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|Directed by||Khaled Youssef|
Ghadah 'Abd Al-Raziq
'Umru 'Abd Al-Jalil
'Abd Al-Aziz Makhyoun
Dokkan Shehata (Shehata shop) is an Egyptian drama film produced in 2009. The main actors in this film are Muhammad Hamidah, 'Umaru Sa'ad, Ghadah 'Abd Al-Raziq, Haifa Wehbe, 'Umru 'Abd Al-Jalil, Tariq 'Abd Al-'Aziz, and 'Abd Al-Aziz Makhyoun. The film was produced by Khaled Youssef.
Khalid Youssef alleged that there was a dirty plot to limit the film's financial success. Despite getting financial success in theatres, many of them withdrew Dokkan Shehata, supposedly to show other films such as Al-Farah (The Wedding Party) and Bobbos. He alleges theatrical distribution tycoons are responsible for "killing" it. The film also was reported by a number of commentators to have predicted the Egyptian revolution of 2011 
In the first three weeks after its release, Dokkan Shehata grossed L.E. 9 million in revenues. It was second to Omar & Salma starring Tamer Hosny and Mai Ezzeddine, which grossed L.E. 13 million.
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