Nicknamed “The Queen of Love,” “Magic Eye,” and “The Pussycat of Arab Movie theater,” the gorgeous Tharwat made an appearance in such 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s motion pictures as Shams La Tagheeb (as Soha), Fi Baituna Ragol (as Nawaaal), and El-Moznbon (as Mona). During her teenage years, she fascinated the interest of filmmakers after she earned a prominent magazine’s beauty competition. She studied rules at Alexandria College or university. She was created and elevated in Alexandria, Egypt. Her second relationship (out of five) — to film manufacturer Sobhy Farahat — led to four kids. She produced her silver screen debut in the 1956 film Dalila. The film also highlighted Egyptian cinema superstar Shadia.