This year, fantasy enthusiasts have a reason to rejoice with Gawdar, starring the ever-charismatic Yasser Galal, the talented Yasmine El Raeis, and the beautiful Nour. It offers a unique blend of genre-bending excitement, Yasser Galal's charming performance, a captivating mystery, and a visually stunning world. 


The Casting

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All of the casting is perfectly aligned with the story, from Nour's brand new look as the witch to Yasmine El Raeis as witty Shahrazad. Of course, the star of the show, Yasser Galal, is a powerhouse of talent known for his range. In Gawdar, he brings his charisma to the forefront, portraying the valiant Gawdar El Masri and King Shahrayar. 


The Story

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The first few episodes of Gawdar leave viewers with tantalising cliffhangers every day. The series mainly tells the story of the famous One Thousand and One Nights. It delves deeper into the mysteries surrounding the mythical treasure and the forces that seek to control it. Prepare to be enthralled by a plot filled with twists, turns, and unexpected revelations.


The Cinematography 

Gawdar's creators have gone above and beyond to create a visually stunning world with breathtaking sets, special effects, and costumes. These elements transport viewers to the heart of the story, making it enjoyable for viewers of all ages.


The Fantasy and CGI 

Egyptian television rarely delves into the realm of high fantasy without looking a bit odd. Gawdar breaks the mould, offering a refreshing departure from the usual dramas and sitcoms. The series transports viewers to a world filled with mythical creatures, hidden treasures, and thrilling quests, with stunning CGI that will leave viewers mesmerised. 


The Main Reason 

Gawdar is more than just an exciting adventure. The series explores themes of courage, determination, and the importance of fighting for what you believe in. Gawdar El Masri's journey reminds us to stand up for what's right, even in the face of overwhelming odds (like mermaids and dragons and talking trees—we know it's weird)