Huda El Mufti is a rising Egyptian actress. She rose to fame after starring in Haza Al Masaa (This Evening) by Tamer Mohsen in Ramadan 2017. Her spontaneity as an actress drew the attention of the audiences and filmmakers alike, which subsequently landed her different roles in films and TV dramas.
Huda studied Drama and Theatre Criticism at The Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams University. She started her career as a model and fashion blogger at the age of 17. She made it to many auditions through which she could appear in several TV ads. This allowed her to rub shoulders with some of Egypt's most prominent directors.
In 2017, she was considered to play the role of Nadine in Haza Al Masaa (This Evening) by Tamer Mohsen, which marked her breakthrough as an actress. Subsequently, Huda landed in two TV hits; Ladayna Akwalon Okhra (We Have Further Comments) (2018), alongside Egyptian superstars Yousra and Shereen Reda; and Ka'eno Embareh (Like It Was Yesterday) (2018).
In 2019, El Mufti starred in the five-episode- story, Ma Teegy Ya Meligy, in the multiple-themed TV drama Naseeby W Esmetak (My Destiny, Your Fate) by direct Mostafa Fekry and screenwriter Amr Mahmoud Yassin. Playing the role of a well-off girl who falls in love with a physically impaired writer, Huda captivated the audience one more time with her exquisite portrayal of Khadija, the well-off girl who falls in love with a physically impaired writer.
In 2020, Huda El Mufti made her debut on the silver screen through Ras El Sana (New Year's Eve); written by Mohamed Hefzy and directed by Mohamed Sakr, and Banat Sanawy (High School Girls) by director Mahmoud Kamel and writer Ayman Salama. This Ramadan in 2020, she is starring opposite the legendary Adel Imam in Valentino TV drama.
Her upcoming works include the new comedy-fantasy, Dido, and the highly-anticipated film Kira & El Gin by Marwan Hamed. Based on Ahmed Mourad's best-selling novel, 1919, the film stars Ahmed Ezz, Karim Abdel Aziz, Hend Sabry, and Ahmed Malek.