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Hend Sabry: I am proud to contribute in 'Al Mamar'

Sat, Dec. 8, 2018
CAIRO – 8 December 2018: Hend Sabry expressed her happiness with contributing in “Al-Mamar" (The Passage) that recites victories of the Egyptian Army.

“I am extremely happy to be part of this huge movie that tackles one of the hardest periods in the Egyptian history, the Attrition War, when the Egyptian Army showed ultimate patriotism,” Sabry said in a statement.

In the same vein, Sabry is shooting her role in "El-Feel el-Azraa 2" (The Blue Elephant 2) alongside Karim Abel Aziz, Nelly Karim; the movie is written by Ahmed Mourad and directed by Marwan Hamed.

The famous actress refused to reveal any details about her role.

Moreover, Sabry has just shot her last scenes in the Tunisian movie “Noura Tahlam” (Noura dreams) based on a real story of a poor wife's daily humiliation after the detention of her husband.

The movie depicts the wife's struggle, her deep relation with her children and her reaction toward her husband's release from prison.

Furthermore, Sabry expresses her joy to be participating again in Tunisian movies, assuring that this is her national duty toward Tunisia; to stand beside all the young talents.

Born in 1979 in Kebli, Tunisia, Sabry studied law and completed a master’s degree in intellectual property and copyright law in 2004; but by then, she had already been acting for about a decade. She started her acting career in 1994 with the Tunisian film Samt El Qosour (The Silence of the Palaces) and starred in The Season of Men in 2000; both movies were directed by Moufida Tlatli. She was then introduced to the Egyptian cinema scene by Inas El Deghedy in 2001 with the film Mozakerat Morahka (The Diary of a Teenager), co-starring alongside Ahmed Ezz.

Over the years she’s worked on movies and dramas tackling the difficulties and stigma facing people, especially women, and she serves as the World Food Program’s regional ambassador. The starlet has received numerous awards for her cinematic career, artistic achievements and her role in tackling key social issues, including an award by the America Abroad Media organization in Washington.

Sabry got married in 2008 and has been blessed with two daughters, Alia and Laila, who are now 6 and 4, respectively.

Her fans and viewers know her as a down-to-earth actress who emits strength, intellect, positivity and character. Her versatile performance skills have garnered her a huge pan-Arab following in a short period of time, winning her impressive accolades —she is the youngest-ever actress to walk away with the Faten Hamama award—like being named the most influential Arab actress by Forbes Middle East.
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