Egyptian director Khaled Youssef was surprised to learn of the rumors of his preparing a movie about the revolution for Ghada Abdel Razek and presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi to star in.
And in a special statement he made to our reporter in Cairo, Khaled said that both his personal and professional relationship with Ghada has ended because of her support for Hosni Mobarak at the time when he was murdering the revolutionaries in Midan Al Tahrir.
Also, there is no way possible that a renowned presidential candidate like Hamdeen would agree to be in a movie or show, not as an understatement of art, but because as a politician, it would be absurd for him to be in a movie and follow director’s orders…
He also added: “How can a politician and a candidate for such a high post act next to an actress who was always against the great revolution?!”
These statements came after Khaled submitted a memorandum to the Egyptian parliament with artists and actors’ refusal for the standards of establishment of the constitution which marginalize the participation of artists in the formulation of it.
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