Modassem Al-Nahar celebrates 4 million followers in her own way and Zahra is excited about Salon 2 (VIDEO)
Mada Post – Editorial Board
The Syrian artist celebratedModassem al-NahrHis follower count on social networking site “Instagram” has reached four million followers.
Mutassim Al-Nahar expressed his happiness and thanked his followers in a post with a video clip of him celebrating with a cake shaped like a king’s crown and flying two balloons in the shape of the number 4 and the letter M.
The Syrian artist wrote in his comments on the video, expressing his love for his fans: “Thank you for the sweet surprise, 4 million honest and true lovers.
Moatasem Al-Nhar’s post received a wide range of interactions from his followers who expressed deep love for him, stressing that he is a creative artist who deserves all the best and love.
Among the comments: “And we love you so much, King”, “You deserve all the love”, “From victory to great victory, King, King”, “God willing, a thousand congratulations, dear Mudassim, you deserve all the best wishes, sweet star.”
Many of his colleagues interacted with him, including the artist Qusai Qouli, Safa Sultan and Talal Mardini, who wrote “Greetings, Love” and Ayman Abdel Salam: “Greetings, Habib al-Qalb”.
Modassem Al-Nahar excited his fans for Zahra Salon 2
The artist, Motassem Al-Nahar, excited his fans for the second part of the “Sahra Salon” series, in which he co-starred with the Lebanese star “Nadine Enjeem”, where Al-Nahar posted his photos on his Instagram account. With a comment he wrote in which he wrote: “Hello, my head, our date is near, Anas Salon.” Zahra, Motachem an-Nahar.
Zahra Salon: A co-production written by Nadine Jaber, directed by Joe Bou Eid and produced by Al-Sabah Art Production Company. In its first season, it had only 15 episodes and starred: Nadine Nassib Njeim, Moatasem Al-Nhar, Gina Maki, Tony Issa, Lynn Cara and others.
The events of the series revolved around the women’s stories, problems and obsessions in a comedic and dramatic style, and partly shed light on the explosion of the port of Beirut and the damage to the Zahra salon.
“Zahra Salon” gained great popularity last summer, and many expressed their appreciation for the end of the series, praising the author’s ability to present a unique plot that does not repeat itself, which attracts the audience to follow the development of the story. Others saw the ending as disappointing and incomprehensible and missing its chains.
For his part, the author of the work revealed that the scenes deleted from the script were not filmed, which would answer the viewer’s questions about the last episode, hinting that it might not have been filmed due to lack of time.
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