Fifi Abdoh to Quit Dancing in Public Places
The famous Egyptian dancer Fifi Abdo has announced that she has quit dancing in nightclubs and public places; however, the famous dancer added that she will not object to dancing on stage in any of her future play, according to ArabStars.Net.
According to the news service, Sham el Nasseem (Spring Day celebration in Egypt) was surly an exceptional day for the artist when, against all odds, her latest movie “Yamin Talak’s” revenues jumped to 53.000 pounds in one day.
Fifi was overwhelmed by this splendid success, said the report, and so she invited all the movie team to a celebration party where she announced her intention to quit dancing in public places.
Fifi stated that her dancing career have taken so much of her time and life and have kept her away from her family and friends.
The famous dancer added that she will concentrate now on acting. She is currently performing a play entitled “El Set Doussa” directed by Hassan Abdel Salam.
The play depicts the story of a woman who comes from a Cairo poor neighborhood who all of a sudden found herself trapped in the high society, and her struggle against her cousin who took all her money. She is being helped by her old neighbors to regain her money and return as a show business star.
Fifi has lately taken part in two plays in the last few years: “Hazemni” (Get me Ready for Belly Dance) with Medhat Saleh and Hassan Hosny and “Eshta wa Assal” (Cream and Honey) with Medhat Saleh.
She also acted in the movie, Shabab Emra’a” (Youth of a Woman,) costarred by Farouq El Feshawi – Albawaba.com