“I never intended to draw attention or do Shaw,” this was confirmed by artist Afaf Rashad in statements to “Sky News Arabia”, during which she stressed that she feels sad about the amount of criticism she has been subjected to during the past two days since the photo was published.
A number of observers went to criticize her new looks, both regarding her abandoning the headscarf, and other comments that the owners say that this look does not fit her age.
The artist responded to those comments on the photo (which some commentators called the ghastly Jennifer Lopez), expressing her dissatisfaction, and said: “I feel sad about the amount of criticism that I am subjected to daily after publishing the picture .. I did not mean to draw attention to this picture, but everything in it. The matter is that I changed my account picture, and then I was surprised by the huge amount of criticism that I am strangely subjected to. “
And she continued, “Regarding the criticism of taking off the hijab, this is a personal freedom, and no one has the right to interfere in my private affairs,” sending a message to her critics: “What is the benefit that will accrue to you from bullying my image ?!” And she continued: “I thank everyone who commented positively, while everyone who took the matter up with bullying is accountable to God.”
In another context, the artist talked about her upcoming work, indicating that she is preparing to film the rest of the parts of the series Ward with The artist Hanan Mutawa And the artist Salah Abdullah, who will be shown after the end of the next Ramadan.
She is also preparing to participate in the series “The Balance of Evil” with Kamal Abu Raya Hala Fakher, Amy Talaat Zakaria and a number of stars, which are happening within the framework of the Upper Egypt drama, is also scheduled to be shown after the end of the month of Ramadan.
The artist Afaf Rashad considered that she is “one of the stars whose right is lost,” explaining that she “will not impose herself on directors or authors in order to obtain opportunities to appear on the screen,” commenting on the lack of her artistic work in the recent period.
The artist Afaf Rashad, born in 1975, graduated from the Higher Institute of Concierge Fatwar, and was married for a period of the late artist Sami Al-Adl.
Among the cinematic works in which she participated (I will never forgive, women behind bars, the heart of the lion and his servant death and Samir Abu al-Nil), and her television contributions are series (A Very Happy Marriage, Women in Exile, Adam and Jamila, Professor and Head of Department).