Asma Sharif Munir on her picture: Hijazi, his form is urgent


Hala Abu Shama In the news, celebrity life

Posted Date: Monday, January 13, 2020 – 19:30 | Last update: Monday, January 13, 2020 – 19:31

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Mounir posted the photo through her personal account on Instagram, and explained that her husband, the artist Mahmoud Hegazy, suddenly took her while driving the car, to admire her appearance, as a writer commented: “Hegazy photographed this picture while he was driving.”

She continued: “Because he said,” What do you want to look like? ”


It is noteworthy that Asma, her father Sharif Munir, recently participated in presenting the first and second seasons of the “Me and my daughter” program, in which each episode discussed one of the topics that dealt with the difference between generations, through a group From different guests.

While Mahmoud Hijazi recently participated in the starring of the story “You do not come to my life” in the events of the series “Nassabi and Qasmatk 3”, alongside Muhammad Al-Sharnoubi, Donia Abdel Aziz, Hoda Al-Mufti and Mohamed Yousry, which was written by Amr Mahmoud Yassin and directed by Mostafa Intellectual.

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