Video | Suheir Ramzi reveals the secret of her collapse at Mahmoud Yassin’s funeral: Me

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Friday 16 October 2020

I wrote – Yasmine El-Sharkawy:

The artist, Soheir Ramzi, revealed the reason for her collapse during her participation in the funeral of the great artist Mahmoud Yassin.

Suhair said, during an intervention in the “ninth” program, with the journalist Wael Al-Ibrashi, that he was a professor in every sense of the word, noting that his morals were beyond imagination, and that she worked with him since the beginning of her artistic career, as she participated in more than Fifteen cinematic works. “

Soheir Ramzy added that the late Mahmoud Yassin was a human being in the full sense of the word, and his house was the most important thing for him, and that he was an irreplaceable person.

She added, “The cinematic works were presented to him first, and the number of cinematic works that were shown to him reached about 119 films, after which they are shown to the rest of the artists.”

Regarding the reason for her entering into a state of collapse, she said: “What happened this was an act of self-control for me. Suddenly I felt suffocated and that my whole life colleague was gone from me. I couldn’t hold myself. I am completely lost.”

Soheir Ramzi has collaborated with Mahmoud Yassin in a number of films, most notably: “The Missing Plane, The Trial, A Woman for Love, The Age of Love, Where’s the Way, A Woman of Glass”

On Thursday noon, the funeral of the late Mahmoud Yassin took place from the Police Mosque in Sheikh Zayed City, and he was buried in the family cemetery on Fayoum Road.

The family is scheduled to receive condolences in the square of the Royal City Compound in Sheikh Zayed today, Friday, after the Maghrib prayer.

The great artist Mahmoud Yassin left our world in the early hours of last Wednesday morning, at the age of 79, after enriching his artistic life with hundreds of important cinematic and dramatic works.

The artist Mahmoud Yassin was born in Port Said in 1941, and is considered one of the most important Egyptian cinema artists, and among his most prominent works are “Remember Me”, “Mouths and Rabbits”, “The Bullet Is Still in My Pocket”, “Nose and Three Eyes”, “Birth Ya Dunya”, ” “Promise”, “island”, “incantation”, “song on the boardwalk.”


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