Soheir Zaki (1966) سهير زكى

Soheir Zaki dances in the 1966 film ‘Al Abeet’ (The Idiot العبيط). As well as dancing, she has a big role in the film which starred Farid Shawki (the surprised man in the audience), Nahed Sherif, Samir Sabri, Madiha Kamel and Abu Bakr Ezzat.
The guitarist may be the late Omar Khorshid. Can anyone confirm?

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Soheir Zaki ( gold bedlah) سهير زكي

This is an outdoor performance by Egyptian legend Soheir Zaki. The performance is divided into 3 parts.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Soheir Zaki in the Gulf

This is the performance by Egyptian bellydance legend Soheir Zaki during one of a series of concerts filmed, probably in Abu Dhabi the capital of the United Arab Emirates, during the 70s. Possibly the concerts were part of the celebrations related to the formation of the UAE in 1971 but nobody really seems to know exactly. Any confirmation would be greatly appreciated. In this clip Soheir Zaki is wearing a red bedlah.
Part 1

Part 2

Soheir Zaki in the Gulf (blue bedlah part 2)

This is part two of a performance by Soheir Zaki in the Gulf. She’s wearing a blue and silver bedlah. The concert was probably in Abu Dhabi the capital of the UAE and was probably filmed the 70s or early 80s nobody really seems to either know or remember exactly.
Trivia: On TheCaroVan you’ll find her other performance in AD where she wears a red galabayah.

Soheir Zaki in the Gulf (blue bedlah part 1)

This is the first part of a performance by Soheir Zaki in the Gulf. In this clip she’s wearing a blue bedlah. You’ll find her other performance where she wears a red galabayah here on TheCaroVan. The concert was probably in Abu Dhabi the capital of the UAE and was probably filmed the 70s or early 80s nobody really seems to know exactly.

Soheir Zaki (1964) سهير زكي

Soheir Zaki performing in the 1963 Egyptian film ‘The Price of Love’ (Thaman al Hob فيلم ثمن الحب).  The film starred Shukri Sarhan (the sozzled gent ‘playing’ the chair), Laila Taher, Mariam Fakhr Eddine, Fuad al Mohandes and Zeinab Sedki (not to be confused with comedian Zeinat Sedki with a ‘t’).