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Anoushka (actress)

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Anoushka (actress)
Rayuwa
Cikakken suna قرتانوس جاربيس سليم
Haihuwa Kairo, 9 ga Maris, 1960 (64 shekaru)
ƙasa Misra
Harshen uwa Larabci
Karatu
Makaranta The American University in Cairo (en) Fassara
Harsuna Larabci
Sana'a
Sana'a mawaƙi da Jarumi
Sunan mahaifi Anoushka
Artistic movement music of Egypt (en) Fassara
Kayan kida murya
IMDb nm4863284

Anoushka An haifi ta a watan Maris 9, 1960), wacce aka fi sani da sunan ta na wasan kwaikwayo Anoushka (Larabci: أنوشكا), mawakiya ce kuma 'yar wasan kwaikwayo ta Masar. [1][2]

Rayuwa ta farko[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

An haife ta ne a Alkahira, Misira, ga mahaifin Armeniya na Masar da mahaifiyar Armeniya. Ta yi karatun sakandare a Makarantar Armenian Gulbenkian a unguwar Boulaq a Alkahira kuma ta ci gaba da karatun Gudanar da Kasuwanci a Jami'ar Amurka ta Alkahira . Bayan kammala karatunta ta yi aiki a kamfanin saka hannun jari na kasashen waje sannan daga baya a kamfanin talla Tarek Nour a matsayin mawaƙa a kan tallace-tallace.

Ayyuka[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Ta shiga gasar waƙoƙi ta duniya da Ƙungiyar Ƙungiyoyin Bikin Duniya (FIDOF) ta shirya tana raira waƙar Faransanci ta asali, kalmomin Gamal Abdel Halim Hasan da kiɗa na Kamel Cherif. Waƙarta ta farko ta jama'a ta Masar ta kasance a cikin shirin talabijin na yara da ke koyar da harshen Larabci wanda Fehmi Abdel Hamid ya jagoranta. Ta kuma yi wasan kwaikwayo daga baya kuma ta ci gaba da shiga cikin 1987 da 1988 a cikin bukukuwan kasa da kasa a Finland, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Turkiyya, Faransa da Latin Amurka. A Turkiyya, ta lashe lambar yabo ta farko tare da "Habbytak" kuma a gasar Francophonie a Faransa tare da nata abun da ta tsara "Ya Habibi (Oh My Love) " a Faransanci da "Ya Leyl (Oh Night) " kuma a Faransashi wanda Midhat el Khawla ya tsara. [3] Ta ci gaba da fitar da albam masu yawa a cikin harshen Larabci inda ta zama abin burgewa a duniyar Larabawa, kuma ministar kula da yawon bude ido ta Masar ta ba ta lambar yabo saboda kokarinta na tallata wakokin Masar a kasashen Larabawa da ma duniya baki daya. Ta kuma halarci bukukuwan kide-kide na kasa da kasa da na Larabawa da dama.[4]

Tana da rawar gani a cikin wasan kwaikwayo mai taken "El Ward mu Fosoulu" (a cikin Larabci na Masar "الورد وفصوله") a cikin bukukuwan Ranar Yara . Ita 'yar wasan kwaikwayo ce mai yawa, ta zama sananniya musamman a cikin "El-Tawous" (a cikin Larabci na Masar " الطاووس") tare da shahararren tauraron fim din Salah Zulfikar a 1991. haka, shahararren darektan fim din Salah Abu Seif ya zaɓe ta don shiga fim din "Al-Sayed Kaf" (a cikin Larabci na Masar "السيد کاف"), sannan ayyukanta na wasan kwaikwayo suka ci gaba ciki har da "Qanoon Al-Maraghi" (a Larabci " Irããããas) da sauransu.[5]

Bayanan da aka yi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  • Habbaytak Faransanci na Masar
  • Nadani Masar Larabci ناداني
  • Tigi Tghanni Larabci na Masar sturنّي
  • Abayyan Zayn Masarawa Larabci na Girma
  • Keddab Masar Larabci كدّاب

Hotunan fina-finai[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Anoushka ta kuma taka rawa a fina-finai da yawa na Masar ciki har da:

  • Es Sayyed Kaf Masarawa Larabci Caf, wanda darektan fim din Masar Salah Abu Seif ya jagoranta
  • Mutumin Atlaqa Haazihi mai laushi? Larabci na yi amfani da shi
  • "Hepta هبتا"

Shirye-shiryen talabijin[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Ta taka rawa a yawancin shirye-shiryen talabijin na Masar ciki har da:

  • El Tawous الطاووس
  • El Marsa wa El Bahar المرسى da البحار
  • Qanoun Al Maraghi ta kasance
  • Farin Ciki Nagui Atallah
  • El Sayeda El Oula السيدة الاولى
  • Saraya Abdeen سرايا عابين
  • Mamlakat Youssef Al Maghraby مملكة يوسف گرربي
  • Babban Otal din ya zama
  • Sokut Horr ta Tsaya
  • Halawat El Donia حلاوة الدنیا

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. "Egyptian singer Anoushka to return to silver screen - Entertainment - Arts & Culture". Ahram Online. Retrieved 2023-03-30.
  2. Mazhar, Inas (1999) "The Vikings' revenge Archived ga Afirilu, 4, 2011 at the Wayback Machine", Al-Ahram Weekly, June 17–23, 1999, Issue No. 434. Retrieved April 29, 2011
  3. Bakhchinyan, Artsvi (2023-01-26). "Anoushka: Star of Egyptian Music and Film". The Armenian Mirror-Spectator (in Turanci). Retrieved 2023-03-30.
  4. Bakhchinyan, Artsvi (2023-01-26). "Anoushka: Star of Egyptian Music and Film". The Armenian Mirror-Spectator (in Turanci). Retrieved 2023-03-30.
  5. Bakhchinyan, Artsvi (2023-01-26). "Anoushka: Star of Egyptian Music and Film". The Armenian Mirror-Spectator (in Turanci). Retrieved 2023-03-30.