Sharfat Lous – Musalsal Carabi af Soomaali ay mataleyso Yusra
Sharfat Lous – Musalsal Carabi af Soomaali ay mataleyso Yusra milestone in Yousra’s career was working with the famous Egyptian director Youssef Chahine. She acted in Chahine’s Hadduta Masreya (Egyptian Story) in 1982, Iskanderiya Kaman we Kaman (Alexandria Again and Again) in 1990, and Al Mohager (The Emigrant) in 1994. Yousra was very impressed with Chahine’s work, stating, “Youssef Chahine affected me on a personal and professional level. He is a school for anyone who works with him.”
Arab television drama or Arab soap opera (also known as “مسلسل”, musalsal, plural musalsalat) is a television form of melodramatic serialized fiction.The musalsalat are similar in style to Latin American telenovelas.They are often historical epics about Islamic figures or love stories involving class conflict and intrigue. The word musalsal literally means “chained, continuous”.
During the evenings of the month of Ramadan, after the Iftar meal is eaten to break the day’s fast, families across much of the Arab world watch these special dramas on television.