Hell in India (Gaheem fel Hind) is the top grossing film in Egyptian cinema theatres, garnering EGP 13,600 million since its release four days ago in time for Eid El-Fitr.
Directed by Moataz El-Touni, the film has broken recent records for Eid comedies over the past few years.
Starring Mohamed Adel Imam, Bayoumy Fouad, Yasmine Sabry and Ahmed Fathy, Hell in India centres on a group of researchers working on an India-based project.
Coming in second is the film 30 Years Ago (Men 30 Sana) starring Ahmed El-Sakka, Mona Zaki, Mervat Amin, grossing over EGP 1 million.
Abo Shanab, starring Yasmine Abdelaziz and Dhaffer L’Abidine, ranked as the third highest grossing Eid in film, 30 Yom Fi El-Ezz (30 days of Luxury) starring Saad El-Sagheer and Ahmed Falawkas ranked fourth, while White Honey (Assal Abyad) starring Sameh Hussein and Merhan Hussein came in fifth.
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