Dokkan Shehata

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Dokkan Shehata
DOKKAN SHEHATA.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Khaled Youssef
Starring Haifa Wehbe
Muhammad Hamidah
'Umaru Sa'ad
Ghadah 'Abd Al-Raziq
'Umru 'Abd Al-Jalil
'Abd Al-'Aziz
'Abd Al-Aziz Makhyoun
Release date
  • June 2009 (2009-06)
Running time
128 minutes
Country Egypt
Language Arabic

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.

Controversy[edit]

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 [1]

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Box office[edit]

In the first three weeks after its release, Dokkan Shehata grossed L.E. 9 million in revenues.[1] It was second to Omar & Salma starring Tamer Hosny and Mai Ezzeddine, which grossed L.E. 13 million.[citation needed]

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