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Iranian artists mourn passing of president Ebrahim Raeisi

Several Iranian artists have expressed their condolences on the loss of Iranian president Ebrahim Raeisi.

Following the tragic passing of the Iranian president, foreign minister and their accompanying delegation, several Iranian artists have expressed their condolences.

1. Davoud Mir-Baqeri, director of 'Salman, the Persian', offered condolences and noted that Ayatollah Raeisi's cultural outlook and governmental support greatly impacted the progress of his epic series.

2. Film director Ebrahim Hatamikia, working on 'Prophet Moses', described the president's passing as one of the most bitter events in Iran's history, saying “Indeed, we belong to Allah, and indeed, to Him we return.”

3. Mohammad Khazaee, director of the Cinema Organization of Iran and the 43rd Fajr International Film Festival, commended Ayatollah Raeisi's unwavering commitment to God, the Islamic Revolution, and the Iranian nation throughout his service.

4. Pouran Derakhshandeh, screenwriter, director, and producer, expressed shock and sorrow over the president's tragic death, emphasizing its profound psychological impact on the populace.

5. Director and actor Seyyed Javad Hashemi conveyed his grief and wished the tragedy had not occurred, acknowledging that destiny is in God's hands.

6. Mehran Rajabi, known for his comedy roles, lamented that Ayatollah Raeisi's absence would be deeply felt in the future.

7. Mohammad Askari, director of the Fajr contender 'The West Sky', praised the president as a passionate leader who dedicated to the peace and well-being of his people, and sacrificed his life for the country.

The expression of condolences is not limited to the mentioned artists. Many popular filmmakers, actors and actresses, including Behrouz Afkhami, Mahya Dehqani, Reza Mirkarimi, Azita Torkashvand, Jahanbakhsh Soltani, Jalil Saman, Shahriar Bahrani, Jafar Dehqan, Mahmoud Pakniyat, and Farhad Qaemian have also expressed their condolences on the tragic loss.

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