Google celebrates Soad Hosni's birthday

Today, Google celebrates Soad Hosni’s 79th birthday with a new festive logo Google Doodle that appears on the Google search site in the Arab countries, as it always used to celebrate the birthday of influential figures, including artists, writers, scientists and others, and Google said that celebrating the birthday of Soad Hosni comes as a multi-faceted artist and one of the most influential actresses in Egyptian and Arab cinema, as she is considered a symbol of women's empowerment.

The Egyptian artist, Souad Mohamed Kamal Hosni, better known by the name Souad Hosni, was born in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, to an early artistic family, on this day in 1943. The famous Egyptian radio for children.

But Soad Hosni’s stardom began with her first movie roles, where she starred at the age of seventeen in the romantic Egyptian movie “Hassan and Naamiya” in 1959, after the poet, director and artist Abdel Rahman Al-Khamisi discovered her, a role that received great acclaim and was The beginning of a distinguished career that reached more than 80 diverse cinematic films in which she participated along with a group of the best artists in the history of Egyptian cinema, in which her roles varied between show, acting, dancing and singing.

The most famous films, starring the Egyptian artist, whose birthday Google celebrates today, include the movie “Keep in mind from Zuzu,” in which she also participated in singing and dancing, in addition to a small film on love and Karnak film about the novel by the great Nobel Prize-winning writer Naguib Mahfouz, to Besides the movies The Second Wife, Hunger, Love in the Dungeon, Choice, Where's My Mind, My Wife, The Dog, and Dinner Date.

The great Egyptian artist died on June 21, 2001, in a mysterious accident after falling from the balcony of her apartment in London, and the manner of her death led to many speculations about whether the death was natural or premeditated.

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