Reyhaneh Parsa Unveiled: A Powerful Uncut Conversation with Alireza Amirghassemi
In a recent episode of the widely acclaimed show “Uncut,” hosted by the illustrious Alireza Amirghassemi, Iranian actress Reyhaneh Parsa bared her soul in a captivating conversation. Born on March 1, 1377, Parsa emerged into the entertainment scene with her stellar performance in the 2017 series “Father,” earning her a prestigious Hafez Award nomination for Best Actress in a Drama.
The episode delves deep into Parsa’s life, from her early days at the conservatory to her impactful role as Leila in “Father” and her directorial debut with the short film “Zaman Yak Mahi.” Amirghassemi, known as the “king of Iranian entertainment,” skillfully navigates the conversation, providing viewers with an intimate and unfiltered glimpse into the actress’s journey.
Reyhaneh Parsa’s media presence has been marked by both acclaim and controversy. Her tweets, including one questioning the granting of divorce rights, and a social media overhaul post-“Father” sparked debates and even led to a temporary work ban. Despite the ups and downs, Parsa remains resolute and continues to make headlines.
Alireza Amirghassemi, born on September 19, 1965, is not just a host but a stalwart in the Iranian entertainment industry. With a legacy that includes founding Tapesh TV in 1989 and contributions spanning directing, producing, and hosting, he brings a wealth of experience to “Uncut.”