Al-Kandari one of powerful music distributors
KUWAIT CITY, March 2: Artiste Zahra Al Kharji says she is very excited about her new work and said she hopes she can satisfy her followers, reports Al-Rai daily. “In (Sama Alia), I embody a new role for a distinguished character, in which I completely differ from the rest of my work, and it will constitute one big leap in terms of my drama record.”
Al-Kharji said the series portray the real life of the Kuwaitis and the unique social situation of its kind, since the events revolve around tangible facts, including the problems of generations with the presence of a compassionate mother who loves her children, which makes things develop in a dramatic, social, and humanitarian framework in a deep way.
Many aspects reveal human relations and their passage over time in situations involving Kuwaitis and foreigners. She explained the work scheduled to be presented during Ramadan is directed by Mohamed Dahham Al-Shammari, the story, scenario and dialogue is by Saleh Al Nabhan and Sheikha bin Amer.
Those participating in the series from Kuwait are Hamad Al-Omani, Shaima Suleiman, Jassim Al-Nabhan, Fawz Al-Shatti, Suleiman Al-Yassin, Intisar Al-Sharah, Abdullah Al-Turkmani and from Egypt Ahmed Keshk, Hamed Al-Sharab, Nada Adel and Shaima Suleiman. Meanwhile, artiste Yaqoub Al-Kandari is one of the most powerful Kuwaiti music distributors who have become a great artistic asset by working with the well-know young singers, reports Al-Anba daily. He also entered the world of melodies and has earned the distinction for himself for playing several instruments, especially the piano.
Speaking to Al-Anba Al-Kandari, said his new works will be a variety ‘Classics and folk’. He went on to say his followers, expect him to work in tandem with the creative artiste and star Ibrahim Dashti, with the song ‘Be’ism Al-Karama’.