Musa, the 21st episode … Why did Ahmed Saad not appear at Sumaya Al-Khas’s wedding?

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09:12 PM

Monday 03 May 2021

I wrote – Yasmine El-Sharkawy:

The dmc channel showed the 20th episode of the series “Musa”, starring the artist Mohamed Ramadan. The events of episode 21 witnessed many developments, which we review in the following lines:

– The episode began when Musa asked for “their sweetness” from her brother, the teacher, Heba, and the latter reluctantly agreed.

– He arranges “Wahba”, a plot against Moses, which is an attempt to kill him on his wedding night against his sister “their sweetness”.

– Shafiqa, the Basha’s sister, tells the secret of the forbidden room in which her husband keeps his mother’s body, and his sister and the doctor go to take the body and bury it in a legal manner.

– Their sweetness is preparing for the wedding of Musa, and on the night of henna, her brother’s son tells her that his mother is plotting her through “henna” and asks her not to put henna on her hand.

Musa imagines that “Najat,” his first girlfriend, appears to him and talks about their relationship, and asks him that she forgot me and she is married, then he tells her that he did not and will not forget her.

– Musas wedding and their sweetness begins, and during the ceremony, one of the people with whom the teacher “Wahba” agreed to kill Moses, and the episode ends at that.

It is noteworthy that the artist Mohamed Ramadan promoted today’s episode of Musa by publishing pictures from the wedding, in which the artist Ahmed Saad, Sumaya al-Khashab’s ex-husband, appeared, and with the audience waiting for “Saad” to appear in the episode, the events of the episode ended with the appearance of the person who wanted to kill Musa.

It is expected that the 22nd episode of Moussa will complete the rest of the wedding scenes, as well as the appearance of Ahmed Saad.

The series “Musa”, starring: Muhammad Ramadan, Sumaya al-Khashab, Sayed Ragab, Riad Al-Khouli, Munther Rehana, Tara Emad, Heba Majdi, and Moufid Ashour. Written by Nasser Abdel Rahman and directed by Muhammad Salama.





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