Haifa Wehbe has some serious haters in Egypt right now, but fellow celeb Nadia Lufti isn't one of them!
Nadia and some other thespians think that the "Halawet Rouh" star has been unfairly targeted personally after the government banned her film from being screened in cinemas.
"I do not find Haifa being at war in Egypt, on the contrary, if she was she would not have been a very loved celebrity by Egyptians," Nadia said in response to the decision made by the Prime Minister to ban the film.
According to Sayidaty.net, Nadia added, "There may be a conflict in the nature of the film she presented and not her persona. The person who should be responsible for what she is facing in Egypt is the scenarist and the director of the film, but she should not be burdened with this whole matter."
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