“I wished to work as a dancer.” Zina reveals her childhood dream (photos)

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Monday, December 12, 2022

I wrote – Bahira Fouda:

The actress, Zina, revealed her childhood dream before working in the field of acting, noting that she had hoped to work as a dancer.

Zina said, during an interview with “Enigma” magazine, that in her childhood she wished to become a dancer, noting that if she were not an actress, she would now be an employee in a bank.

Zina added that the female figure that influenced her the most was her mother.

And about the thing she fears the most, she said, “Death and losing someone dear to her,” noting that she is still affected by her father’s death.

And Zina continued during the dialogue that she prefers films to series, and that the character “Rasha”, which she presented in the series “The Night and the One in It”, is more a character unlike her real personality.

On the other hand, Zina is participating in the series “Al-Omda”, which is scheduled to be shown next Ramadan 2023, whose events take place in a popular social context, and it was written and directed by Muhammad Sami, and participated in the script and dialogue by Mohab Tariq, and was produced by Media Hub Saadi-Johar.

The series starring the stars, Mohamed Ramadan, Zina, Hala Sidqi, Iman Al-Assi, May Kassab, Ahmed Dash, Farida Saif Al-Nasr, Tariq Al-Desouki, and a number of other artists.

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