Ghada Adel

After another huge success in her Eid movie ‘Casablanca,’ Ghada Adel continues to shine on the silver screen. The renowned star is packing more surprises for her fans with her upcoming role in the awaited movie ‘Welad Rizk 2’ (Sons of Rizk 2) and her role in the TV series ‘Mamlaket Eblees’ (Kingdom of Satan).  The stunning actress talks about her life, her career and how she manages to remain on top of her career despite being a mother of four boys and a girl.

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Rania Youssef

Rania Youssef was the talk of everyone in Cairo and internationally as well after she wore a beautiful but rather revealing dress to the Cairo International Film Festival and faced threats of being sued for it. Insight met the beautiful 45 year old actress to discuss the ordeal and how she dealt with it as well as her future plans and how she handles being a mother of two girls and the work and social media frenzy around her these days.

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Razan El Moghrabi

After her grand return to MBC Masr, Razan El Moghrabi continues to surprise us with new colours and flavours we’re seeing her try for the first time. The iconic celebrity now presents the show ‘El Laeeb’ (The Athlete), which revolves around sports and entertainment. She’s also recently stunned us with yet another villainous performance in ‘Rasayel’ (Visions), which she talks to us about in more details.  The multi-lingual star talks career, motherhood and visiting her dark places in her handpicked antagonist roles.

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Maya-Nassar

The entrepreneur and fitness icon, Maya Nassar, has never failed to impress with her stunning physique and excellent strategies to help others lose about as much weight as she once did before she made it this far. Start Living Right is Nassar’s free mobile application, which guides users through their fitness journey with everything from diet plans, tips and tricks, to a broad range of health facts and encouragement from the growing community. The award-winning model has also recently had a baby! Nassar talks to us about how she got back in shape after pregnancy, and gives us a bit of advice on how to implement a healthier lifestyle.

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Ghada Adel

After making the A-List and going on a hit-making streak, Ghada Adel continues taking the lead in both cinema and television. While she recently surprised us with her natural performance as a TV host in Ta3ashabshai (Come Over for a Cuppa), she’s packing more surprises with her upcoming role in the film Nadi El Regal El Serri (Secret Men’s Club). We caught Ghada Adel lounging on the beach; soft-spoken as she is with an occasional ripping laugh, she let us in on what she’s up to these days, gave us some beauty advice, and told us how she manages as a mother and film star.

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Allaa Lasheen

When you think of national TV, perhaps the first image that comes forward is the vintage Channel One logo and some lifeless shows revolving around outdated topics – but this is no longer the case. Local channels have seen a major improvement in the last few years both in content and cinematography, and it’s all thanks to the competent team of media icons stepping up their game on previously dying channels, which are now flourishing with top-notch content akin to their satellite competitors. It’s people like Allaa Lasheen, who managed to etch an imprint in local media by leaving privatised channels behind, and making use of their rich experience in modernising and renovating national TV. We have seen her in ‘Retoosh’, a show that helped women regain their confidence; ‘Mahadish Beyakolha Bil Sahel’ (It’s Not a Piece of Cake) with famous chef Richard Koury, and ‘El Miraya’ (The Mirror), where she introduced us to superstars from a different perspective. Lasheen is now known for her ‘Alou We Olna’ (He Said, She said); a light-hearted show featuring Egypt’s biggest stars. We had a quick Q&A with Lasheen on why she made the shift to national TV, what plans she has for the coming seasons of her show, and the improvement local channels have seen over the past few years. 

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