(From right to left) Presentation Company head Montasser el Nabarawy, singer Tamer Hosny, and other representatives pose for a picture- press photo
CAIRO - 22 November 2019: The Presentation Company headed by acclaimed marketing expert Montasser el Nabarawy chose Egyptian megastar Tamer Hosny to perform at the closing ceremony of U-23 African Cup of Nations scheduled to take place on Friday, November 22.
Presentation chose Hosny because not only is he one of the most popular singers in the Arab world, but he also serves as an ambassador for Egyptian art.
Hosny expressed his happiness to participate in such an important sports event, cooperating with a leading sports marketing company like presentation.
The closing ceremony of U-23 AFCON is expected to witness a group of surprises made by Presentation Company.
Tazkati which is headed by Al-Nabrawy exerted a lot of effort in organizing U-23 AFCON using the latest worldwide techniques.
Tazkarti made an amazing organization for U-23 AFCON opening ceremony that dazzled all the attendees.
Hosny is a singer, songwriter, composer and actor. He began his musical career in 2002. His romantic music has made him "the Star of the Generation", a name given to him by his fans.
Hosny won many awards, such as Best Selling Album in 2002 from the Nile Variety channel, Best Arab Artist at Murex D’Or in 2014 and 2016, and Best Arab Artist at the Middle East Music Awards in 2015. He is also the first Arab artist to receive more than 100 million views on Anghami.
His latest movie “El-Badla” (The Suit) which was released in Eid El-Fitr achieved revenues that exceeded LE 50 million. In the movie, he plays the role of a police officer who finds himself involved in a number of critical situations due to the nature of his job.
“El-Badla” stars Amina Khalil, Maged el-Masry, Dalal Abdel Aziz, Hassan Hosny, and Mai Kassab, among others. The movie is written by Ayman Bahagat Kamar and directed by Mando el-Adl. Hosny announced that “El-Badla” achieved the highest revenues in the history of the Egyptian cinema.
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