Minister of Culture, Samir Sabry and Hany Ramzy were the most prominent attendees at Mahmoud Yassin’s condolences. Pictures


Flock to attend the condolences of the late Mahmoud Yassin, currently located in Sheikh Zayed, the Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem, Ashraf Zaki, Salah Abdullah, Latifa, Nadia Mustafa, Hassan Al Raddad, Firdous Abdel Hamid and her husband, Muhammad Fadil, Munther Rayahneh, Muhammad Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Farouk Flux, Ahmed Shaker Abdel Latif and Suleiman Eid, Ihab Fahmy, musician Hany Muhanna, director Mohamed Salama, Tamer Karam and Hanan Shoufi.

All the artist Mohamed Ramsan, Elham Shaheen, Abdel Rahman Abu Zahra, Samir Sabry and Mahmoud Hamida were also keen to offer condolences to the late artist Mahmoud Yassin, who passed away the day before yesterday after a major struggle with illness.

A short while ago, he arrived to offer condolences to the late great artist Mahmoud Yassin, who is currently standing in one of the compounds in Sheikh Zayed City, each of the artists, Sherif Mounir, Kamal Aburiya, Muhammad Ezz, Muhammad Al Sharnoubi, Khaled Mahmoud, Nihal Anbar, Dunya Abdel Aziz, the journalist Saif Zaher, director Ahmed Khaled Moussa, and the father Peter Daniel.

Artists Laila Alawi, Youssef Shaaban, Ahmed Adam, Ahmed Al-Awadi, Dina Fouad, Sahar Al-Sayegh, Laila Ezz Al-Arab and the journalist Mahmoud Saad attended to pay their respects.

The artist and screenwriter Amr Mahmoud Yassin received the condolences of his father, the late artist Mahmoud Yassin in the Sheikh Zayed area, who died the day before yesterday at the age of 79, after a long struggle with illness, which kept him away from artistic life over the past seven years, which witnessed the spread of rumors of his death in succession, and always. His family was not aggressively confronting these rumors until he passed away and there was no room for rumors again.

The funeral of the late artist Mahmoud Yassin took place yesterday from the Police Mosque in Sheikh Zayed City in October, and his body was buried in the family cemetery on Fayoum Road.

The late artist Mahmoud Yassin presented small roles in the cinema at the end of the sixties, until his great opportunity came in the movie (We Do Not Plant Thorns) with Shadia in 1970, and films followed after that, and among them was (The Thin Thread) in front of Faten Hamama and (Nose and Three Eyes) In front of Majida Al-Sabahi and (Bottom of Medina) in front of Nadia Lotfi and (Mawlid Ya Dunya) in front of the singer Afaf Radi and (Remember Me) in front of Najla Fathi and (Al-Batinah) in front of Nadia Al-Jundi and (The session is secret) in front of Yusra and (Al-Harafish) in front of Safia Al-Omari.

On television, he presented dozens of series, including (The Dawah), (Tomorrow Flowers Bloom), (Husband’s Memoirs), (The Second Meeting), (The Brotherhood of the Girls), (Al-Yaqeen), (Disobedience), (Souk Al Asr), (Promise and Not Written) and (Against the Current), (East Winds), (Abu Hanifa al-Nu`man), and (Mama in the section).

Old age gave him more space to play distinctive roles in cinema, in which he stood next to the next generations of stars, so he participated in (Al-Jazeera) with Ahmed Al-Sakka, (Al-Waad) with Asir Yassin, (Izbat Adam) with Ahmed Azmy, Majid Al-Kadwani and (Gedo Habibi) with Bushra And Ahmed Fahmy and directed by Ali Idris.


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