Lara Al Safadi living a love story.
Jordanian actress Lara Al Safadi recently participated in the social television drama series C[pounds sterling]Bint Al NoorC[yen] (The Daughter of the light) that was aired on the Dubai satellite channel. Her latest project will be playing the role of C[pounds sterling]RahmahC[yen] in the second part of the Bedouin drama series C[pounds sterling]Ras GhlaisC[yen].
The first part of the Bedouin drama was shown in the holy month of the Ramadan 2006. The second part is produced by the CyArab Communication and Production CenterC[yen] in Jordan and it will be directed by Shalan Dabas.
According to the London daily Elaph, the character C[pounds sterling]RahmahC[yen] is considered to be one of the main roles in the second part where she plays the daughter of the tribe leader CySheikh EdaijCO and she gets kidnapped on the night of her engagement by C[pounds sterling]GhlaisC[yen]. C[pounds sterling]RahmahC[yen] manages to run away from C[pounds sterling]GhlaisC[yen] with the help of C[pounds sterling]SaqerC[yen] that is played by the Jordanian actor Abed Al Karim Al Jarah.
LaraCOs new role is considered to be one of the outstanding roles in her acting career. She has played various roles throughout her acting career like historical, social and Bedouin roles that were also produced by the C[pounds sterling]Arab Communication and Production CenterC[yen].
A number of the Bedouin stars will be starting in the new series C[pounds sterling]Ras GhlaisC[yen] like Rashid Asaf, Shayesh Naimi, Naderah Emran, Suhair Fahed, Muhammad Al Abadi, Munther Rayahneh, MAjed Al Zawahreh, Muhammad Al Ibrahimy, Dawood Jalal, Nariman Abed Al Karim and Yousif Yousif.A[umlaut] 2008 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
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