Al Kha’en tells the story of Dr. Aseel and her architect husband, Saif, who seemingly had the perfect life – until Aseel discovers a blonde hair on Saif's scarf. Unraveling the facade of their idyllic existence, Aseel learns of Saif's affair with Tia, a woman 15 years younger. The revelation prompts Aseel to launch an intricate plan for revenge to reclaim what she believes is rightfully hers.
The narrative weaves through complex emotions as Saif grapples with his love for both Aseel and Tia, torn between family and passion. Aseel strategically involves their 11-year-old son, Yazan, in her campaign, exacerbating the already intricate web of relationships. Saif loses everything, including his son.
As the series unfolds, Saif is compelled to leave for America with Tia, leaving behind a shattered family to rebuild his fortunes. Upon his return, a successful and resentful Saif seeks revenge against Aseel for keeping him away from Yazan and ruining his life.
Al Kha’en explores the dynamics of a strange love triangle, delving into themes of love, marriage, and jealousy. Aseel thinks she has moved on but discovers that may not be so. The same holds true for Saif, despite his thirst for revenge. All three characters navigate a complex web of emotions, with Tia's intense love for Saif clashing against Aseel's lingering resentment. The trio find themselves entangled in a gripping struggle, highlighting the complexities of relationships and the enduring consequences of betrayal.
Qays Sheikh Najib
Gina Abou Zeid