Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2019 : Aladdin " A long missing uncle" Ep.2

Good evening or Good afternoon or Good morning where ever you are now and reading this post.

Tonight we will start a new tale or rather an old tale you know very well , tonight we will continue the second tale for this Ramadan , the tale of Aladdin.

I can’t ignore the buzz Mina Massoud is creating online in Egypt especially with his pinned tweet speaking about how the music of Abdel Halim Hafez was played on Aladdin set and his message to the Egyptian people and its nationalistic finale.

His Egyptian Arabic is much better than Ramy Malek FYI.

To be honest , I am not so optimistic about Aladdin as a live action film with all its colors and style but I am glad that another actor of an Egyptian-origin is making headlines in the world.

Anyhow without further ado , here is the second episode of Aladdin and the magical lamp or episode no.153 of the Egyptian State Radio’s One Thousand and One Nights show in Arabic after the break.

Aladdin and a strange man claiming to be  his uncle "Walter Crane"
Aladdin and a strange man claiming to be
his uncle "Walter Crane"
And there is some mysterious old man watching Aladdin who is watching his friends playing a shot put.
This old man begins to ask another young man about Aladdin , he knows now the name of Aladdin’s father , what he worked and where he lived.
Then the old man heads to Aladdin pretending to his long missing rich uncle who is devastated for the loss of his brother.

He gives the young man two dinars telling him that he would visit him and his mother next day.
At first , Aladdin’s mother does not believe that story but in the end she believes that her husband has got some rich brother.
Next day comes and the man does not  show but meets Aladdin at the shot put game. He tells him that he will pass by his house later that evening giving him another two dinars 

Tomorrow night we will know what this mysterious man wants from Aladdin.

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