The Egyptian artist, Farida Seif Al-Nasr, expressed her dissatisfaction and suffering due to the appearance of signs of old age on her, revealing her desire to undergo plastic surgery to overcome this problem.
Farida wrote on her Facebook account: “Unfortunately, my appearance will need plastic surgery, and I am always the opposition, but I am not injecting, blowing, or reducing the nostrils, nor talking about this. I already have a problem. My neck is long and full. Of course, everything is less, and I found the neck, a girl of sixty in seventy, making me a double chain, meaning that tomorrow and this remains when the meat came down, the skin is silver.
And she added: “Ok, I want a solution without blowing injections or pain, what is the work? What is the worst thing left is a neck of a goose? May God destroy the house of pride, but huh.”
Social media audience interaction
Comments poured in from the followers of the Egyptian artist, asking her not to resort to any plastic surgery, and to preserve her current natural shape. .”
Others emphasized that advancing age is part of life, and the artist must preserve the features of her current shape, and not undergo any plastic surgery, so one of them wrote: “Growing up is the year of life.--
Her latest work
On the technical level, Farida Saif Al-Nasr is participating in the series “Al-Omda”, which will be shown in Ramadan 2023. It was written and directed by Muhammad Al-Sami, and produced by Media Hub.-
The story of the series “The Omda” revolves around a social framework in the Sayeda Zeinab neighborhood, around a man named “Jaafar.” The drama simulates the popular groups of Egyptian society, and deals with several issues that occur in Arab societies in general.
The dramatic work includes many artists, including: Menna Fadali, Muhammad Ramadan, Heidi Karam, Zina, Iman Al-Assi, Mai Kassab, Hala Sidqi, Issam El-Sakka, Tariq Al-Nahri, Ahmed Dash, and Magdy Badr.
Farida will also appear in the series “Nadra Currency”, written by Medhat Al-Adl, directed by Muhammad Jamal Al-Adl, and starring Nelly Karim, Jamal Suleiman, Kamal Abu Rayya, Jumana Murad, Ahmed Eid and others.