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Dhafer L'Abidine Is the New Face of the Fashion Brand HA

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In the Memory of Its Owner

Dhafer L'Abidine Is the New Face of the Fashion Brand HA


Tunisian star Dhafer L'Abidine became one of the faces of the Tunisian fashion brand HA owned by Hamadi Abid who passed away a few months back. L'Abidine revived Abid's memory on his Facebook account.

Currently, L'Abidine is starring in two of Ramadan's TV series; Halawat Al Dounia by Hussein El-Minabbawi,and Caramel by Elie F. Habib, which are among the most-watched in the first days of Ramadan.

Halawat Al Dounia stars Dhafer L'Abidine, Hend Sabry, Hanan Motawie, Anoushka and Ragaa Al-Giddawy. The TV series is directed by Hussein El-Minabbawi, written by Sama Ahmed and Engy Kassem under the supervision of screenwriter Tamer Habib and produced by Beelink Productions and Eagle Films.

Together with L'Abidine, Caramel features stars Maguy Bou Ghosn, Talal El Jordi, Jessy Abdo, Carmen Lebbos and Carine Salameh. Caramel is directed by Elie F. Habib, written by Mazen Taha and produced by Eagle Films. The TV series marks the second collaboration between L'Abidine and Lebanese actress Maguy Bou Ghosn after 24 Qirat TV series. Caramel tells a number of love stories with strange and interesting events.

L'Abidine is also continuing his international acting career, and lately, he finished filming his scenes for the two British TV series Fearless and Crossing the Borders, which were filmed between England and Spain.

It's worth mentioning that L'Abidine starred in Al Khoroug TV drama in Ramadan 2016. L'Abidine landed his Egyptian cinematic debut in the Egyptian action comedy film Esmat Abu Shanab alongside Egyptian star Yasmin Abdelaziz, which generated more than EGP 20 million in the Egyptian box office.