Adel Imam added in his television interview that Abdel Halim Hafez was attending her plays and sitting at the back of the theater, and that at the school of rioters he attended the play and pulled it out to greet the audience.
Abdel Halim Hafez was born in the village of Al-Hilwat affiliated to the Ibrahimiyyah Center in Sharkia governorate on June 21, 1929, and the son was the youngest among four brothers, Ismail, Muhammad, and Alia. The house of his uncle, Al-Hajj Metwally Amasha, and he used to play with his cousins in the canal of the village, and from there he moved to schistosomiasis, which he suffered a lot from.
Over the course of his artistic career, he presented more than two hundred songs in which he collaborated with the most prominent composers on the art scene in Egypt, among them Kamal Al-Tawil, Muhammad Al-Mougy, Baligh Hamdy and Muhammad Abdel-Wahab. In 1955, the last of which was the movie (My Father Above the Tree) in 1969, one of his most prominent songs (Qaraat Al Fenjan, Sawah, Ze Al Hawa, Jabbar), he died during his treatment trip in the British capital London at the age of 47.