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April 27, 2022 22:31 GMT
Update date: April 27, 2022 23:10 GMT
Saudi artist Khaled Al-Faraj, one of the most prominent Bollywood artists, embodied the Indian artist “Shah Rukh Khan”, as part of his reincarnation of many famous personalities in his Ramadan program “Studio 22”. and appeared
Source: Iram News
The Saudi artist Khaled Al-Faraj, one of the most prominent Bollywood artists, embodied the Indian artist “Shah Rukh Khan”, as part of his reincarnation of many famous personalities in his Ramadan program “Studio 22”.
Al-Farraj appeared in the program broadcast on the MBC channel, dressed in clothes resembling Shah Rukh Khan’s, and appeared with features similar to the Indian artist, surrounded by a group of fans who expressed their admiration and love for him in a representative scene similar to reality.
“Al-Faraj” appeared on the stage with one of the awards he had received, as did “Shah Rukh Khan” before he moved to perform a singing and dancing segment with one of the artists in the Indian style.
Al-Faraj embodied the character of US President Joe Biden in a previous episode, and achieved millions of views in the United States of America, less than 24 hours after its publication.
The “Biden” imitation episode provoked wide global reactions, and great American interactions, at the political and media levels, including Congress, and various political circles in the United States.
The artist “Al-Faraj” appeared in the character of Biden, speaking in English about the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, but he made several mistakes, such as mentioning the name of Spain instead of Russia, and he fell asleep at other times, while “Kamala” corrected him, and corrected the positions derived from famous real mistakes. to its head.
In another exciting episode, Al-Farraj embodied the personality of the former Lebanese Minister of Information, George Kordahi, in a simulation of two programs. The first is “Shuaib Parliament,” the program in which the Lebanese minister’s statements caused the famous crisis between Lebanon and the Gulf states, led by Saudi Arabia, and the second is his famous information program. Cultural “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”.
When asked about his statements regarding Yemen and the Houthis, “Al-Farraj” replied sarcastically, impersonating Qardahi: “I did not say that the war was absurd. Rather, I said that the Houthi group is poor, and they deserve to be beaten. On this occasion, our greetings to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and to the Saudi people.”
It is noteworthy that “Studio 22” is a satirical program shown for the second season in a row, directed by Muhammad Daham Al-Shammari, supervised by Khalaf Al-Harbi, and starring: Habib Al-Habib, Majid Mutreb, Abdul Aziz Al-Nassar, Khaled Al-Mudhaffar, Khaled Al-Faraj, Heba Hussein, Taghreed Al-Huwaish, and Al-Anoud Saud, Reem Abdullah as a guest on the episodes, and others.