Sawsan Badr: The word “spinster” is over

<div id="firstBodyDiv" data-bind-html-content-type="article" data-bind-html-compile="article.body" data-first-article-body="

وتعيش Egyptian actress A state of artistic activity, as he depicted the third part of the series "Abu Al-Arousa"In addition to preparing for a serial shoot "public transport" And"Searching for Ola", which some considered the second part of the series "I want to get married" Who played the Tunisian championship Hind Sabri.

and did not consider Sawsan Badr "Searching for Ola" An extension or even a second part of a series "I want to get married"Emphasizing that the series contains many different surprises.

In this regard, she said in an interview with the site "Sky News Arabia": "The work is self-contained and has nothing to do with the series (I Want to Get Married), as the story will revolve between the mother and her daughter (Ola Abdel-Sabour), who faces many difficult situations, as she lives in the struggles of divorced women who are responsible for children in Egyptian society".

And the events of the series took place "I want to get married" Which was produced in 2010, and revolves around the suffering of a girl over the age of thirty in Arab society, and she is looking for "groom"It is taken from a book by the writer Ghada Abdel-Adel of the same name.

Badr stressed that the word "Maiden" The girls who are late marriage، "It has ended and no longer exists in the era of technology, human thought has evolved and transcended what we were living before".

The Egyptian artist gave advice to mothers and fathers in dealing with their children, saying: "Get close to your daughter and son, especially because we are now in an open world where traditions and customs are alien to our society. We must be with our children like friends, and teach them right and wrong, permissible and forbidden.".

"Abu Al-Arousa"

The actress touched on the third part of the series "Abu Al-Arousa", which she is currently filming, expressing her happiness with the success of the first and second parts, noting her keenness to present "A valuable humanistic work of art"And this is what you specify "After reading the first page of the script,".

She indicated that the reason for the great success of the series is that "The family of Abdel Hamid and Aida (the two main characters in the work) are similar to Egyptian families, which made him close to the audience", pointing out that "Who loved the artwork of her heart".

"public transport"

The veteran actress also revealed her contract for a series "public transport"In which he embodied the role of the artist’s wife, Mahmoud Hamida, and his story revolves around the struggle of families and the problems that arise between relatives due to inheritance..

It includes a series "public transport"Which is expected to be shown in the coming period, a constellation of Egyptian stars, headed by Mahmoud Hemida, Sawsan Badr, Samiha Ayoub and Ahmed Badir, and its events revolve in 30 episodes, about family conflicts.

On the other hand, Badr commented on her absence from Cairo Film Festival In its 43rd session, stressing that she usually does not miss festivals, and that in this session she was forced to not attend because of her preoccupation, as she is currently living "A state of artistic activity".

“>

وتعيش Egyptian actress A state of artistic activity, as she depicted the third part of the series “Abu Al-Arousa”, in addition to her willingness to film the series “General Transfer” and “Search for Ola”, which some considered a second part of the series “I Want to Get Married”, which played the Tunisian star. Hind Sabri.

and did not consider Sawsan Badr “Search for Ola” is an extension or even a second part of the seriesI want to get marriedEmphasizing that the series contains many different surprises.

In this regard, she said in an interview with “Sky News Arabia”: “The work is self-contained and has nothing to do with the series (I Want to Get Married), the story will revolve between the mother and her daughter (Ola Abdel-Sabour), who faces many difficult situations, as she lives in conflicts. Divorced woman responsible for children in Egyptian society.

The events of the series “I Want to Get Married”, which was produced in 2010, revolve around the suffering of a girl over the age of thirty in Arab society, and she is looking for a “groom”, which is based on a book by writer Ghada Abdel Adel with the same name..

Badr stressed that the word “MaidenThe girls who are late for marriageIt has expired and no longer exists in the age of technology, as human thought has evolved and surpassed what we were experiencing previously.

The Egyptian artist gave advice to mothers and fathers in dealing with their children, saying: “Be close to your daughter and son, especially because we are now in an open world with traditions and customs alien to our society. We must be with our children like friends, and teach them right and wrong, permissible and forbidden.”“.

“Abu Al-Arousa”

The actress touched on the third part of the series “Abu Al-Arousa“, which she is currently filming, expressing her happiness with the success of the first and second parts, indicating her keenness to present a “humanitarian artistic work of value”, and this is what she determines “after reading the first page of the script of the series.”.

She pointed out that the reason for the great success of the series is that “the family of Abdel Hamid and Aida (the two main characters in the work) are similar to the Egyptian families, which made him close to the audience,” pointing out that “one of the most beloved works of art for her heart.”

“public transport”

The veteran actress also revealed her contract with the series “”public transport“, in which he embodies the role of the artist’s wife, Mahmoud Hamida, and his story revolves around the struggle of families and the problems that arise between relatives due to inheritance..

The series “General Transfer”, which is expected to be shown in the coming period, includes a constellation of Egyptian stars, headed by Mahmoud Hamida, Sawsan Badr, Samiha Ayoub and Ahmed Badir, and its events revolve in 30 episodes, on family conflicts.

On the other hand, Badr commented on her absence from Cairo Film Festival In its 43rd session, she confirmed that she usually does not miss festivals, and that she was forced in this session to not attend because of her preoccupation, as she is currently living in a “state of artistic activity.”

.

Leave a Comment