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From her poetry to the veil .. The natural evolution of the veil of Layla Alawi

From her poetry to the veil .. The natural evolution of the veil of Layla Alawi

The star Leila Alawi is one of the few stars to appear on the screen through their artistic works, both in cinema and drama, and away from the role of veiled women, unlike other stars, to surprise her audience by penetrating this region through her role in her new film “The Secret History of Kawther “After revealing the first images of the work.

Laila Alawi appeared wearing the hijab, “the book is what he said,” not only through the “roll of the plank”, but also the clothes she showed up in, and she came more respectful.

In return for her previous roles in drama and cinema, Laila Alawi has used the hijab in a few works, in which she has not played an essential role, and does not apply a hijab in its explicit form. She uses it to provide a scene that serves the work or just as a personal accessory, as in the film “Water and Greenness And the good face, “which was presented in 2016 and presented the role of a rural woman who used the rituals that did not hide her hair full in personal accessories, going through different stages through the appearance of the veil.

Laila Alawi then appeared in the hijab through the series “He and Davenshi”, which was shown in Ramadan before the last, and participated in the starring Khaled Al-Sawy, and used it to serve one of the scenes presented, where she resorted to a sheikh to rid her of the ghost of “Da Vinci” chasing her.

While she went through another stage with the veil during the same series evolved to use the veil, where she decided to wear a curtain hiding behind him on her visit to the detention of the painter “Da Vinci”, although it embodies the role of a lawyer in the first, but the new film is the first to provide the role of a woman veiled explicit.

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