new campaign method.
His concert decides his fate: despite calls to cancel his concert in Lebanon, singer Rakeb Allama is reviving it in Egypt. He explained that the attacks against him took place because he had acquired Emirati citizenship and shifted his residence there, and that his assailants were not identified. He asserted: “He who attacked me did not understand my words, and there are those who twisted my words.” He added that he is still protected with his Lebanese nation… The problem with Rakeb Alama is that he is only Lebanese and does not belong. For any party or faction, this is not acceptable in Lebanon, but if his concert is successful in Lebanon, we know that the Lebanese support the idea of loyalty only to his country. I wish him success, it’s an exciting party.
The first artist to admit her age: “With you” audience was stunned, presented by Mona El-Shazli with the artist Ruby. He claims to be 40 years old, born in 1981, and of Saudi descent. , and her real name is Rania.. It is these encounters that attract viewers, but the seriousness and valuable information are clearly out of date. Nahed Al-Sheikh: A talented Bahraini presenter who has been absent from Bahraini television for a few years, a failed decision on the pretext of giving a chance to the new generation regardless of her prestige and fame. I stood up to him and attacked Bahrain TV because of this decision. I am happy to have him back as he is a talented broadcaster and screen presence… Thanks to the new minister Dr. Ramzan Ali for correcting this matter but there are many wrongs that need to be rectified and I will direct all actions of the authority on Bahrain TV channel to the Ministry of Information and the Authority for Culture and Antiquities. Hope to cooperate, it’s normal. Get things right, Dr. Ramzan.
Bahraini Art Stories – The problem of producing songs in Bahrain: When I visited Cairo, I asked musicians: Do you record Bahraini songs?! They responded in the negative and said we only record songs by Saudi and Kuwaiti artists. As for the Kuwaitis, only Nabil Shuwail and Abdullah Ruwaish. First, it clarifies the current situation of the Gulf song, many concerts without any new songs, and hastily to appear on their platforms, where are the artists themselves the product? In Bahrain, the song has disappeared. The singers have completely disappeared. Personally, I don’t blame the Bahraini singers, the movement has been stagnant for two decades and they are considered poor artists by the regime. If the Bahraini song is to be revived, it needs to be supported in the name of patriotism, and to leave it like this is a disservice to our Bahraini identity. The problem is, I don’t know who to take my call from: the Ministry of Information, which shamelessly declares no budget except for staff salaries or what some believe is traditional authority? Production, I see, is not her forte. Hence, the Supreme Council of Arts was established by the government to maintain the plastic arts. There is no specific party that will appeal for the preservation of the Bahraini song.
The Most Beautiful Verses: Words by Magdi Al-Najjar, composed by Hassan Abu Al-Saud, sung by Hani Shaker, from the aesthetic of lyrics (if you will).
If you truly love
I was standing in the air
I don’t see my heart hurt in the middle of the fire
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