Prohibido amar

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Prohibido Amar
Prohibido Amar Oficial Poster.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Created by Luis Felipe Salamanca
Dago García
Mauricio Barreto
Written by Carmen Madrid
María Renée Prudencio
Ximena Escalante
Directed by Mauricio Meneses
Pablo Gómez Sáenz
Starring Rossana Najera
Fernando Ciangherotti
Anna Ciocchetti
Iliana Fox
Ari Telch
Marco de Paula
Opening theme "Prohibido Amar"
by Myriam Montemayor
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 90[1] (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Rafael Urióstegui
Producer(s) Ximena Cantuarias
Location(s) Mexico City, Mexico
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 35-65 minutes
Production company(s) TV Azteca
Distributor Azteca Novelas, Comarex
Release
Original network Azteca 13/Azteca America
Picture format HDTV, 1080i on Azteca 13 HD
SDTV, 480i on Azteca 13
Original release 7 October 2013 – 7 February 2014
Chronology
Preceded by Secretos de Familia
Followed by Siempre Tuya Acapulco
External links
Official website

Prohibido Amar (Forbidden Love, Official release: Forbidden Passion) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Azteca in 2013. It is a remake of Colombian telenovela, La Sombra del Deseo.[2] Soundtrack principal de la telenovela interpretado por Myriam Montemayor. On 7 October 2013, Azteca started broadcasting Prohibido Amar weeknights at 8:30pm, replacing Secretos de Familia.[3] The last episode was broadcast on 7 February 2014, with Siempre Tuya Acapulco replacing it the following week.

Cast[edit]

Actor (s) Character
Rossana Najera Gabriela Ramírez
Fernando Ciangherotti Ignacio Aguilera Olivares
Anna Ciocchetti Alicia Cosío
Iliana Fox Laura Saldivar de Hernández
Marco de Paula Rafael Hernández Cosio
Ari Telch Salomón Aguilera
Andrea Martí Olga Ramírez
María José Magan Rosario Sandoval
Claudia Lobo Cecilia Romero
Eduardo Arroyuelo Guillermo Aguilera
Cinthia Vazquez Nina Hernández Cosío
Emilio Guerrero León Ramírez
Juan Martín Jauregui Marcos Roldán
Hector Kotsifakis Manuel Morales
Keyla Wood Chivis
Hernán Mendoza Félix
Fabián Corres Mauricio
Giovanna Romo Andrea

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