The second part of “The Bride of Beirut” witnesses Adam’s takeover of the Al-Daher family palace and the escalation of the mother’s domination


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Beirut – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: The first part of the series “Bride of Beirut”, which spanned 85 episodes, ended its last episode with the scene of Khalil Al-Daher (Joe Trad) and his half-brother Adam (Ahmad Al-Ahmad), shaking hands and vowing revenge against Fares (Dhafer Abdin), According to leaks from the second part of the series, which is being filmed in Istanbul, the relationship between Khalil and Adam is witnessing a great development that leads to the relapse of the Al-Daher family, its bankruptcy and its exit from the palace, and Adam’s acquisition of the “Fawzi Al-Daher” family.

According to the leaks (which appear to have depended on the original version of the series), the second part of the series will begin with Naya “Maram Ali’s exit from the hospital and her return, accompanied by her daughter to the palace. Nayas psychological situation is getting worse as she continues to refuse her child, which leads her mother-in-law, Laila (Takla Shimon), to intervene and transfer the responsibility of raising the child to Thuraya (Carmen Sibis), who is hostile to Naya. In turn, she will be rich in a new baby girl.

Nayas tragedy increases as her husband Khalil becomes bored with her behavior as he searches for a new love relationship.

From the interesting and comical events, the relationship between Dalia Aunt Soraya (Rania Silwan) and Talal Musaed Fares (Alaa Al-Zoubi) will continue and develop.

The authoritarian mother, Laila, who is enjoying the lawyer’s efforts (whom she loved when she was young), will restore the old relationship, but she will face new crises, including her young son Jad (Jad Abu Ali) marrying the minors working in Basma (Leah Lombardi).

The series, while filming the second part, lost one of its actors, the Syrian artist Mahmoud Bilal, who died from a sudden health crisis. The artist Mahmoud Bilal appeared in some scenes of the first part, as he embodied the role of Fawzi in his appearance in the Al-Daher Company.

It is noteworthy that the series “Bride of Beirut” is the Arabic version of the Turkish series “Bride of Istanbul”, which was shown in 2017 and concluded in the summer of 2019.


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