Art

Nostalgia of Iranian Actors

Filmfarsi is a cinematic term used in Iranian cinema criticism. It was coined by Iranian film critic, Hushang Kavusi. It was coined to describe low-quality films mostly copied from the Bollywood cinema and with poor plots, mostly arranged with dance and singing.

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A Secret From Ekbatan Town

The town is named after Ecbatana, the capital city of the ancient Median Empire around 700 BC. It was the first capital of ancient Iranians to be established in Western Asia, and is the ancestor of the modern city of Hamedan. The word Ekbātān is a variant of Ecbatana (Greek: Εκβάτανα Ekbátana) which derives from Old Persian Haŋgmetana, meaning “place ...

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Celebrities Who Refuse to do Nude Scenes

Sex scenes are a staple in Hollywood movies and TV shows. Whether the scene is there to enhance a love story, to show a couple’s dynamic, or for comedic purposes, many actors are used to them. But there are some celebrities in the industry who refuse to go nude.

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Pofak Namaki’s Story

Serj Avakian Born in Iran Graduated from Croydon Fine Arts Academy and Painting Department of London University The first Iranian member of L.S.I.A.D

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