Step into the world of Mohamed Mounir's cinematic endeavors. Beyond his captivating music career, Mounir has graced the silver screen with his undeniable talent, delivering memorable performances that captivate and inspire audiences. Delve into his filmography to discover the stories, characters, and emotions that have brought his on-screen roles to life.

Hadouta Masreia (An Egyptian Tale) 1982

Based on Yousef Chahine's life, this is the story of a young director who achieves fame but gradually becomes disillusioned with the film industry.

Al Yawm Al Sades (The Sixth Day) 1986

Set in British-colonized Egypt, a woman bonds with a joyful young man as she takes care of her cholera-stricken grandson.

Al Tokk Wa Eswera (Ring and Bracelet) 1987

In the farthest corner of Upper Egypt, as Hazina awaits, with her paralyzed husband, her son's return from Sudan, she, her daughter, and her granddaughter suffer society's injustice and prejudice against females, whether it's Fahima, who marries an impotent man and gets pregnant after she's taken by Hazina to the temple, or Farhana, who gets pregnant without marriage, incurring her uncle's wrath.

Youm Mor We Youm Helw (A Bad Day & A Good Day)1988

A poor family struggles to survive in the slums of Cairo in this depressing social melodrama. Aicha is the widowed matriarch who uses her savvy to avoid tragic calamities. Soon even her considerable efforts can't save her family from the inevitable problems of lower-class poverty, and her daughters resort to drawing up marriage contracts to find husbands. One women marries the oily Orabi, who later seduces his wife's sister. The youngest is a ten-year-old boy who runs away from home and becomes a beggar in the streets.

Shabab Ala Kaf Afreet (Youth on the palm of a ghost) 1990

Because of his extreme poverty, a musician is forced to give up two of his three kids, selling the daughter to a wealthy family, the son to a doctor, and keeping the second son with him. The father dies and the children grow up and their paths cross.

Ishtebah (Suspicion) 1991

Nadia and her friend graduate from university. Nadia gets married to Hussain, while their colleague, Medhat, who was in love with Nadia and she didn't care about him, gets left out. He makes a pact with himself to destroys her life as a punishment for her rejection.

Leih Ya Haram (Why Pyramid) 1991

In Al-Samman area at the Pyramid, Radwan returns from America in order to convince his influential father of a project to remove the housing of the region and build a city in the Pharaonic style, but his real goal is to drill for oil with American investors who want to demolish the pyramid.

Hekayat Al Ghareb (Stranger Tale) 1992

Between the Setback of 1967 and the glorious October War, Abdel Rahman feels despair following the defeat of his homeland as he witnesses the changes that occurred to the people and their journey from despair to determination to restore their land and dignity.

Al Bahth An Tut Ankh Amun (Search for Tutankhamen) 1994

The story of the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, through the story of Gad, a young Nubian who comes to live in Luxor and accompanies Howard Carter during his search for the tomb.

Al Maseer (Destiny) 1997

Set in 12th-century in Al-Andalus and during the reign of Caliph Al-Mansur, Philosopher Averroes (Ibn Rushd) becomes in the crosshairs of the political authority, represented by the Caliph, whom he had been a friend of in the past, but he began to harbor feelings of hostility towards him, while an extremist religious group succeeds in recruiting Al-Mansur's youngest son.

Dunia (Kiss Me Not on the Eyes) 2005

After studying literature at Cairo University, Dunia, 23 years old, wants to become a professional dancer. She attends audition for an oriental dance contest where she recites Arabian poetry without any body movement. She explain to the perplexed jury that a woman can't move her body or evoke act of love when society ask women to hide their femininity. She is selected and meet Beshir, an intellectual and activist who will supervise her thesis on ecstasy in Sufi love poetry. Their attraction is mutual. This could be liberation for Dunia but the constraints on women in Egyptian society goes deeper than she suspects.

Mafesh Gher Keda (Nothing but this) 2006

When Nahid (Nabila Ebid) gets divorced,she devotes herself to raising her three children. She reluctantly agrees that her young daughter Dina (Arwa) gets into the entertainment business,with the help of big producer Nader. But she later discovers that the producer is using her daughter.