Video- Layla Ahmed Zahir performs Heneidy on TikTok


Imane Mandour In the news, celebrity life

Publication date: Monday, March 23, 2020 – 16:18

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        Young artist Laila Ahmed Zaher has been constantly making new videos available on TikTok since she joined him recently.<p>Also read: <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Ahmed Zahir's daughter undergoes surgery</a>

Layla shared her audience with a new video in which he took the scene of the artist Mohamed Heneidy with the artist Ghassan Matar, from the movie “Amir of the Seas”.

@ lailazaher2 ## lailaahmedzaher ## funnyvideos ## mohamed_henedy lama 7ad ys2alni mabts2alish lehh? @officialhenedy

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It is reported that after the absence of years of absence from participating in the artwork, the young artist Laila Zahir announced her return to acting again, to run in the Ramadan race 2020 through the series “Fatwa”.

The series is co-starring with Yasser Galal, Diab, Naglaa Badr, Riad El Khouly, Mai Omar, Magdy Fekry, Ahmed Khalil Adel Al Far, Maher Nassar, Safwa.

Its events revolve around a mixture of social drama and action during the pre-100 years of the aesthetic district, and reveals the scenes of the world of bullies and the popular neighborhood, and deals with several social issues and power struggles over the man who warms him from the oppression of the bulls.

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