Solaf Fawkhirji against smoking campaigns
The famous Syrian actress Solaf Fawkhirji is pleased with success of her role in the film “Baby Doll Night,” asserting that it has added to her acting career.
According to the London daily Elaph, on other grounds, Solaf recently took part of a question and answer session on the internet website “Arabian Business,” where she answered questions posed by her fans. She revealed that her new television drama series “Akher Ayam Al Hob” (The Last Love Days) will be aired on television during the upcoming Ramadan season.
Solaf will also star in the television drama series “Mineen Nibtadi Al Hikayah” (Where Should We Start the Story), which has been postponed.
Solaf revealed that she hates smoking and promotions for cigarettes, although she has played the role of a few charters that smoke in her career.
In the drama series “Thikrayat Al Zaman Al Qadem” (Memories of the Time to Come,” Solaf said that smoking was a “symbol of emotional release.” In the drama series “Asmahan,” about the late singer Asmahan, Solaf said that smoking was part of the late singer’s image.
“Arabian Business” ranked Solaf number 56 of the 100 strongest personalities in the Arab world for 2009.