July 14, 2022 – Mo Ismail, an Egyptian/American actor, delivered a stellar performance in a Bollywood blockbuster, Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2. This is no mean feat as Mo Ismail acting in this movie makes him the first Egyptian/American actor in history to ever act in an epic Bollywood movie. This is a dream come true for Mo because his passion for music and entertainment is no secret. He has always exhibited his passion in all his previous endeavors in the film industry globally.
The movie, Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2, is a sequel to the Khuda Haafiz (released earlier in 2020). This film was released to the theaters on July 8th, 2022. In this new blockbuster, Sameer-having defied all the odds to save his wife, Nargis-decides to settle down peacefully. However, things went sideways when their adopted daughter (Nandini) was kidnapped. One other thing that makes Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2 outstanding is that the action sequence in the movie that was filmed at the Great pyramids of Giza is the longest action sequence ever in history to take place at this historic site.
Mo Ismail, also known as Mo Muscles, developed great passion for and interest in acting when he was very young. He started his acting career in the year 2010. Over the years, Mo has come a long way. Working with great actors on several movies as well as featuring in a couple of commercials for popular brands like BMW, Etisalat, GMC, etc.
Mo has a reputation for playing challenging roles in movies. His role in Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2 was no exception. Mo played the main role of the villain in Egypt (“Tabish Haji”, a popular member of a mafia). In this role, Mo shows his versatility and realness at its best. It is nothing short of a brilliant performance.
Mo Ismail on set for Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2
Mo was inspired by great actors like Denzel Washington, Sylvester Stallone, Robert de Neiro, Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and others. Since his acting career began, Mo Ismail has earned a reputation amongst co-actors and even fans as infuses dynamism in his acting without losing sight of what the publics needs and wants. Some of the movies he has worked on include Flashes before eyes, The diversion, Fast & Furious 7, and others.