Banat Al-Thanawiya on Dubai TV this Ramadan الرواية الكويتية بنات الثانوية تم تحويلها لمسلسل رمضاني

الرواية الكويتية الناجحة “بنات الثانوية” تم تحويلها لمسلسل تلفزيوني بينعرض في رمضان على تلفزيون دبي

أعلن تلفزيون دبي عن انضمام المسلسل الخليجي الجديد “بنات الثانوية”، إلى قائمة الأعمال والمسلسلات الدرامية المقرر عرضها خلال شهر رمضان المقبل، والمسلسل سيناريو وحوار محمد النشمي وإخراج سائد الهواري، وبطولة كل من شهد، أبرار سبت، نجوى الكبيسي، ابتسام العطاوي، فرح، مسك، عبد الله بو شهري، فؤاد علي، عبد الإمام عبد الله، فاطمة الحوسني، غرور، عبير الجندي، انتصار الشراح، أحلام حسن، أمل عباس، ومشعل القملاس، وغيرهم من النجوم.

ووصف علي خليفة الرميثي المدير التنفيذي المكلف لشؤون القنوات التلفزيونية ومدير تلفزيون دبي، مسلسل “بنات الثانوية” بكونه أحد أهم المسلسلات الاجتماعية في هذا الموسم، كونه يناقش العديد من القضايا الاجتماعية والإنسانية في إطار اجتماعي شبابي، ونتوقع أن يجد القبول والمتابعة الجماهيرية لدى جمهور تلفزيون دبي الذي يحرص دائماً على انتقاء أفضل النصوص والأعمال للشهر الفضيل، مؤكداً أن المسلسل الجديد الذي بدأ تصويره أوائل الشهر الماضي في الكويت يضم نخبة من نجوم الدراما الخليجية، بالإضافة إلى العديد من الوجوه الفنية الشابة التي ستكون مفاجأة العمل الذي سيقدم نماذجاً وصوراً واقعية بعيداً عن المبالغة والتهويل غير المبرر.

وأشار الرميثي في معرض حديثه عن المسلسل الجديد، إلى فريق العمل الذي يضم المخرج الأردني سائد بشير الهواري، صاحب العديد من الأعمال الدرامية الناجحة والذي يقدم مسلسل “الجليب” لسيدة الشاشة الخليحية حياة الفهد على تلفزيون دبي هذا العام أيضاً، ويضم كذلك الكاتب المتميز محمد النشمي.

ويتوجه مسلسل “بنات الثانوية” لجميع فئات المجتمع، جامعاً بين “كوميديا الموقف” والخط الرومانسي في مسلسل مليء بالأحداث الممتعة والمشوقة، حيث تدور أحداثه حول قصص مختلفة لخمس بنات في مرحلة الدراسة الثانوية، حيث يشهد الجمهور في كل حلقة حدثاً جديداً في حياة الفتيات من ناحية طرح مشاكل المراهقات وقضاياهن ونظرتهن إلى المجتمع وللمبادئ والمعتقدات وتأثير المشاكل الأسرية والاجتماعية وكيفية هذا التأثير على حياتهن.

Great Duaa Ramadan Dararee3 معرض دعاء دزاينز لدراريع رمضان

   

انا شهادتي بهذه المصممة الكويتية المحليةمجروحة (تقدرون تقرون عنها هني)….. دعاء ديزاينز دايما تقدم احلى تصاميم الدراريع حق رمضان و العيد. موديلاتها، و الاقمشة الي تستعملهم، و التصاميم دايما أحلى من أي شي موجود بالسوق… لا يفوتكم معرض دعاء لدراريع رمضان في بيت لوذان، لمدة ٣ أيام ابتداء من اليوم… دعاء ديزاينز مايشاركون بمعارض جماعية، فلحقوا عليهم هاليومين بمعرضهم الخاص اذا تبون شي خاص و كشخة لرمضان

Duaa Designs are having a 3-day exhibition for their Ramadan Dararee3. Duaa are one of my most favorite local designers, and I’ve written about her a few times before (check here, here, and here).

Her designs are absolutely amazing, and the materials she uses are super elegant and stylish. Plus, almost every dara3a is uniquely different from anything in this collection or in the market. As far as style goes, I don’t think there’s a better local dara3a designer.

Duaa Designs

تسر دعاء ديزاين لدعوتكم لمعرض الفساتين والدراعات الرمضانيه
يوم الاحد الموافق
29/5/2011
 من الساعه 10:00 صباحا حتى 1:00 مساء
ومن الساعه ا5:00 مساء حتى 10:00 مساء
لمده ثلاثه ايام

بيت لوذان -قاعه الصفصاف

نتشرف بحضوركم

Info@Du3aa.com
Tel: 99272262

Early Ramadan Expo Opens Today افتتاح معرض هلا رمضان اليوم

   

The Hala Ramadan expo opens today, and it will be on for three days till May 12th. Visit them at the 360º’s Um Kalhthoum Hall, on the ground floor. There are a few of companies I know that are showing their work there, it’s worth it to give them a visit.

  • Make sure you check out Tashkeil’s New Independent Saudi Designers at the Expo today.
  • Also pass by Cristeaux for some gorgeous Gergai3an costumes for little boys & girls.
   

3 drunks on Jazeera Airways flight back from Bahrain

Remember when I went to Bahrain for 2 nights during 3eed holidays? Well, I was flying Jazeera, beacuse I found the ticket price to be totally unbeatable during 3eed rush.

Anyways, on the flight back to Kuwait, there were 3 young kuwaiti men with us. They were drunks as skunks, with mouths louder than radios blasted to the highest volume. They were rude, obnoxious, slightly terrifying, very vulgar. You name it, they were it.

So in case you think I’m exaggertaing, let me give you a few examples of what went on with them:

  • One of them tried to lit a cigaret while still on the plane.
  • They talked about all types of booze they drink and what bars they were at, very loudly.
  • They stated to everyone close by, repeatedly, that they don’t fast Ramadan.
  • One was grateful that he left his gun at home; because apparently, he didn’t like Jazeera airways’ staff reaction.
  • Another kept bragging that he was with 7imayat el6ayarrat or elqowwat elmosala7a, I couldn’t keep track. He kept going back and forth between those two sensitive military\intelligence agencies, so that got me lost a bit.
  • Kept bragging that no one can touch them, that Civil Aviation or Civil law doesn’t apply to their holy selves.

There were a lot of families and kids on the plane, and none of us needed to hear any of this shit.

You want to get drunk, stay home. Don’t get drunk, and be loud on a closed airplane.

At one point, I actually wished I was flying American Airlines or British. Airport security would be dragging their asses to where the sun doesn’t shine, for a really long long long time. That’ll teach them to open their mouths.

And come on Jazeera. None of your staff could do anything? The best that one of them tried to do, was to ask one of the guys to step off the bus for a minute AFTER WE LANDED. And the guy just ended up back on the bus in less than 6o seconds.

Not cool Jazeera, totally not cool. Drunk, loud, rude, gun talk, and you do NOTHING.

The ending of Zwarat 5amees

Zwarat 5amees has got to be one of the most controversial Kuwaiti series mosalsal that has aired in a very long time. You just have to go to the blogs, read the comments of posts relating to the mosalsal to get a grasp of how hugely followed it was.

I just finished watching the series finale. I know I’m late, but it has been my habit to watch it on Abu Dhabi at 2 in the morning. For me, the timing works perfectly.

Anyways, back to the finale.

I am really happy that all the boys got back to their wives, and that everyone is in love again. I love how 3iz and zozi got married. I love how the cousin is back in their lives.

What I hate, but have seriously being expecting, is that Mouza’s heart finally gave up. Her 7arrah over the love of her life, who made her live like a queen, but who still goes and marries her sister of all women is very predictable.

In my opinion her heart should’ve gone out when she went all crazy on her kids and grand kids. The betrayal is just too much for a heart to handle.

Seeing her die in the last episode, in that way, was very sad. She should’ve gotten a better closure (i.e. good old revenge). I felt sad. But that’s not new, I think everyone in Kuwait, even the men, love Mouza. She was the perfect wife, the perfect mother, and more importantly the perfect mother-in-law.

I can’t say the mosalsal was great. But it was widely  popular. It made people go back to watching mosalsalat Ramadan (people like me, I’ve got to admit that the last ramadan show I watched this closely was 5alti gmasha back in the way day).

Allah yr7am Mouza, w allah ya5ith eb 7arrat.ha men rayilha w e5it.ha.

Older related posts are here, here, and here.

An Ad without a name

Frankom had posted about an ad placed in a Saudi newspaper, where they forgot to out the store’s name on the ad. That was funny.

Well, before we start making fun of them, check this ad in today’s Al-Qabas. I had also posted yesterday about an ad that placed twice in the same paper , in the same day, on consecutive pages.

I guess someone in the ad world is getting affected by fasting in Ramadan.

E wallah a big thank you to Al-Roudhan Ramadan Tournament

The organizers of Al-Roudhan Ramadan Football Tournament have outdone themselves this year.

They brought players from the best international and soccer teams, A\C Milan & Inter Milan; have brought the best and most valuable cups and trophies from the best competitions in the world; and have entertained the audience for a whole month with fun activities and gifts.

  • Thank you for bringing A\C Milan legends.
  • Thank you for bringing FIFA Club World cup and European Super cup.
  • Thank you for bringing Inter Milan’s President and goalkeeper.
  • Thank you for bringing back the fun.

Older related posts about Al-Roudhan are here, here, and here.

A very late ad by IKEA

I found this ad in today’s Al-Watan. Laish chethi ya IKEA? Don’t you know that tomorrow’s the last day of Ramadan? What a waste of good advertising money.

Older posts about IKEA are here, here, here, and here.