Nour al-Sharif and Bossi, wearing traditional Japanese clothing, appeared in the picture, during their participation in one of the art festivals held in the capital, Tokyo.
It is noteworthy that Nour Al-Sharif married Bossi in 1972 after a long love story, and they had both Sarah and Mai. One of the most important films that brought them together was “My Love Always”, in which they presented the strongest love story known in Egyptian cinema, as well as “A Cat on Fire” and other joint films.
The marriage relationship between the two stars lasted for a long time, but it went through a tremor that ended in separation, but they returned to each other during the period of Nour al-Sharif’s illness, which ended with his death.
The reason for the separation remained a secret that no one knew, as the two parties did not disclose it, but it was published in newspapers and artistic sites that the reason for the separation was due to the relationship between the late artist Nour Sharif and the young Tunisian artist Sandy, but this information was not confirmed or denied by both parties.
Nour al-Sharif died Tuesday, August 11, 2015, after a long struggle with illness at the age of 69, and his funeral took place on Wednesday, August 12, 2015 from the Police Mosque in the sixth of October.