Third Love and Partner of Her: Bahareh Rahnama’s Storied Journey in Cinema and Activism


Bahareh Rahnama, born on December 1, 1973, in Arak, Iran, stands as a distinguished Iranian actress and author. Hailing from a family deeply rooted in the film industry, as the daughter of the renowned actor Parvin Ghaemmaqami, Rahnama’s life story takes intriguing turns in her cinematic and activist endeavors. Notably, her journey unfolds with two significant relationships, marking the third love and partner of her life.

Early Life: Raised in a family immersed in the arts, Rahnama’s father, Jalal Rahnama, a businessman, and her mother, Parvin Ghaem Maghami, an actress, moved the family to Tehran in the early 1980s, setting the stage for her future in cinema.

Career: Rahnama’s academic pursuits led her to earn bachelor’s degrees in Legal Rights and Persian Literature, followed by a master’s degree in Dramatic Literature. Her dedication to the craft of acting is evident through her participation in screenwriting and acting courses.

Her debut in the film industry was marked by the 1991 movie “Viber.” Rahnama has not only carved her niche as an influential actress in Iranian cinema but has also ventured into writing, contributing to scripts for popular series such as “The Nights of Barareh,” “Mozaffar’s Garden,” and “Shams-ol-Emareh.” Her literary endeavors include the authorship of “Seven Nights in a Month,” a compilation of notes from her personal blog spanning seven years.

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February 20, 2024 | 5:00 pm