|" The play was attended by a very ordinary audience, and the actors feared that people would not appreciate the show, nor they would understand it, but the crew was surprised by the audience's reaction as soon as the show started||"This is an element of the theatrical performance, and one may have noticed the audience's response to it|
|Then he offered me the character of the , and I chose it immediately as it is a flesh and blood character that eats, drinks, loves and hates, so I loved it and made it real as much as the public loved it and was filled with its presence"||El-Fakharany rarely agrees to be interviewed as he prefers the public to associate him with his roles and he does not wish to interfere in their perception of him while appearing on social media|
Personal life [ ] Yehia el-Fakharany is married to , a physician and writer, author of the screenplay of "King Farouq" series 2007.
|The story revolves around Al-Shahhat The Beggar played by El-Fakharany, who is begging with his daughter by singing in the streets of a town where the Caliph took power at a young age after the death of his father||Give contextual explanation and translation from your sites! This effect is reinforced by the soundtrack signed by the renowned Egyptian composer while using the lyrics of the Persian mystic, poet and teacher of Sufism from his collection of poems "Diwan al-Hallaj"|
|El-Fakharany plays Salim el-Badri , an aristocratic young man who returns to Egypt from his foreign mission during Sadat's "," or open-door economic policy and inherits a property of his father, Ismail el-Badri||Shadi el-Fakharany, the elder son of the Egyptian artist, graduated from the Film Institute in the late 1990s, and worked as an assistant director in some cinematic productions, and he is now in film directing|
Early years [ ] El-Fakharany earned a in Medicine and from in Cairo, in 1971.26