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In Photos: Premiere of thriller Welad Rizk 2

The film is one of several big-name sequels on screens this Eid season, alongside El-Fil El-Azraq 2 (The Blue Elephant 2) and El-Kenz 2 (The Treasure 2)

Ahram Online , Saturday 10 Aug 2019
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New crime thriller Welad Rizk 2 (Sons of Rizk 2) held its premiere at a cinema in 6 October on Wednesday.

The new release is the sequel to a popular hit from summer 2015.

Attending the premiere were director Tarek El-Erian, and cast Ahmed Ezz, Khaled El-Sawey, Amro Yousuf, Ahmed Dawoud and Karim Qasem.

Syrian singer Assala Nasri, who sings the film’s theme song, was also in attendance.                           

 Welad Rizk 2

Other celebrities also attended, including president of the Cairo International Film Festival Mohamed Hezfi.

There are several other big-name sequels on screens this Eid season: El-Fil El-Azraq 2 (The Blue Elephant 2) and El-Kenz 2 (The Treasure 2).

 Welad Rizk 2

 Welad Rizk 2

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