Ruh was commissioned to help produce calligraphic artwork for the highly acclaimed television series SAS: Rogue Heroes. The calligraphy was specifically chosen to suit the time-period and relevance to where it would be used, in this case a prison cell in Cairo, Egypt. The artwork was carefully crafted by Ruh Al-Alam and Muhammad Hadi, which later went into production by set designers, who carved it into a stone wall of the prison set.

Check out Episode 1 of the series to get a glimpse of the artwork in the cell.

SAS: Rogue Heroes is a British television historical drama series created by Steven Knight, which depicts the origins of the British Army Special Air Service (SAS) during the Western Desert Campaign of World War II. The storyline is a broadly accurate representation of real events, as described by Ben Macintyre in his book of the same name.