Noorhan attacked with three gruesome rumors at once
At a point when Egyptian young actress Noorhan finally began filming the scenes for her first film (Awal Mara Ithib Ya Qalbi" (The First Time My Heart falls in Love) alongside Egyptian actress Jala Fahmi, the actress found herself surrounded by three different each worse than the other. All three rumors dealt with the issue of love and marriage to different men from the acting world.
According to the Arab magazine Laha, the first rumor stated that she is living a romantic love story with Egyptian actor Mustafa Shabaan, and that the two were very serious about their relationship. The second rumor had it that she was in love with Egyptian singer Ahmad Hilal and the last stated that she was involved with Egyptian soccer star Ibrahim Saeed. When the actress was confronted with the different rumors being circulated, she stressed that they all are untrue and she is not intimately involved with any of the men mentioned. She added that she is good friends with Mustafa and knows Ahmad on a casual level, but she was most surprised about Ibrahim, whom she had never met in her life.
Noorhan revealed that she is not in any relationship, and that she looks forward to the day where she meets the right man and builds a life with. She added that she is very surprised with the rise of these rumors at a time where she is filled with ecstasy with her first film experience. Noorhan also admitted that the reason behind her not being in any film until now is due to the fact that she had made it a point to carefully choose her roles, and had stressed that she will not accept any roles that involve any form of sexuality and seduction.
In May of last year, the actress reflected her extraordinary acting capabilities in the play "Hasan and Bahiyyah", which marked her debut on stage. The play, which was directed by Rola al Fattal from Syria, is based on a script written by poet Naguib Suroor. Noorhan who is still a student at the faculty of Arts preferred to debut at the state owned theater although its audience is different from the audience of the private theaters, which represent the broad base of the society.
“I need the audience of intellectuals very much but this does not mean that I do not want the other classes of the society. But in my first steps I need such audience in order to know through it the blatant criticism regarding my appearance as an actress,” Noorhan said.
In her appearance in the series "Hadrat al Mohtaram" (Dear Kind Sirs) based on a novel by the Egyptian Nobel Prize-winning writer Naguib Mahfouz, Noorhan highlighted her artistic competency and talent rather than her beautiful appearance. She presents herself as a continuation of romance production stars amid the cheap consumption wave, which depends on seduction and comedy.
However, the actress is not yet known by the cinema industry, as the number of films in which she played is limited despite her success in TV. “I am still waiting for the work that suits me best. All what I have been offered did not encourage me …I want to succeed and offer good art,” she said.
She pointed out that bad art is the “one that depicts excitation and cheap consumption which quickly disappear…Excitation kills art…Since the dawn of history art provides values and principles and is based on fantasy, delicacy and taste and attempts to achieve perfection. I do not deny that any production may include love, feelings and desires but the style of dealing with these issues and featuring them is the factor that decides whether this work is top or a cheap one.” -- Albawaba.com