The booming emirate of Abu Dhabi came under the Hollywood spotlight as A-listers greeted the CEO of Hyrda Properties, Dr. Sulaiman Al Fahim, at a star-studded reception in Bel Air.Personalities attending included Demi Moore and partner Ashton Kutcher, Eva Mendes, Katherine Heigl, Charlie Sheen, and Rick and Kathy Hilton, as well as leading Hollywood studio heads and music moguls.
As the host of ‘Hydra Executives’, a new English reality-based series, Dr. Fahim raised awareness on the booming Abu Dhabi economy and the outstanding investment opportunities in the emirate during the event.
Invited as a guest of Hollywood.TV founder - Sheeraz Hasan, Dr. Fahim drew intense attention and interest from media and celebrities alike. Instantly recognised as the pioneer behind the multibillion-dollar Hydra Properties conglomerate and the face of the highly-anticipated TV programme ‘Hydra Executives’, the top real estate tycoon has leveraged the attendance of A-listers at the event to promote Abu Dhabi and the investment opportunities present within the emirate.
Speaking at the red carpet, Al Fahim said, “I am grateful for the outstanding reception given to me by Hollywood’s most important figures, and it is truly a pleasure to be in the company of people whose consciousness for the welfare of others is matched by substantial actions. I have already been introduced to a number of Hollywood icons, and their knowledge of Abu Dhabi is a testament to the growing popularity of our emirate within the world’s most coveted high society. I am looking forward to meeting more personalities and discussing with them the remarkable growth Abu Dhabi and the whole of the UAE has been witnessing.”
Held at a private Bel Air estate, the charity event honoured Hollywood’s most outstanding executives and artists in the film, television, and music industry. The fundraiser brought together over 1,000 people for a spectacular night that included a cocktail reception, dinner, awards ceremony and incredible live performances, which raised over one million dollars in support of helping homeless men and women gain employment under the Chrysalis programme.