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Iran veteran actress Parvaneh Masoumi works as farmer

Iran veteran actress Parvaneh Masoumi says she has done farming for nearly two decades.

Iran veteran actress Parvaneh Masoumi says she has been involved in farming and agricultural activities for some 20 years.

The actress was quoted by the media as saying on Saturday that “I am delighted to have this job [Farming] and during all these 20 years, I learned the inns and outs of this,” adding, “ I have the ability to manage farming by” employing more people.

Working on the farm is my favorite, she said, noting that her library at home contains a full collection of titles on agriculture.

Born Sakineh Kabudarahangi, Parvaneh Masoumi is a celebrated Iranian actress who studied modern languages at Shahid Beheshti University in Tehran.

She made her cinematic debut in 1971 with a short film titled ‘The Journey’.

She has acted in several movies, including ‘Heavy Rain’ (1972), ‘Story City’ (1973), ‘The Crow’ (1977), ‘Captain Khorshid’ (1986), ‘Suitcase’ (1986), ‘Toranj’ (1986), ‘Out of Range’ (1987), ‘The Gifts’ (1987), ‘The Call’ (1989), ‘Nassereddin Shah Film Actor’ (1991), ‘Plans to Meet’ (2003), and ‘The Resident of the Wooden House’ (2012).

Masoumi’s roles in different movies won her three awards and several nominations. She won the best actress in a leading role award for her part in ‘Chrysanthemums’ (1984).

She also won an award for best actress in a leading role for ‘Robab’s Dowry’ (1987). Her outstanding appearance in ‘The Glory of Life’ (1987) won her another award for best actress in a leading role.

Masoumi has also been a popular face on TV with different series, such as ‘Imam Ali’ (1991-1996), ‘The Visitor of Rey’ (2000), ‘The Young Officer’ (2001), ‘Prophet Joseph’ (2008), ‘Like No One’ (2008), ‘Honeymoon’ (2009), ‘Hereafter’ (2010), and ‘The Hidden Secret’ (2012).

‘Chrysanthemums’ movie featuring Masoumi is set to be aired by ifilm on Saturday.

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