Before criticizing his new look … Amr Saad to the public: Positive energy is the greatest protection


Hala Abu Shama In the news, celebrity life

Posted: Monday, 16 March 2020 – 19:40

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        Artist Amr Saad communicates with the public through his personal accounts on social media, by posting photos and videos.<p>Also read:<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"> The fact that my fool is infected with Corona virus</a>

Through his personal account on Instagram, Saad shared his followers with a new image of him in which he appeared wearing an orange shirt and blue pants, while the features of his face showed signs of happiness.

“The positive energy is the greatest protection,” he commented, “looking at you who puts you in a bag.”


Amr Saad, has recently sparked widespread controversy on social media, after he published a new photo session, in which he appeared in clothes that some likened to that that festivals singer Hamu Beca used to wear.

It is noteworthy that the movie “The Pharaoh’s Campaign” is the last of Amr Saad’s artwork, and it was co-starred by Ruby, Mahmoud Abdel-Moghany, Hamdi El-Merghani, Mohamed Lotfy and Rams Amir, with the participation of international boxer Mike Tyson, directed by Raouf Abdel Aziz, It is produced by Mohammed Al-Subki.

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