Shams Al-Baroudi returns to the screen after 37 years, and her husband, Hassan Youssef, reveals the details

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Recently, news spread about the return of the retired Egyptian artist, Shams Al-Baroudi, to the screen in a work directed by her son Omar Hassan Youssef, after an absence of 37 years.

In statements to the media, Hassan Youssef, Shams Al-Baroudi’s husband, revealed the truth of what was being raised, saying that when she decided to retire, she was not hesitant, and made the decision after thinking, because she knew that it was not an easy step, but rather came while she was in the prime of her stardom.

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Youssef added that his son Omar “has decided a while ago to make a documentary about my life and the life of his mother, and what will happen is that Shams and I will actually appear, but to talk and comment on our journey, not as actors, as was said and hesitant.”

Read also: This is how Shams Al-Baroudi became at the age of 75 and a new appearance in the hijab (witness)

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He added, “Shams will not, in any way, return as an actress in any work, whether it is television or cinema.”

He explained that she had received an offer of millions of pounds to return, but her response was a categorical refusal.

Shams Al-Baroud’s latest movie

Shams Al-Baroudi retired from art after her last movie, “Two On the Road”, in 1984 with the artist Adel Imam.

Shams wore the hijab, then the niqab, which she wore for a while, and returned to the hijab again.

She has retired from the spotlight since that time, and her last appearance was about two years ago with her family, through pictures that were circulated to them.

Shams Al-Baroudi in the hijab in the latest appearance

It is noteworthy that last June, a tag was issued in the name of the retired Egyptian artist Shams Al-Baroudi, the list of the most popular hashtags on Twitter in Egypt, after a recent photo of her spread on the communication sites with her husband, artist Hassan Youssef.

Shams Al-Baroudi, who is now 75 years old, published a picture in the “selfie” style with her husband, Hassan Youssef, and appeared in the veil that she wore many years ago after her retirement from art.

Al-Baroudi’s picture caused a sensation on the communication sites, as her appearance since her retirement from acting is very rare

Shams appeared in good health and did not show signs of graying significantly, as well as her husband, Hassan Youssef, who appeared in good health and is now 87 years old.

Read also: After she took off the niqab, Shams Al-Baroudi provokes widespread controversy on the communication sites with a family photo with her husband and family

Activists praised the beauty of Shams Al-Baroudi, who still retains it despite reaching this age.

Many followers also praised Shams Al-Baroudi’s commitment to the veil since she announced her retirement from the world of acting, and did not take it off, as did some actresses who wore it and then returned to take it off and practice acting again.

Shams Al-Baroudi has been married to Hassan Youssef since the beginning of the seventies, and they have four children: Nariman, Abdullah, Mahmoud and Omar.

The story of Shams Al-Baroudi’s retirement

In press statements last year, Al-Baroudi revealed new details about the journey that was behind her decision to retire from acting in 1982.

Al-Baroudi said, in exclusive statements to the Egyptian newspaper “Al-Watan” at the time, that she traveled to Paris with her husband, artist Hassan Youssef, and bought the latest clothes from international fashion houses there, in preparation for filming a new movie produced by her husband’s company, adding that she “then headed to the Kingdom.” Saudi Arabia accompanied by her father to perform Umrah.

And she continued: “I arrived in Medina first with my father, and women were allotted time to visit the tomb of the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, and there I saw the Prophet Muhammad, the best prayer and peace be upon him, at his grave and he was looking at me. (Oh my beloved, O Messenger of God) and I do not believe what is happening to me.”

And Shams Al-Baroudi added: “The wife of my father’s friend at the time was with me, who shouted at me, saying (Above me, Shams), and I left the place in a daze, to the point that my father asked me why I was late inside, so that his friend’s wife answered saying (bless her.. This is our Lord Fatah). I did not understand the meaning of her words due to the excessive state of silence and astonishment that possessed me at the time.”

And she continued: “Then we headed to Mecca to perform the rituals of Umrah, and during the circumambulation, other conquests occurred to me, including my vision of the Fatiha of the Books complete with its meanings while I was praying, and when I committed I read the runways of the walkers in 3 parts, and I discovered that I saw everything that was written, I swear to God that this is what happened. with me then.”

And she continued, “My heart was convinced at that time that everything would pass away, whether money, prestige, form or beauty, and only the strength of my faith would remain with me in my grave, and at that time I decided to retire from acting while I was at the height of my artistic glow.”

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