Egyptian actress Rania Youssef was keen to comment on the appearance of American actress Julianne Moore at the opening ceremony of the Venice Festival, where Julian appeared on the red carpet at the ceremony in a long black dress without lining, similar to what Rania Youssef wore at the Cairo Festival.
Tahya Masr monitors Rania Youssef’s comment on the appearance of American actress Julianne Moore
Where Rania Youssef republished a picture of Julianne Moore at the opening ceremony of the Venice Festival through her personal account on the photo and video sharing site “Instagram” through the “Story” feature, and commented on it, saying: “Blind imitation and psychoanalysis of colleagues.”
The controversy of the lining dress by Rania Youssef
It is reported that the artist Rania Youssef sparked widespread controversy after her appearance at the closing ceremony of the Cairo International Film Festival in 2018 in a long black dress without lining, and Rania Youssef commented on that controversy, as follows: The dress is not a fabric, the lining is the shorts.”
Rania Youssef’s latest appearance via “Instagram”
The last appearance of the artist, Rania Youssef, was through her personal account on the photo and video exchange site “Instagram”, when she posted a video of her in front of the seashore, and she was wearing a blue summer dress with a small hat and sunglasses, and commented on it, saying: “The last days of summer.”
The audience’s comments on the video clip came as follows: “May God bless you all with good times, Lord,” “Every day and our beautiful artist Rania Mashraqa,” “The blue is on you, Janan,” “Amoura and Moon, sweet, beautiful, sweetest and most beautiful Rania in the whole world,” “Moon, my heart.” “Al-Dalaa is all, my moon.”
Rania Youssef’s latest work
It is worth noting that the latest work of the artist Rania Youssef is the series “Miss Farah”, the fifth part, which was released on the 8th of last May, and a large number of stars and stars participate in the championship, including: Asmaa Abu Al-Yazid, Rania Youssef, Ahmed Magdy, Maryam Al-Khasht, Muhammad Al Kilani, Heba Abdel Aziz, Tamer Farag, Arefa Abdel Rasoul, Gilan Alaa, Sandy Murad, Adam Wahdan, Ahmed Diab, and others, and the series was written by Mahmoud Ezzat, and directed by Wael Farag.