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The idea of ​​the prank next Ramadan was invented by Turki Al Sheikh

The idea of ​​the prank next Ramadan was invented by Turki Al Sheikh

The Egyptian artist, Ramez Jalal, surprised followers of his famous prank programs in the month of Ramadan that the version of his program for the year 2022 was an idea created by the head of the General Authority for Entertainment in Saudi Arabia, Counselor Turki Al-Sheikh..

Jalal said that the idea of ​​his new program for pranks in Ramadan 2022, which is broadcast on MBC Egypt, was invented by Turki Al-Sheikh, as well as under his supervision, as every year, according to the Saudi “Al-Rijl” magazine..

Ramez Jalal’s statements came on the sidelines of his inauguration of the “Ramez Experience” in “Riyadh Boulevard”, which gives visitors the experience of his dumps in his previous programs..

The “Ramez Experience” was launched on February 20, and will continue until March 31.

Last January, Ramez Jalal denied his retirement from presenting prank programs for the month of Ramadan, on the sidelines of his attendance at an award ceremony. “Joy” In the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

Jalal confirmed in televised statements that he can only be present during Ramadan.

And at a party “Joy”Ramez Jalal received the award for the “most watched program” from Turki Al-Sheikh, and upon receiving an award at the ceremony from the head of the General Authority for Entertainment in Saudi Arabia, he joked about the bright red jacket he was wearing, telling him: “You are wearing a jacket with “sequins.”

And the last of Ramez Jalal’s programs was “Ramez Aqla Taar”, which was shown last Ramadan, and it was filmed completely in the Saudi capital, Riyadh..

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