Egyptian actress Nadia Rafik died this morning at the age of 85, after an artistic giving journey full of distinguished dramas.
Her son, Fadel Kourdi, announced the death of the late artist through his personal page on the social networking site "Facebook", noting that the funeral took place in the Syriac Church in Heliopolis, Cairo.
"My mother completed. Mama Nana, as her grandchildren call her. Mother of victory, as some people know her. The able artist Nadia Rafeeq completed her worldly mission towards her children, grandchildren and her loved ones in the best way. She left the land of misery to the highest paradise. Pray for us, Mama."
It is noteworthy that the late artist was born in 1935, and embodied the mother's personality in a number of important works, most notably "Tut Tut", "Me and You and Papa in the Apricot", "Dreamy Nights", "Adam's Children", "People of the Summit", and " So as not to suffocate love, "and" Dreams of the Flying Boy, "as some called her" affectionate mother ", he looked at the nature of most of the roles she played.
The series "Bab Al-Khalq", which was presented in 2012, is considered the last of the artist's works, and through it she appeared in limited scenes, and after that she did not appear in any TV or cinematic work.