Aly Hassan, a five-year old child, gets arrested while playing a hide-and-seek game called Khalawees with his neighbours. His father, Hassan (played by Ahmed Eid), who is a taxi driver in Cairo...Read more hurries to join his son who is about to be imprisoned in a name mix-up with another wanted escaped criminal. Hassan faces humorous situations in prison due to the presence of his son, Aly, and is torn between his female attorney trying to prove Aly's innocence and a talk-show media presenter convincing the public that Aly is the wanted criminal.
Ismail (played by Ramez Galal) works as a makeup artist at a beauty salon in Cairo. He has recently got divorced and is now raising his son on his own. When he learns that an advertising director is...Read more looking to hire a young lady, he uses his professional makeup skills to disguise as a female and he wins the role! He then falls into comic situations, one in which he gets harrassed (by Hamdy El-Wazir), that humorously highlight some women's sufferings in today's society.
In the 1950s, post-war London has The House of Woodcok, Britain's leading fashion house in which renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock is creating dresses for royalty, celebrities, heiresses and elite...Read more members of society. Reynold's sister, Cycil, manages the operations of his luxury fashion house and so much appears to be at steak for her when Reynolds falls in love with the strong-willed and ambitious Alma. For Alma to find a place in Reynold's life, she must deal with Cycil's influential presence in Reynold's life and tame his seeking of perfectionism in all details in their life.
Youssef is a young man who lives in an under-privileged part of the city. He finds a book called "Get Out Here for Me" and two of its characters materialise out of it and they start shaping Youssef's...Read more personality (played by Khaled El-Sawy and Ahmed Fathy) between kindness and aggression. While he is attempting to win the heart of his beloved Ameenah, Youssef and his new character-friends go through many obstacles with situational humour.