Staring Yasmine Sabry, this action-drama is this year’s must-see. A story of a girl, who after witnessing a murder committed by a family member, the direction of her life radically changes. And ofcourse, there’s a love issue, too, to make matters more complicated.
After everything that Selim Al-Ansary (played by Amir Karaara) has been through, he finally decided to submit his resignation from his work at the Ministry of Interior Affairs. After profusely objecting to his decision, General Galal Khattab reluctantly accepted his resignation. Selim now moves to co-found a security services company with Akram Safwaan (played by Hesham Selim). As co-founders, their minor management differences gradually start taking a serious downturn and their power struggle intensifies, threatening that the co-founders might become enemies.
A female engineer (played by Yasmine Abdel-Aziz) is married to a police officer and has a daughter and a son. Together they lead a family life that is unique to their different characters and their day-to-day coping with life’s events is as interesting as it is dramatic.
The series examines a number of issues related to the Arab society, especially the Egyptian one, the most important of which is the problem of terrorism and how this issue is handled.
AKA the Mohamed Ramadan show: In the “Year of the Earthquake -1992” in Egypt, a man’s house gets demolished due to this major tremor. The problem is that he had just finished paying his last installment for his purchased house and the seller had been delaying giving him his house deed for some time. The buyer sadly dies after the earthquake and his son is unable to prove his right to inherit the land on which the house was built. The situation escalates further when the seller refuses to cooperate and provide the son with proof of ownership of the land, and it is further entangled with the love story that the seller discovers between his daughter and the son of the owner of the lost house.
The show tells the story of Baraka, a man coming from South Egypt who lives in Cairo with his mother. With time, he starts borrowing lots money and gets into trouble with prominent people. His mother and his neighbour, who is also his lover, are the only ones who help him.
An upper-Egyptian who lives on the border of the poverty line decides to earn an honest living by having two jobs: A teacher at a public school during the day, and a taxi driver in the evening. Yet, through his struggle to make ends meet he falls into the pit of drug trade.
Adham (played by Yasser Galaal) is a boxer who uses his physical robustness in criminal activities which drives him to repent and choose a good life in which he could enjoy peace and social stability. In order to achieve this life betterment, he has to stand up to the pressure of the mobsters that want to keep his illicit services.
A young man who lives in a slum has been named “Hogan” by his neighbours who knew about his super strength abilities. They would see him moving cars with has bare hands, or twisting metal coins with his fingers or teeth, and he is a popular eater of glass. Hogan’s popularity would keep rising to extend beyond his neighbourhood and into elite societies when his life would never be the same.
Abu-Gabal and his family live a life that puts a lot of stress on him. As a reaction to all the uncomfortable circumstances in which he lives with his family, he starts losing control over himself and this is when life becomes so much tougher for him.