He couldn’t stand seeing her face at all and refused to shake her hand..you wouldn’t believe what Nour al-Sharif’s mother had done to him to make him hate her so much!!

Nour al-Sharif, one of the most important stars of his generation and a great stature of acting in the Arab world, left an artistic legacy that is difficult to enumerate,


His legacy and memory remain immortal in the hearts of his fans, but despite this, the artist lived a very harsh childhood, especially after the death of his father when he was not even one year old.

This is in addition to many secrets that no one has approached, but which were narrated by Nour himself at an early stage of his life.

And he recorded it during his confessions to those close to him, and among these secrets is his relationship with his mother, who married another man and left him to his uncle “Ismail” to raise him.

Nour al-Sharif recounted in an old dialogue to him about his suffering, saying: “One of the teachers called Ali in the classroom, saying: “Where is the student Muhammad Jaber?

I did not respond to him until the teacher came to me and explained my real name, so I answered him that my name is Noor Ismail, because they used to call me by the name of Noor in my uncle’s house.

Then the teacher said to me, from today, your name is Muhammad Jaber, and when I came back, I asked my aunt, and she revealed the whole truth to me.”

And about his relationship with his mother, he said that he refused to shake hands with her when she married another man after the death of his father, and that when his mother came to take him, he refused because he hated her very much, so he ran to take cover in the arms of his aunt,

He added that his mother tried to kidnap him from the school by instructing her husband to do the kidnapping, but he failed because of his screaming, which made people in the street gather around the kidnappers and take them to the police station.

Nour al-Sharif’s loss of his father made him at first fear a lot about the idea of ​​marriage, believing that it might happen again, and that he would die at the same age as his father.

And when Nour married, he was very afraid of the idea that he would leave after giving birth, leaving his children without a father, and fear continued to haunt Nour Al-Sharif for years of his life.

But his culture and his eagerness to read and learn, built a wall of confidence in him that made him not fall prey to this obsession.

The artist, Nour El-Sharif, said in a television interview: “His relationship with his late mother remained tense for many years, because of her marriage after his father’s death, and that he was angry with her a lot because of what she did,

Especially because he loved his father very much, and he remained so until he joined the Film Institute and studied psychology, and at this moment Nour found a thousand excuses for what his mother did.”

that he regretted his cruel treatment of his mother; Because her marriage was really for her, especially since she was young
It is reported that the late great artist Nour El Sherif was born in 1946 in the Sayeda Zeinab neighborhood in Cairo Governorate.

His family’s origins go back to Minya Governorate. The artist, Nour El-Sharif, obtained a diploma from the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts with a grade of “excellence” and was the first in his class in 1967.

He began acting in school, where he joined the acting team, as he was a player in the football cubs at Zamalek Club, but he did not complete his football career,

Then he turned to acting.
Nour El-Sherif presented several roles for Egyptian cinema, which he started in 1966 through the movie Qasr Al-Shawq, and in 1999 he presented the movie The Lovers, in which he directed for the first time,

He also starred in the drama through his series, the most famous of which are: (I will not live in my father’s gown, the other man, Dali, Hazrat Al Muthham Abi, the family of Hajj Metwally, Al Attar and the Seven Girls, and Al Rahaya).

And several historical series, the most important of which are: (Harun al-Rashid and Omar bin Abdul Aziz), and at the level of cinema, he presented nearly 200 cinematic works in his artistic life.

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