Cairo – Yassin said
Many close to Egyptian screenwriter Adeb Pishai confirmed that he was unwell and he was admitted to a hospital in the capital Cairo last Wednesday morning.
Bishai suffered a heart attack, had a stent fitted and had a catheter fitted and suffered from some infections. He then underwent a second stent operation on Saturday morning.
Critic Tariq al-Shennawi wrote on his Facebook page this afternoon, “The great writer Adeb Peshai, praise be to God, is now recovering and will soon leave the hospital if God wills.”
Dozens of artists, directors, writers and critics contacted El-Shenawy’s publication, calling for Bishai to recover quickly.
Bishai is considered one of Egypt ‘s leading writers and screenwriters, as he enriched the art scene with more than 50 works and dozens of successful series and films varying between drama, tragedy and comedy, including the series: “The Second Meeting” Yassin and Bosi, and Hussein Fami and Isad Younes’ “Love and its Sunnah” – Alim and Hala Setki, Mervat Amin and Farooq Al-Bishawi’s “Tears of Her Magnificence”, and Farid Shaqi and Sana Jameel’s “Youth Return One Day” and “O Men of the World, Unite”, “Women Are Coming”, “The Merchant of Happiness”, and “Cinderella” starring Choud Hosni’s Life and Mona Jackie.
In the theater, Pishai wrote screenplays for films: “And I forgot that I was a woman.”
“Coffee evangelist. Alcohol fanatic. Hardcore creator. Infuriatingly humble zombie ninja. Writer. Introvert. Music fanatic.”