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Hend Sabry Tops the Forbes Middle East List of the Top10 Arab Actresses

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Judging on Her Influence on Social Media

Hend Sabry Tops the Forbes Middle East List of the Top10 Arab Actresses


Superstar Hend Sabry has topped the Top 10 Arab Actresses in 2017 list that is issued by the Forbes Middle East every year, and that comes after Sabry has ranked the 27th on the list of the Top 100 Arab Celebrities that the magazine revealed last August.

The magazine listed Hend Sabry in the first place judging on the number of her followers on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube with more than 8.73 million followers. The selection criteria was also based on Sabry's activities in the film industry and other influential activities including her work as a UN Goodwill Ambassador, according to the Forbes Middle East website.

Most recently, the Tunisian actress starred in the film The Treasure by director Sherif Arafa, in which she plays Egyptian queen Hatshepsut. In Ramadan 2017, Sabry starred in the highly acclaimed TV hit Halawet Al Dounia for which she was honored by many organizations for playing the role of a woman who discovers she has cancer a few days before her wedding, which changes her whole life.