Actor/Filmaker Sayed Badreya Opens Up to PLUS Model Magazine About Human Trafficking, Elsa’s Curves and His New Movie, Bride of the Nile

Actor-Filmaker Sayed Badreya Opens Up to PLUS Model Magazine About Human Trafficking, Elsa’s Curves and His New Movie, Bride of the Nile-2

PLUS Model Magazine (PMM), plusmodelmag.com, inspiring the style-savvy, fashion-forward, full-figured woman to embrace her curves, sat down for an interview with Egyptian American actor/filmmaker Sayed Badreya (Iron Man, You Don’t Mess With the Zohan, Three Kings and many more) for the March issue of PLUS Model Magazine.

Actor:Filmaker Sayed Badreya Opens Up to PLUS Model Magazine About Human Trafficking, Elsa’s Curves and His New Movie, Bride of the NileFor the past six years Mr. Badreya has been working on a cause dear to his heart – Combating Human Trafficking in the Middle East. Being mindful that this campaign requires a great deal of financial backing, the sales of Sayed’s new line of compression/shapewear garments called ‘Elsa’s Curves’, are benefiting these women and children who so desperately need help. PMM Editor-in-Chief Madeline Jones, sat down with him for a heart-to-heart about his campaign, what shaped his life and motivates him to pursue this passion, as well as what the future holds.

“It was such a privilege and honor to interview someone so passionate about women,” shared Jones. “Elsa’s Curves is much more than a brand for plus-size women, it’s investing in improving the lives of women.”

Highlights of the interview include Sayed’s love for American movies, and how they have shaped his life. He also shares the story of his childhood, “Growing up, I learned the process of sewing from my mother, as she worked to maintain the family after my father passed away. Also, my sister had polio and my mom created compression garments to help support her back so she could sit comfortably. As a result, I learned how to properly make a garment that would support a woman’s body.”

During the interview, Mr. Badreya opens up about his campaign to combat human trafficking in the Middle East. “As movies were an inspiration in my life while growing up, I am bringing this subject matter to the forefront on the big-screen when I direct the film, Bride of the Nile, where it can reach the masses. The Movie chronicles the journey of what young girls endure, what they deal with when sold like camels into slavery by their own mothers and fathers.”

“I know that readers will understand the compassion and passion, which motivates Sayed in all he does,” comments Jones.

“My mother raised me to be a good man and to love and respect women, shares Sayed. “I see what is happening in my own country and I want to change it.”

Check out Elsa’s Curves at www.elsascurves.com

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Editor-in-Chief, Madeline Jones / PLUS Model Magazine (PMM), inspires the style-savvy, fashion-forward, full-figured woman to embrace her curves. PMM hit viral status in January 2012 for their explosive and controversial editorial, “Plus Bodies, What’s Wrong with Them Anyway?” and has appeared on/in ABC World News with Diane Sawyer, FoxNews.com, HuffingtonPost.com, Entertainment Tonight and 200+ other media outlets around the world.

PMM is a thought-leader shaping the plus size industry and providing a barometer for the season’s latest style trends for curvy women. With a monthly magazine featuring stunning editorials showcasing plus models, as well as ‘How-to-wear’ columns and shopping guides at all price-points, PMM reports on style, beauty and topical news, all while engaging our reader in lively and meaningful conversation on our daily blog and social media.

Developed, designed and written by plus women, for plus women, PMM understands and speaks directly to the heart of our reader, because we are our reader.

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Comments

  1. Alexandra Boos says

    Mr. Badreya is an inspiration. That a star of his caliber is using his success to help women is heart warming. He cares about women’s needs and celebrates curves through his compression company Elsa’s Curves. Then takes the profits to help woman again on a global scale. Bravo Mr. Badreya! I wish we could give this bad-guy-playing actor in Hollywood a nice-guy academy award. This Hollywood man has such a great heart.

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