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Yes, Savage Raghda is now available on Costa Rican Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on June 13, 2019.

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Savage Raghda

Savage Raghda
Netflix Costa Rica

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Costa Rican Netflix Release: June 13, 2019
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Costa Rica Taiwan Singapore Philippines New Zealand Japan Egypt Norway South Africa Bangladesh Russia India Italy Portugal Luxembourg Austria Germany France Panama Netherlands Sweden Brazil Denmark Finland United Kingdom Pakistan Ireland Belgium Canada Spain Mexico Hong Kong Thailand South Korea Switzerland USA Israel Australia
Romantic Comedies, Middle Eastern Movies, Romantic Movies, Comedies
Director(s): Mahmoud Karim

Synopsis

Desperate to support his son, a single father uses his talent with makeup to dress up as a woman to try out for a part in a commercial. He would do anything for his son. And he’s about to prove it -- in four-inch heels.

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Cast

Ramez Galal, Riham Hagag, Bayyumi Fuad, Entessar, Ahmed Fathy, Mohammed Tharwat

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