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Irani Artist Sahar Ghoreishi

Irani Artist Sahar Ghoreishi Sahar Qureshi was born in Tehran in 1966.Sahar Qureshi has only one brother and her favorite colors: black, blue and red. Qureshi with his magic in the movie “grudge and grudge match” Mehdi Borghei began in the final stages of this work by Mr. Khyraby was born to Mr. Soheili.

 

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Nader and Simin, A Separation has won the best film honor

Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s Nader and Simin: A Separation has won the best film honor of the fifth Asia Pacific Screen Awards. Nader and Simin including the Golden Bear Award of the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival and the event’s Silver Bears for the entire male and female cast ensemble.

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Multi-Award-Winner – Niki Karimi

Niki Karimi was born 10 November 1971 in Tehran She is a multi-award–winning actress and movie director. She loves translating and in 1999 she released her first translation work, Marlon Brando’s biography Songs My Mother Taught Me in to Persian.

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Exclusive Photoshoot and Interview of Mahtab Keramati

Q: How do you feel about the cinema industry in Iran? What do you like? What don’t you
like?
A: I would like to see it improve, to reach a new golden age of cinema.

Q: What type of characters do you enjoy playing?
A: I think you have to play each character to the best of your ability. Even if it’s a character who
you might have nothing in common with, you must care for that character in order to bring out
its truth. I have a love for all the characters I have played.

Q: What’s your favorite movie?

A: I can’t say – Different films have different experience for you. It’s a shame to mention one
film, and leave out all the other wonderful films that have been made. But “Original Sin” had a
deep effect on me. I enjoy films with a creative screenplay.

Q: W: Do you also enjoy watching sports?
A: No, no. I don’t follow any teams or players. I’ll watch world events because of the feeling it
brings up in people. But that’s about it.

Q: Any other hobbies?
A: Many of my hobbies are work related. I design clothing; I’ve manufactured clothing for many
years now. It can be a hobby and work at the same time. But I try to use most of my free time
to travel. Anytime I can, I make plans to travel.

Q: Since you like to travel, what would be your dream vacation?
A: I’d really like to see Tibet and the Himalayas, and Eastern Europe. I haven’t experienced
these places yet.

Q: Where have you traveled to?
A: America, Europe, England, Turkey, countries in the region, India. India was spectacular and
I had to go back a couple of times. I like to see new places, new cultures.

Q: Where in India did you go?
A: First I went to Bombay. I was shocked at its state of chaos and wanted to return home on
the next flight back, but when I went further into town, away from the outskirts of the airport, it
got better. Then I went to the south. It’s lovely.

Q: Okay, then what’s your favorite flavor ice-cream?
A: Caramel, coffee, and chocolate.

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Iranian Singer and Actress Googoosh Pictures

Faegheh Atashin was  born on May 5, 1950 in Tehran also by the  name Googoosh . She is known for her contributions to Iranian pop music, but also starred in a variety of movies from the 1950s to the 1970s. She achieved the pinnacle of her fame and success towards the end of the 1970s. Her overall impact and contributions to Middle Eastern and Central Asian pop-music earned her the title of the most iconic female pop-singer from those region.

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