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An image of the promotional poster for the Ramadan series “Under Guardianship” led by Egyptian actress Mona Zaki has sparked widespread controversy as she once again shed light on the veiled woman in the drama. , others supported Jackie. , who “shed light on many forms of art society” and felt that “judging an entire body of work from a single propaganda image is ludicrous and out of touch with reality.”

Followers compared Jackie’s image to that of retired Egyptian actress Hanan Turk in “The Interest” and asked her to emulate Jackie if she decides to play a hidden role again. Commenting on this, critic Karim Al-Masri says, “Turk’s image was that of a good woman, which was evident in the background of events, while the jockey series was still unclear, and it is not correct to judge it from a propaganda film.” He added to Asharq Al-Awsat, “The story of the job is completely different from what people have been spreading in terms of distortion and abuse.”

Egyptian writer Shamek al-Shandawili criticized Zaki’s image on his personal Facebook page, writing: “The difference between the image of Hanan Turk and Mona Zaki is the love or hate of the veil.” Some of the art and media community in Egypt, including broadcaster Amr Ateeb, defended her on “The Story”, saying, “I respect every woman or girl who wears a veil, because the veil is an obligation.” “Isn’t there a woman in an evil veil?” He asked, “We have all forms in society, and the role of art is to present them.”

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“Under Guardianship” Series Poster (Producer)

Artist Nashwa Mustafa said, “Jackie is an important and great Egyptian actress who will do an amazing job.” Artist Khaled Sarhan wrote: “Mona Zaki is a great star and an artist who is in our hearts with her talent and creativity.” Screenwriter Tamer Habib commented, “The work includes a team of artists led by talented professional Mona Zaghi. , so it will bring joy and happiness to common people. Amr Mahmood Yasin wrote: “Can a sane person explain to me why there are people criticizing the design of the poster of Mona Zaghi series? “

The events of the series revolve around the character “Hanan” in 15 episodes, a woman in her mid-thirties who is responsible for her two children after her husband dies. » Working to get back the means to guarantee her and her two children a decent life, as she pursues a fishing career, she comes into conflict with some men who refuse to share her profession, written by Sherin and Khaled Diab and directed by Muhammad Shakir Qutair.

The critic, Magda Khairallah, felt that the widespread controversy surrounding the series had reached the point of demanding an explanation in the Egyptian parliament last January to demand a halt to its filming, whether supporters or detractors. He told Asharq Al-Awsat that what is happening is absurd, unacceptable and unjust, calling for patience, follow-up and later judgement.

Many veiled artists such as Hind Sabri, Hanan Durg, Sabreen, Dora and Nelly Karim have appeared in their artwork, but they have not come under similar attack. On this, Khairalla says: “Some of them have already been criticized, but the earlier attack on Jackie may be a trigger to criticize him again.”

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