Seeing Nancy Ajram, Angelina Jolie and Cristiano Ronaldo all on the same screen may sound a bit far-fetched. But, it may happen soon, and for good cause.

The Lebanese singer, American actress/philanthropist and Portuguese soccer player are reportedly joining forces to shed light on the plight of Syrian refugees in an all-new Turkish television drama series.

According to Turkish media, the trio will be part of a new show titled Hayat Koprusu, which revolves around a Syrian family fleeing the country's civil war for Turkey.

"There will be appearances from actors and actresses from all over the world including Cristiano Ronaldo, Angelina Jolie and Nancy Ajram," said the director, Eyup Dirlik, according to Sky News.

The show will mainly be shot in the Turkish city of Gaziantep, near the Syrian border. It is planned to air in the Middle East and Latin America.

More details are yet to be revealed.

UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie meets with Syrian refugees in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. September 2012. Source: UNHCR/J.Tanner

Jolie is rather known for her humanitarian work in the Middle East. She has been a strong ally to Syrian refugees ever since the crisis started, donating $100,000 to their relief in 2012.

The special envoy of the United Nations Higher Commission has been involved in charity work in refugee camps around Lebanon, Greece, Jordan and Turkey. 

She has repeatedly called upon leaders to put an end to the crisis in Syria, demanding that the root cause be tackled once and for all.

"After five years (Syrian) refugees do not want to know by what percentage their lives might be made fractionally more bearable, but when they will be able to go home. 

"They do not want to be the passive recipients of aid, they want a political solution," she said in a press release last September. 

Cristiano Ronaldo has supported Syrian refugees as well. Last December, he sent a message of hope to the children of Syria, telling them that they are "true heroes". 

The message came alongside a generous donation he made to those affected by the conflict in Syria through the international organization Save the Children.

Meanwhile, Ajram has been a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador since 2009, acting as a regional ambassador for the Middle East and North Africa.

She has taken part in several fund-raising events and established her very own charity organization in Beirut.

Ajram has also contributed to MBC's 'Shelter for All' campaign, which was dedicated to helping refugees in the Arab world.