Zahrat Al Khaleej – Cairo
Syrian actress Shukran Murtaja caught the attention of her audience by appearing in her latest appearance, as a number of her followers likened her to the Lebanese artist Nisreen Tafesh.
Shukran, through her personal account on “Instagram”, published a picture of her, in which she appeared in a different look from the one she used to appear in, as she adopted makeup, her most prominent features, with hair tied in red, raising her hand with the sign of victory.
And she revealed that she is victorious over her battles, which she is fighting, thanks to God standing with her, and her friends as well, where she commented on the photo she published, saying: “With the love and affection that God gave me in my heart and soul, and God’s satisfaction and parents, work, loyal friends and your love, he triumphed over life’s many battles, and disappointments.” And the deferred dreams that sometimes take away, my heart is pure, I don’t hate anyone, I grieve to be conquered, but I forgive, life is too short.
Comments were made on the new photo of Shukran Murtaji, by the pioneers of social networking sites, where some of them expressed their love for her and her new look, as they likened her to the artist Nisreen Tafesh, and one of the followers said, commenting on the photo: “You look like Nisreen Tafesh.”
Shukran commented on this, stressing that Nisreen is the most beautiful, in a response that impressed all her followers, who praised her modesty.
A number of art stars also interacted with Shukran’s image, led by the Lebanese artist Maguy Bou Ghosn, who said: “You deserve everything as sweet as you,” and the artist Joumana Murad, who wrote: “My love, good morning and your sweet heart.”
It is reported that the artist Shukran Murtaji participated in the series “Haret Al-Qubba”, which was shown last April 2021, and it belongs to the works of the Levantine environment, and sheds light on the suffering of the people of the Levant from poverty, hunger and homelessness, and a group of Syrian drama stars participated in the tournament, most notably: Abbas Al-Nouri, Fadi Sobeih, Khaled Al-Qish, Nadine Tahsin Bek, directed by Rasha Sharbatji, based on the text of the writer Osama Okash, produced by Iaj Company.
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