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    Nejib Belkadhi

    By Myriam Ben Ghazi | Aug 28 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

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    Nejib Belkadhi

    Nejib Belkadhi  was born on May 11th 1972. He pursued his studies in marketing and management at the High Institute for Business in Carthage before he starts a career in arts. Nejib received his first acting role in Salma Baccar’s film “Hbiba Msika” (Dancer of the Flame) in 1995. In the same year he starred in Mohamed Kouka’s play “Madrasat Nisaa” (The Women’s School) but Nejib’s biggest success was in the series “Khotab Albeb” (Many Fiancees)  both volume 1&2 for the director Sleh Essid.

    Nejib Belkadhi started off his career in direction with the TV show Shems Alik (Sun on You) on the Canal Horizon TV channel. In 2002 he started with his friend, Imed Mabrouk, a production company called Propaganda Prod. In 2005 he produced and  directed a short film “Tsawer” (Pictures) and the long film “VHS Kahloucha” which was his biggest hit.

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