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The Egyptian actress Zubaida Tharwat is one of the icons of Egyptian cinema in her golden age, and her film achieved a day in my life
With The Nightingale, an overwhelming success, and the scenes, situations, and jokes that abound in the film have been present for many years in the minds and conscience of viewers.
Zubaida Ahmed Tharwat was born
In the city of Alexandria on June 14, 1940, she has an Egyptian father, and a mother whose ancestry descends into the family of Muhammad Ali, her grandmother is the daughter of Sultan Hussein Kamel, who is the uncle of King Farouk,
She joined the Faculty of Law at Alexandria University, and she was on a date with fame when her picture was published on the cover of “Al-Geel” magazine, and she won the competition for the most beautiful teenage girl in the mid-fifties, attracting the attention of film directors and producers.
The quiet, romantic roles of the girl in several of the most beautiful classics of Egyptian cinema, perhaps the most prominent of them are “Warm Embraces, A Very Jealous Wife, The Sinners.” She stood in front of “Janat” cinema, with Ahmed Ramzy in “Me, My Wife and the Secretary,” and “Nothing Matters” with Nour El Sherif.
The great artist passed away from Dunya on December 13, 2016 at the age of 76, she admitted that she had never loved anything but Nightingale, but her father refused her marriage to him.
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Shortly before her departure, actress Zubeida Tharwat agreed to appear with the media, Amr El-Leithi, from his program “Bouduh”, after 39 years of absence from the media, to reveal the “Queen of Romance”.
About the fact that she belongs to the royal family, and her love for former President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, and the details of her story with the late artist Abdel. The great artist talked about her upbringing, explaining that her treatment with her parents was very difficult, especially her father; Because he was a naval captain, and hardened because of his military career.
The great artist, Zubaida Tharwat, expressed her great admiration for businessman Ahmed Abu Hashima, whom she described as a model of successful youth loyal to his work, stressing that she wishes to see her grandson “Hamada” like him, saying: “My soul, our Lord, fulfill my dream, and he remains an important man and remains like Abu Hashima.
While Zubeida Tharwat confirmed her love for former President Hosni Mubarak, saying: “Hosni Mubarak is one of the people I loved very much.
And about her relationship with the artist Ahmed Ramzy, she said: “A son of people, morals and taste,” and about the artist Hussein Riad, she added: “He loved me very much in public and in front of people,” explaining that Mahmoud El Meligy was very comedic, contrary to what people see in the roles of evil.
The great artist, Zubaida Tharwat, expressed her strong love for the late artist Abdel Halim Hafez, and said: “My will, if I die, bury me next to Abdel Halim Hafez.”
She confirmed that if she had known about the progress of “Nightingaleeb” to her engagement, she would have agreed with “Wass” from the first moment, noting that Nightingale asked his relatives to put her picture inside his burial.
And the great artist continued: “Abdul Halim is soft, gentle and gentle .. I loved him, but I was the youngest to tell him about my love for him, and he is also from his literature. I cannot say I love you, in light of his illness.”
Zubaida Tharwat revealed that the artist Abdel Halim Hafez proposed to her, but her father replied to him, “Like a lion”: “I am not going to marry my daughter to my singers,” stressing that she loved the late artist very much, whether in the cinema or in reality, after the movie “A Day of My Life.”
Egyptian actress Zubeida Tharwat is one of the icons of Egyptian cinema in her golden age, and her movie “A Day of My Life” with Nightingale achieved overwhelming success.
Zubaida Ahmed Tharwat was born in the city of Alexandria on June 14, 1940, to an Egyptian father, and a mother whose origins come from the family of Muhammad Ali, her grandmother is the daughter of Sultan Hussein Kamel, who is the uncle of King Farouk, she joined the Faculty of Law at Alexandria University,
Zubaida Tharwat appealed to young people to quit smoking, to avoid its harm, after what her health condition witnessed.
From a deterioration due to smoking, she explained, “I suffered a lot from cigarettes, as I eat them greedily when I am alone,” acknowledging a “ridiculous habit.”
The great artist pointed out that she had to undergo surgery because of cigarettes, and she refused to perform it outside Egypt,
She told the doctors: “I am Zubeida, a fortune in my country, but my country is outside, and there is no need for me to dress like anyone, and I asked to work in Egypt.”