Ghada Abdul Rizik regrets seductive roles
Egyptian actress Ghada Abdul Rizik has revealed that she strongly regrets the role she played in her recent film “Al Agenda Al Hamra” (The Red Agenda), which shows her as an extremely seductive woman, who acts using her body only. The actress stressed that she eliminated the film from her memory, because what appeared on the screen is entirely different from what she had agreed upon with the director and producer.
According to the daily, Al Watan, Ghada asserted that she refuses to be characterized as a seductive actress and only nominated for intimate roles. The film “Al Agenda Al Hamra” was screened in 2001, and the actress stressed that she will not add it in her list of achievements in the acting world, because she considers it a disgrace to her image.
Ghada revealed that she does not intend on participating in any television dramas in the meantime and will be dedicating her entire time to the cinema. The actress added that she will not be seen during Ramadan in any television work because of her preoccupation with three different films.
Recently, the period of separation between Ghada and her husband, Waleed Al Tabi’ie, finally ended after the two overcame their differences. The couple had made up after running into one another several times at the shooting scene of Ghada’s latest Ramadan television series. Ghada and her husband decided to work out their differences and return to their normal marriage life.