A video of the Egyptian actress has spread on social mediaNabila Obeid, while she is dancing on a popular song by the Egyptian artist Mahmoud El-Leithi and the late Egyptian artist Soad Hosni, in celebration of receivingGolden Residencein the country ofUAEUnited Arab Emirates.
Commenting on the topic, Nabila Obaid wrote: “Thank you from the heart to the ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, for his kindness to grant me the golden residency in the state ofThe United Arab Emirates, and a special thanks to the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, for its constant and great support for art, culture and creators in the Arab world.. May God protect the government and people of the United Arab Emirates.”
And Nabila is not the first artist to obtain a golden residency in the Emirates, as she was given to many Arab stars and stars, who contributed to art and raised its level, whether it was on the singing level or even at the level of acting, including the artist.Najwa Karam , actor Bassam Koussa, artistRagheb Alama, the artistCyrine Abdel Nour, actorTim HassanAnd his media wifeWafaa Al Kilani, the artistJoseph Attieh, the artistMohamed Ramadan, the artistnice tunisianEtc.
And the Egyptian-Egyptian artist, Mohamed Ramadan, had posted on his personal page on the social networking site two photos in which he appeared with Nabila Obeid while they were together in Dubai in one of the major hotels there. And he appeared in one of them, kissing the hand of Nabila Obaid, and commented: “The most beautiful coincidence with my favorite star, Nabila Obaid in Dubai.”
And the “Art” website had revealed that Nabila Obeid rejected a large number of dramatic performances, because of her fear of the Corona virus, knowing that she had received two doses of the Corona vaccine, and expressed its importance in order to avoid complications from the virus.
Previously, private information revealed to our website that Nabila did not contract the virus, and did not suffer from any health complications at all. When receiving the first dose, for one day.