Fatuta, Nelly, Shrihan and Ramadan Zaman.

Fatuta, Nelly, Shrihan and Ramadan Zaman.

We are reviewing for you the days before Ramadan, the customs and things of Ramadan, which existed in the past month and are no longer available now;
Despite the plethora of entertainment and series, there is a great difference between Ramadan Zaman and the current Ramadan.

The '80s and' 90s are missing a bunch of memories they grew up on from a young age that shaped their entire childhood.
Among those memories is Fazir Ramadan.


In the course of this report, we present to you the finest stories and programmes in Ramadan.


First of all, we start with the artist Shrihan, who has made a qualitative shift in iconic poems, achieved a great fame, and managed to hijack all the eyes until her name was linked to Ramadan, thanks to her dancing reviews and the huge production of dazzling costumes.

Shrihan Fawazir Ramadan started in 1986, when director Fahmi Abdul Hamid decided to use the series "A Thousand Nights and Nights," in which Shrihan was represented for several years through the character of the sailor bride Yasmina.

Shrihaan presented "Fawazir, 1,000 nights and nights of proverbs, Fawazir around the world, Fawazir, 1,000 nights and nights - Muskhah and Reema, in which she skillfully embodied 3 characters, who are gracious, halima and vassal, who suffered the anguish of their late stepmother, and finally gave Fawazir the needs and needs.


"Nelly" also emerged in the world of iconic poetry for many years, with some breaks, with nine poems, the most famous of which was "The Suitor," and a picture and a victory that continued to be produced for four consecutive years.


In Nelly's 1980 "Betrothed" Fawazir, episodes of Fawazir began with a famous sentence, "God forbid the daughter of God," and began to monitor the groom's description and function, bringing with them a photograph of the suitor's pod. The solution was to know the groom's function.


She also presented "The World of Paper," "The Wajab of Al-Madina" and "Fuzair am Al-Sarif," in which she plays the role of a woman who claims to be skilled in all professions and jobs, and then "The Minimum Game," in which she takes various sports, to conclude her long career in Fazir Ramadan in the 1996 year when she presented her latest "Z."

"Fatuta" is one of the most iconic poems that emerged in the 1980s and became one of the symbols of Ramadan Zaman's poems, and is preserved by all the audience, which was embodied by the great artist Samir Ghanem and was a great success.

She appeared in "Phantom" in "Phantom," and reappeared 3 years later as "Phantom Around the World," and appeared again in the animated series "Phantom and Tita Shackled," which premiered in Ramadan in 2010.