The last episode of the series “Blow Mawalim” ended with a bloody scene. When Jaber (Muhammad Ragab) arrived at the villa to take Laila (Hajar Ahmed) to the hospital to give birth, she was shot and Laila was shot and she was about to give birth in a moving scene, where Laila fell In Jaber’s bosom amid his cries and his collapse, and fortunately, Laila did not die in the first moments after she was shot, and Jaber took her to the emergency room, and she immediately entered the operating room.
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The 44th episode of the series witnessed a sudden change in the relationship of Jaber (Muhammad Rajab) and Laila (Hajar Ahmed), where Jaber bought her a villa and surprised her with a birthday party, in the presence of all her friends, and told her that he would fulfill her desire to divorce her, but Laila’s reaction was unexpected. And she confessed her love for him, after she found greed and fear for her and standing by her in her crisis.
She resorted to bragging to Jaber to help him solve the problem that Salma (Yasmine Al-Bashbishi) was suffering from, and her exposure to blackmail from a person who had photographed her with Yahya (Youssef Wael Nour) at home before his death, and asked her to shoot hot videos of her, so Jaber asked Salma to meet this person and talk to him and record this Talking, he reported and arrested.
The episode also witnessed Jaber’s shock in Omar Salah’s friend (Mohamed Nagati), who confessed to betraying him in favor of Mansour (Mohamed Ezz), so that Jaber expelled him from the company and bemoaned their friendship and the loss of a friend and brother to him, and at the same time Jaber achieved great success in contracting, and his company becomes the largest in Market, after receiving the most important tender he enters into.
The series “Moalem Blow” written by Ahmed Abdel Fattah, directed by Ismail Farouk and produced by Synergy Company, and starring: Mohamed Ragab, Mai Selim, Mohamed Nagati, Riad El-Khouly, Rania Farid Shawky, Hajar Ahmed, Mohamed Ezz, Mohsen Mansour, Salwa Othman, Enaam Salousa Yasmine Al-Bashbishi, Doaa Rajab, Muhammad Al-Sawy and a number of other artists, and its events take place in a popular context.