It seems that in 2013 Warda Al Jazairia's fans will have an inside look into her private life through a biographical series.
In details, an Arabic, non-Egyptian, company assigned an open budget for Warda's biographical series which will be broadcasted in Ramadan 2013.
Writer Mahmoud Maarouf, a close friend to the great artist Warda Al Jazairia from the late sixties until she passed away, will write her biography based on the incidents and secrets she told him before her death.
When he was asked which female artist will be cast for Warda's role, Maarouf said that he is torn between both Amal Maher and Angham, because the late Algerian singer asked him to choose between the two before she died.
He is now planning with the Algerian ambassador in Egypt to visit Warda's hometown "Baladiyat Tifash" for more details about her childhood, he will even reveal her last confessions to him before she died about her relationships with the three Egyptian presidents: Abdel Nasser, Al Sadat and Moubarak, in addition to banning her from singing.
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