A large artistic crowd bids farewell to the late Suhair Al-Babli

A large number of artists and actresses in Egypt, the late artist Suhair Al-Babli, who died at the age of 86 after suffering from illness.

Since the early morning, a large number of artists and citizens have flocked to the tombs of the family of the late artist Suhair al-Babli to participate in her funeral to her final resting place from the Police Mosque in the Sheikh Zayed area, south of Cairo.

Al-Babli, born in February 1935, is the daughter of the coastal governorate of Damietta in northern Egypt.

Al-Babli studied at the Higher Institute of Dramatic Art and the Institute of Music at the same time, and began her artistic career at an early age, during which she presented more than 100 works between theater, drama and cinema.

She appeared in theater roles and had many works of art that were engraved in the memory of viewers, no matter how generations passed, such as the role of “Idiot Effat” the teacher in the play “The School of Rioters”, which was shown in the seventies, and her role in the play “Raya and Sakina”, which she shared the championship with the late Egyptian artist Shadia.

Among the famous plays presented by al-Babli, was the satirical political play “A Raseef” in 1987 directed by the director of the National Theater in Egypt at the time, Jalal al-Sharqawi. It sparked widespread controversy and was banned from the show for many years for political reasons.

Al-Babli also embodied many roles in Egyptian drama and cinema, and the character “Bakiza Hanim Al-Darmali” was one of the most famous characters that she presented in the series “Bakiza and Zaghloul”, with the Egyptian actress and producer, Esaad Younes, who was calling for her recovery on social media platforms.

The last work presented by the late actress was the series “Suska’s Law” in 2016, which has not yet been shown on television due to some production crises, according to what Al-Babli said in previous statements.


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