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Despite the short time spent on the screen, he managed to leave a clear impression in the history of Egyptian cinema, succeeding in his simple interpretation and his role in conquering a position of strength among his audience. In the village of Al – Mashayah Al – Ghanayem Center Assiut Governorate.
Najdi was famous for the role of the server, the porter and the army, and the films of the Fifties and Sixties testify to the genius of this unique star and have distributed many titles including the Egyptian gardener and the most famous movie stars.
He was a writer and dialogues of high caliber, where he wrote a screenplay for a series of films such as leave with wellness, and participated in a large number of films and reached a hundred films were the most famous of the problems, nor who are mine dear, sins, green threshold, magic lantern, second man, between heaven and earth.
One of the most famous of his songs is "Mashtagayn Duy Dai Ya Dumil" in the magic film "And I heard his words, Les Mhashtaka", who said in the film between heaven and earth, to criticize a woman who shows remorse for betrayal of her husband, "Dumbri Dembri".
Humor b pounds
Najdi's works were not limited to acting, but he composed jokes and sold them to prominent Egyptian cartoonists and artists, led by Ismail Yassin and Shukuku, who had his quiz selling his jokes, one pound for every joke, and although it was a artistic genius, film and theater, but lived in the shadows, did not enjoy the same appreciation enjoyed by other stars of the comedy.
Al-Najdi participated in 14 series: Eyes and Mabruk Galke born in 1980, Dream of Dreams in 1979, Flight of 1976, Ash Ash in 1973, Quiet City and Third Man in 1972, The Mysterious Man in 1971, Deep Surgeon and Man with 5 Faces in 1969, The Inspector of Investigation in 1968, the doors closed in 1966, Azzouz and Zorba and hunting.
Al-Najdi also played other roles in his second wife, The Smile Crime, and Mad Men in Naeem. He also helped write the songs of Bear's mysterious film, until his death in 1980, at the age of 65.