The talented artist Abla Kamel presented more than 100 works of art in his artistic career, which varied between cinema, television and radio plays and plays, to achieve great success and write his name with light letters in the history of Egyptian art.
Abla Kamal has played various roles between comedy and tragedy as she is one of those few people who can bring smiles and happiness to the faces of the audience and make them cry in the same act.
In 1996, artist Abla Kamel gave one of her most important roles in Egyptian drama, the portrayal of the character “Fatima Khoshari” in the famous series “I Will Not Live in My Father’s Gown”, in which Abla Kamel co-starred with the late artist Noor Sharif, his wife and her struggle. Played partner, which bore him 5 sons.
Sons of Fatima and Abdel Ghafoor Al-Borai, 4 “Sunni” daughters, Naheed Rushdi, “Nazira” Hanan Turk, “Nafisa” Sandal Salama and “Bahira” Wafa Sadiq, and one son, “Abdul-Wahhab.” Rosaline or Amina. “Muhammad Riyad who married Enas Makki.
Abla Kamal’s flamboyant performance as a mother to these sons and a mother-in-law to his son’s wife, who is younger than some, has made the audience go unnoticed.
Abla Kamel proves to be younger than actress Nahit Rushdie who played her daughter “Sunya” and also younger than artist Inas Maki who played her daughter-in-law Rosaleen or Amina. “.
The age difference between Abla Kamal and the previous two stars favors “Fatima Khoshari” as “Kamal” was born in 1960, while “Rushti” was born on September 15, 1956, while “Makki” was born on October 10, 1956. .
Abla Kamal’s mastery of the role and her depth in the details of the character make her appear older than her with a clear Sunni distinction, however contrary to what appears in the series and the contrast between her and others, her children are no more than 10 years old in the work “Wafa Sadiq – Muhammad Riad – Sandal Salama”. .
The star, Nahid Rushdie, was a guest on an episode of “The Women Don’t They Lie” hosted by media professionals Moufida Shiha, Zuhair Gouda and Mona Abdel Ghani on CBC Screen.
“Rushti” spoke via Skype about the scenes of the series “I will not live in my father’s gown”, which became a huge hit and topped the trends of social networking sites despite the passage of 25 years since its premiere.
Nahet said the series was a huge success after it was first shown 25 years ago, but the continuation of that success is a blessing from God.
He added that the director of the series, Ahmad Tawfiq, wanted to retell the events of the series in a way that was close to reality, so he was keen that the representatives of the “Abdul Ghafoor Al-Borai” family should be the same. Features indicate that he interrupted filming for a period of time until the artist Hanan Turk finished another job, with whom he was associated at the time.
Also regarding the scenes of the series, Nahed explained that artiste Abla Kamal would cook a lot of food at home and bring it to the shooting location and most of the food was laced with garlic and the smell of the place changed immediately, which caused anger. Rabab Hussain, the series’ executive director, added: “I told Abla, I’m going.” Because of you.. I go home everyday, I smell Tom and I follow jokes. They will kick us out. Tom’s scent. ».
She got married during the filming of the series and her son Ahmed is 8 years old and Dina is 3 years old, and pointed out that her daughter was very angry at the scene of artist Noor Sharif while showing the series. She beats her so much that she wants to break the TV.
Nahed pointed out that the late artist Zuhair al-Baroni helps his colleagues choose their clothes in the series: “I’m not in the stylist”, emphasizing that the late artist Nour al-Sharif always guides them. Right and giving them many useful suggestions.
He said that the series gave young people great hope in life and showed them the opportunity to create great wealth in new and legitimate ways, as did the series’ protagonist Abdul Ghafoor Al-Borai. “, he was personified by Noor al-Sharif.
Starring Noor Al Sharif, Abla Kamel, Muhammad Riyad, Hanan Turk, Nahid Rushdi, Wafa Sadiq, “I Will Not Live In My Father’s Gown” directed by Ahmad Tawfiq, story and lyrics by Ihsan Abdel Qudoos and lyrics by Mustafa Muharram.
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