Sharjah: Renowned Kuwaiti artists attended the 22nd Sharjah International Narrators’ Forum to shed light on the Kuwaiti film ‘Bas Ya Bahr’. At a seminar on ‘The Tale of the Sea’, veteran Kuwaiti actor Saad Al-Falaj spoke about Kuwait’s epic film ‘Bas Ya Bahar’ and how the international award-winning film paved the way for him to become a professional actor. I said it was open.
Falaj also remembered when his father cried when he went on a diving trip in the ocean, saying that the emotions expressed in the film were sincere and reflected his bitter childhood experiences. His companion, the equally famous Hayat Al-Fahad, said he was overjoyed to honor the actor in the film, saying it honors his ancestors who long ago ventured out to sea to earn bread. He also said that
Actor Mohammad Al-Mansur remembers his late comrade Khaled Al-Sideeq, who played a major role in ‘Bas Ya Bahr,’ a danger for Kuwait and the Gulf that his forefathers had to endure as they sought. described it as a major documentary to shed light. to earn a living. In another seminar held within the framework of the Forum, Kuwaiti writer Talal Al Rumaidi introduced attendees to documents on Kuwait’s diving heritage, namely diving for pearls. In the past, he asserted, most of the Gulf natives lived by pearling. – Kuna