A state of sadness prevailed in the artistic community after the artist’s passing Othman Muhammad Ali The father of the artist Salwa Othman, who enriched the artistic life with many distinguished works in Egyptian cinema and drama, is one of the sons of the generation of great artistic giants whose roles had a distinctive mark and a great imprint on Egyptian art, even though his roles were secondary and he did not obtain absolute heroism, as he united him with the late artist. Nour El-Sherif’s dramatic works are considered one of the most important series in their artistic career.
I will not live in the shadow of my father
The series “I will not live in my father’s robe” is considered one of the works that has an imprint on Egyptian drama, and it was the first work that brought together the duo Othman Muhammad Ali and the artist Nour Al-Sherif. The events of the series revolve around the story of the rise from the bottom to the top of Abdel Ghafour Al-Borai (Nour Al-Sherif), starting with the agency of Haj Ibrahim. Sardinah (Abdul Rahman Abu Zahra) until he becomes the owner of a private business from which he makes a fortune, and events continue.
The Harafish, Part One
The duo, Othman Muhammad Ali and Nour Al-Sharif, met again two years after the series “I Will Not Live in My Father’s Robe,” through the series “The Harafish,” the first part. The series is taken from Naguib Mahfouz’s novel (The Harafish), which presented the biography of the popular hero Ashour Al-Naji and his family, where he represents A symbol of principles, values, justice, mercy, and fairness to the simple.
Hajj Metwally’s family
The duo, Othman Muhammad Ali and Nour Al-Sharif, repeated their cooperation after 3 years through the series “The Family of Hajj Metwally”, which achieved great success in terms of viewership and popularity. His conversation revolved around (Metwally), a man who starts his life from scratch, as he works for a textile merchant whom he trusts. He did it a lot, and after the death of the merchant, Metwally married his widow and had children with her, until she died, and he managed all the wealth, until he became one of the largest merchants in the region, after which his marriages continued one after the other.
Al-Attar and his seven daughters
The duo, Othman Muhammad Ali and Nour Al-Sharif, became a charm of luck and success for each other. The duo repeated the success after one year from the Hajj Metwally family, through the series “Al-Attar and the Seven Girls.” Its story revolves around (Hajj Saleh) Attar, who faces a problem in conceiving, so his wife (Hajj Sayyida) By marrying him to her maid (Haniyeh), Haniyeh becomes pregnant and gives birth to a son for Hajj Saleh, whom he names (Abdulrahman). After that, Hajja becomes pregnant with a woman despite her advanced age, and after giving birth to twins (Saif and Aisha), jealousy flares up in her heart and she orders Hajj to take his second wife away to a far away place. And events escalate.
Live your days
The duo, Othman Muhammad Ali and Nour Al-Sharif, met again in 2004 through the series “Live Your Days,” and its events revolved around a family consisting of a husband, a wife, and three children in different stages of education. The problem begins with the husband feeling that he is living a routine life with his family, so he makes surprising decisions, for example Change, which gets him into many problems.
The last work that brought together Othman Muhammad Ali and the artist Nour Al-Sharif was the series “Khalaf Allah” in 2013, which achieved great success, and its events took place in a dramatic context, where one of the remote villages in which Khalaf Allah (Nour Al-Sharif) lives, the owner of dignity and principles, who finds… The people of his village and its people have great confidence and great prestige. Because he expects many strange situations to occur in the village, which makes this feature a way to secure his life and achieve his refuge. The events also address the revolutions that recently occurred in the Arab region, and how this affected the region and the village.
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