Sherif Desouki resumes filming his work after the end of his health crisis

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Producer Ahmed Al-Janayni announced that the preparations for the second part of his film “A Man’s Stand”, with the participation of the same heroes, the artist Majed Al-Kadwani, Sayed Ragab, Bayoumi Fouad, Sherif Desouki and Muhammad Salam, and Amina Khalil who participated in a special appearance, in addition to the guests of honor, Sawsan Badr and Safa Al-Toukhi, Eman Al-Sayed

The artist, Sherif Desouki, confirmed that the preparations for the film have started and is now in the writing stage, and that he will appear next Ramadan as a guest of honor in the series “Naguib Zahi Zarkash” by the great Yahya Al-Fakharani, directed by Shadi Al-Fakharani, written by Abdul Rahim Kamal, and he also participated in the film “The People and the Tiger” starring the artist Mohamed Heneidi, including Shalabi, Sabreen, Amr Abdel Jalil, Bayoumi Fouad, Arifah Abdel Rasoul, Mahmoud Hafez, Donia Maher, Sherif Desouki, screenplay and dialogue by Sharif Arafa – Karim Hassan Bashir, and a story and directed by Sharif Arafa.

And “Desouky” had confirmed in his statements that he had not joined any psychiatric clinics recently, and that this matter happened many years ago, due to the death of his wife and his partner, whom he loved and appreciated very much.

He stressed that he respects the location and photography, and deals with him in his sanctuary, and that he has suffered throughout the past months from high blood sugar, and the medical team has been guarding and following him about the seriousness of his health condition, otherwise one of his feet was amputated.

He added: “I reprimand Dr. Ashraf Zaki because he knows me well and was supposed to stand by me and support me, and ask the able director Sharif, he knew him, Kamilah Abu Zekri and Ahmed Khaled Moussa about my commitment to filming.”

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