Soft Hands is a 1964 Egyptian comedy film directed by Mahmoud Zulfikar. It was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival. —Facebook
Mahmoud Zulfikar ( February 18 1914 – May 22 1970 -), was an actor and director, born in Tanta Egypt. He obtained a diploma in architecture in 1935. He was a brother of actor Salah Zulfikar and director Ezzeddine Zulfiqar .
Zulfikar worked as an engineer in the design department at the Ministry of Works, he moved into the film industry and soon began making feature films. He became a prolific filmmaker and his films oftn starred his older brother Salah Zulfikar. He married actress Aziza Amir and married Mary, Fakhr al-Din in 1952. —Wikpedia (translated)