During the meeting, Zaki revealed a number of things that happened to her for the first time, and said: “I love people who remember the past but do not surround themselves with it.
And about her journey and the moments that passed by, she said: “The sweetness of the journey that a person lives in the different moments that pass by him, I am a person who like to live the experience of the first time in every need such as the first day of photography, the first time I stand on the stage and other moments.
Zaki revealed during the dialogue what the Corona pandemic did in the world, and she said: “Corona last year, I brought out the best and best things from people, and on the other hand I brought out the worst of them, as it revealed a lot about everyone.”
And she continued: “The first person I go to in moments of joy is my mother, my husband, my sisters, but in moments of sadness there is only one friend, while the first drink I adopted upon waking up was coffee.”
And she continued about the things she does for the first time in her life, saying: “The first filming location I was in was in the Egyptian television building, Studio 10, with director Ismail Abdel Hafez, while the first scene was in the family series with Tariq Lotfi, while the first favorite work she presented was a play ( In eloquent Arabic) “, and continued:” The first work people know my form is the series (Ahalina), and after that (Saidi at the American University). ”
Mona Zaki is participating in the current Ramadan marathon in the series “Newton’s Game”, which revolves around the journey of Hazem and Here, who plan in complete secrecy to have their children on American lands, but the adventure gets complicated little by little, and takes them to worlds that were never taken into account. In Egypt and the United States of America, it is the fourth television work of director Tamer Mohsen in the Ramadan drama.
“Newton’s Game” starring Mona Zaki, Mohamed Farrag, Mohamed Mamdouh, Sayed Ragab, Aisha bin Ahmed, Mayan El-Sayed, Osama Al-Hadi, and for the first time in the Egyptian-American drama, the Egyptian-American actor Adam El-Sharkawy, screenplay and writing supervision, Maha Al-Wazir, and includes the scenario workshop The dialogue was written by the authors Maha Al-Wazir, Samar Abdel Nasser, Muhammad Al-Shakibi and Ammar Sabry, written and directed by Tamer Mohsen.