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Nesma Mahgoub sings the new theme song of Egyptian TV series 'Ana Shahira, Ana El Kha'en'

The theme song of season one of Ana Shahira, Ana El Kha'en (I Am Shahira, I Am the Betrayer) TV series is written by Bahaa El Din Mohamed and composed by Tamer Karawan

Ahram Online , Saturday 10 Mar 2018
Nesma Mahgoub
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The new theme song for the television series Ana Shahira, Ana El Kha'en (I Am Shahira, I Am the Betrayer) is performed by star Nesma Mahgoub, written by Bahaa El Din Mohamed and composed by Tamer Karawan. 

Directed by Ahmed Medhat, scripted by Noor Abdulmajeed and produced by Hani Osama (The Producers) and Mohamed Hefzy (Film Clinic), the TV series is now airing on MBC 4, Sunday through Thursday at 6pm (KSA Time), and on CBC, Saturday through Wednesday at 8pm (Egypt Time).

Season one of 'Ana Shahira, Ana El Kha'en' stars Yasmin Raeis, Ahmed Fahmi, Mohamed Alaa, Asma Abulyazeid and Mohamed El Amrosy, along with Khaled Zaki, Ahmed Fouad Selim, Maha Abou Ouf and Hanan Sulieman.

Based on true events, 'Ana Shahira, Ana El Kha'en' tells the story from the perspectives of its two main characters, Shahira and Raouf. The first season, Ana Shahira, follows Shahira, a struggling young pharmacist, who had a past full of agonizing shocks, until it all changes when she falls in love and gets married. Shahira shares her perspective on marital relationships and how a love story could become an unforgettable lesson.

According to MAD Solutions, the series' distributor, the second season of the TV series is currently being filmed. The second season's theme song will be performed by Mohamed Nour, composed by Mohamed Nour and written by Ahmed Alaa El-Deen.

The song performed by Nesma Mahgoub is now available on the TV series' Facebook page

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