Nour El Sherif injured in a car accident
Prominent Egyptian actor Nour El Sherif had an accident on his way home from shooting the scenes for his upcoming work “Eish Ayamak” (Live Your Days) leading to a broken leg. The actor was forced to wear a cast for twenty-one days in order to heal.
According to the Egyptian based weekly, Al Nogoom, despite being hit by a car and breaking his leg, the actor refused to postpone filming due to the fact that he knows time is critical at this point especially with Ramadan being just around the corner. Nour stressed that his absence from work would mean delaying and so he makes it a point to be the first person in the studios to complete shooting the final scenes of drama.
Egyptian writer/critic Dasouqi Said, head of the Association for Genuine Arts, has recently published and released a new book entitled “Nour El Sherif a Journey in the Road of Art, Thought and Politics”. The book tackles the highlights of the actor’s career and presents different stages throughout his life other than what people know.
The book reveals the actor’s political side and what his beliefs are with regards to politics as well as his artistic side and how he is a thinker, reported the Qatar based daily, Al Raya. The book also includes many personal photographs of Nour featuring rare ones with Tawfiq Al Hakim, Najib Mahfouz, and Palestinian President Yasser Arafat.
Dr. Madkour Thabet, head of the Egyptian censorship, approved the scenario for the new movie “God's Hand”, which will star Nour. The movie, which was written by Ahmad Fikry, tells the story of the attempts to assassinate the Egyptian President, Husni Mubarak, in Adis Ababa back in the summer of 1995.
El Sharif was given the leading role in the movie, which is the first to tell a story that involves the Egyptian president personally. The film also talks about the fierce hidden war between the Egyptian apparatus and the Islamic fundamentalists, which reached its peak during this unsuccessful assassination attempt.
Fikry tried through his story to clarify with whom was "God's hand" during that incident and also to show that what happened in Adis Ababa was a crises and should be studied thoroughly in order to move on and learn from our own mistakes. –Albawaba
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