Poussy makes room for the younger generation
Prominent Egyptian actress Poussy, wife of prominent Egyptian actor Nour El Sherif, has revealed that she has refrained from taking part in any film, due to the fact that the younger generation of actors have taken over. She added that most roles offered in films do not suit her because they are classified as comedy films, which is not her line of expertise.
According to the London based daily, Al Quds Al Arabi, Poussy stressed that she regrets the fact that most films coming out these days hold no true meaning and do not have a real story. She noted that the only aim of modern movies is to make people laugh.
Poussy revealed that she is not against comedy films, but a film that is a comedy should also feature some story and aim at bringing a certain message across to people not just waste their time. she added that the excuse actors have for such films is that its what the audience wants, which is an understatement according to her that only made people’s taste in films bad.
On a different note, Poussy asked her husband, prominent Egyptian actor Nour El Sherif, to notify director Tayseer Aboud of her withdrawal from the leading role in the television drama “Halkat Ba’ed Al Mudawalah”, due to the fact that she must undergo extensive therapy sessions for injuries after she was in a car accident in Morocco.
Scenarist of the drama Muna Nour El Din has revealed that she insists on having Poussy play the leading role in the series and has requested the production company to postpone filming of the scenes until the actress is well again and doctors permit her to return to her job.
Morocco’s King Mohammad VI has sent his private physician to treat Egyptian actresses Laila Elwi and Poussy after they were in a car accident while driving to the city of Tanta. The King wanted to ensure that both actresses receive the best medical care since they were injured in his country.
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