Farhadi Aslani's name has been around for a while because of the sidelines and the series and movies he has acted in. has fallen. Apart from the recent fringes of this actor who made a big wave in the country's cinema, Aslani came to the Top of the news with the movie "Leila Brothers" and the series "Yaghi".
What makes Aslani's game attractive to the audience is the role of this actor in different types and characters. During these years, he did not limit himself in a defined and stereotyped format and tried to play different roles. During his career in cinema, he has tested himself in many comic and serious roles. The 90s were the most productive years of this actor, and he shone in the cinema, television, and home television channels during this decade. For a better review of this actor's movies, we have taken a look at his Top 10 movies in order from worst to best in order to get to know his acting career in more detail.
10. A sugar cube
- Director : Reza Mirkarimi
- Actors: Reza Kianian, Negar Javaherian, Farhad Aslani, Saeed Poursamimi
- Release year: 2009
one of those good movies with many actors Iranian cinema that revolves around tradition and modernity, sadness and happiness. In the good years of his filmmaking, Reza Mirkarimi made "A Piece of Sugar" and it received good reviews from critics and audiences. Iranian has In addition to all the actors in front of the camera, this movie has also benefited from many famous people behind the scenes. For example, the TV commercials of the film were made by Majid Majidi, the trailer of the film was made by Rukhshan Bani-Etamad, and the advertisement was designed by Abbas Kiarostami. Aslani plays the role of a cleric. Everyone in this movie has a kind of supporting role and Aslani with his different role is one of the good things of the movie. The contrast and difference between the role of Haj Nasser and Aslani's role in the film with other characters is considered one of the good moments of "Yeh Habe Qand".
- Director: Rokhshan Bani Etemad
- Actors: Peyman Maadi, Baran Kothari, Fateme Motamedarya, Mohammad Reza Forotan, Farhad Aslani
- Year of release: 1393
Rokshan Bani-e-Etmad for making "Stories" He referred to the characters of his previous films and showed their condition after years. Among the actors, Farhad Aslani was one of the actors who did not have the experience of working with Beni-Etmadami before and was experiencing his first collaboration with this director.
Bani-Etmadami, like his previous films, "Stories" also went to social subjects with a critical look at today's situation. This movie consists of several connected episodes and in each episode we get to know the problems and misfortunes of some people in the society. Because of this critical view, the film faced a lot of criticism and talk from the time of its first screening at the Fajr Film Festival in 2013 until its general release in 2013.
In this film, Aslani plays the role of a poor worker who struggles in the midst of many economic problems. The episode related to him is one of the interesting parts of "Tales" and the acting of Aslani and Fatemeh Motamedarya together in this movie is well suited.
Aslani In "Stories", whether he plays the role of a protesting worker or a poor and helpless husband and father, he can present the mood of the character to the audience. Aslani's smooth and believable acting in "Tales" is one of the strengths of this film.
8. Nameless Alley
- Director : Hatef Alimardani
- Actors: Farhad Aslani, Baran Kothari, Panthea Bahram, Ferishte Sadrarafai
- Year of release: 1394
Hatef Alimardani at the beginning of his career in By paying attention and relying on the abilities of Farhad Aslani, the cinema made good and audience-friendly films in Iranian cinema. In his second collaboration with Aslani, Alimardani directed the successful movie "Nameless Alley" with a look at real events.
In this movie, Aslani plays the role of a traditional and religious father. who has two lucky daughters. The good rhythm of the film and the less flawed composition of the actors have placed "Nameless Alley" in the list of good films of Iranian cinema. "Anonymous Alley" became the third most popular film of the audience during the Fajr Film Festival, and the general public had a good relationship with the film during its release.
Farhad Aslani on the other hand The cast of the film has helped to make the film better. He has a different role in this movie compared to his other roles and his acting is very good in the movie. Aslani's performance in the movie was so good that he convinced the movie critics to give him the award for creativity in acting.
- Director: Reza Mirkarimi
- Actors: Farhad Aslani, Maryla Zarei, Mahor Alvand
- Year of release: 1395
Usually playing Aslani in the role of traditional fathers and family-friendly answer and this time he appeared in front of the camera in the role of a fanatical, one-toothed and obstinate father. In this movie, we see Aslani in the role of a domineering father who wants to control all aspects of his daughter's life. This confrontation between father and daughter during the film forms the main theme of the story.
Barkhala, Mirkarimi and Aslani's previous collaboration experience, "Dakhter" is a film with fewer actors and in this Aslani is more visible in the middle of the game. Aslani has been able to depict the face of a grumpy and grumpy father, a father who simply does not intend to cope and understand the relationship between the modern world and the youth.
Aslani in "Girl" has been able to convey the feeling of anger, anger and dry behavior by using her facial expressions and this is one of her great qualities in this role. Farhad Aslani has been able to portray the fierceness and tyranny of a bigoted father by relying on his acting skills. In many scenes, Aslani presents this work not with dialogue, but with his body play and his bitter and long silences.
6. Ice Age
- Director: Mustafa Kiaei
- Actors: Bahram Radan, Mehtab Karamati, Farhad Aslani, Sahar Dolatshahi
- Year of release: 1394
"Ice Age" should be The best movie of Mustafa Kiai Danst, which is far away from his other movies. Betrayal in married life, addiction and fraud are the topics that Kiai deals with in his film, and by the way, he raises all these issues away from common stereotypes.
Aslani in In this movie, Mehtab Karamati's wife, Nafesh, has a weak and mischievous character who is not able to stand up to her husband. Aslani's timid and reluctant character in "Ice Age" once again shows the ability of this actor to understand different roles. By changing his tone and look, Aslani can change from a serious and authoritarian character to a weak and timid one, and this definitely comes from his talent in acting.
In "Ice Age", everything is in its proper place and Kiai has chosen the actors of his film wisely. Meanwhile, Farhad Aslani plays an important and vital role in the center of the film. When everything is right in a film, it will be noticed by critics and people. In the 33rd Fajr Film Festival, "Ice Age" was named the second most popular film among the audience and it was also able to achieve high sales at the box office.
5. Six and a half meters
- Director: Saeed Raushi
- Actors: Peyman Maadi, Navid Mohammadzadeh, Farhad Aslani, Parinaz Izdiyar
- Year of release: 1397
Iranian cinema usually has many weaknesses in He makes police movies, but Saeed Raushi's "Metri six and a half" is a head and neck ahead of the police movies of Iranian cinema and has a lot to say. In the 37th Fajr Festival, this film won the best film award in the eyes of the audience. The film also shined in several foreign festivals to name Raushi as one of the best directors The future of Iranian cinema was raised in the world.
Among the stars of the film, Farhad Aslani was the only one who had not worked with him in the previous film, Raushi. Mohammadzadeh, Maadi and Izdiyar had all worked with this young director in "Ever and One Day" and were familiar with his world, but Aslani's first experience was a village.
Although Aslani does not play the main role in this movie, he is one of the good characters of the movie, along with Mohammadzadeh and Maadi, in the role of a judge. This time, Aslani got into the role of a judge very well and the parts related to the court had become doubly attractive with his presence. This time, Aslani's mimicry and physique allowed him to shine in the role of a judge. Aslani had never acted in such a role before, and playing the role of a judge and facing criminals was a new experience for this actor.
- Director: Khosrow Masoumi
- Actors: Parviz Perstovii, Maryla Zarei, Farhadi Aslani
- Status Screening: Banned
Unfortunately, after the screening at the Fajr Film Festival in 1990, Khosro Masoumi's "Bear" movie was not well-received. Muhaq was arrested and never saw the color of the curtain. Finally, the film was made available to viewers on YouTube a few years ago, so that this film could finally be seen. The festival also came into view. Farhad Aslani won the Best actor award for his role in this movie, Crystal Simorgh, and he had high hopes to be seen in this movie, a hope that never came true.
3. Private Life
- Director: Mohammad Hossein Farahbakhsh
- Actors: Farhad Aslani, Haniye Tousli, Laia Zanganeh
- Release year: 1390
Another controversial and controversial film by Farhad Aslani; In the last decade, this actor's films have been sidelined, judged and banned more than anyone else. "Private Life" was released to the public after it attracted the attention of the public at the 30th Fajr Film Festival, but the opposition to this film, which had a political subject, caused this film to be screened in theaters for only six days, and after It should be banned forever.
The film has a sensitive story and shows the hypocrisy, lies and irresponsible relationships of some political figures in their private lives. Ibrahim, played by Aslani, was a radical person at the beginning of the revolution, and now, by changing his political positions, he has changed his way of life. Despite having a wife and children, he gets involved in a relationship with a young girl and finally kills the girl to escape the responsibilities of this relationship.
If the director of such a film is someone It was from Farah Bakhsh and he could have directed this sensational story in a better form, "Private Life" would have become a lasting film in Iranian cinema. Despite the weaknesses of the film's direction, the acting of the actors has been able to move the film forward and bring the audience along.
2. Because of Pune
- Director: Hatef Alimardani
- Actors: Farhadi Aslani, Hanie Tosli
- Year of release: 1392
When "For the sake of oregano" was released, few people thought that Alimardani had made a film of this quality. This film was excluded from the Fajr Film Festival, its director had criticized several audits on his film, and despite all the margins, the film got a good release and was able to sell well. Alimardani was less known in those days and mostly worked in children's and youth cinema, he made one of the good films of Iran's social cinema with "Beheheter Poone".
"Because of Oregano" It tells the story of a couple who at first glance have a good and perfect life. The man goes to work by car and does not leave much for his family, but there is a big problem in this, and that is the addiction of the man in the family to glass. A man who has no will to quit, after every use, he becomes delusional and brings bitter things to his wife. He answered and depicted a realistic picture of the life of such a family. Aslani also correctly played the nuances of the character of a drug addict, and his calculated actions and expressions helped to shape the story better. He told the bitter story of the damage of families due to addiction from a different perspective. Alimardani distanced himself from that usual stereotypical view and went for a believable narrative of the addiction of middle class people in the society.
1. Rusty little brains
- Director: Homan Sidi
- Actors: Navid Mohammadzadeh, Farhad Aslani, Farid Sajjadi Hosseini
- Release year: 1397
"Rusty Little Brains" at the festival Fajr 2016 was nominated for awards in 11 categories, one of which was dedicated to Farhad Aslani for the supporting role of a male. Although Simorgh didn't reach Aslani in the end, the actor was able to receive the best supporting actor award from Cinema House Festival for this performance. It has valuable features that cannot be easily overlooked. Homan Sidi's progress in using the form and its execution is considered one of the strong points of his film. Farhad Aslani has one of his best performances in the role of a criminal.
The confrontation between Mohammadzadeh and Aslani in this film is one of the most interesting parts of the film. In this movie, Aslani shows that he plays both negative and opposite roles well and can sink into the form of a negative character. Just as he can handle positive roles and bland characters, he has the ability to take the form of negative characters. and has given him a special place in Iranian cinema. He worked very easily with young directors and has high flexibility in working with different directors. Not always being stereotyped and flexible is the main characteristic of Aslani's acting and has made him a star in Iranian cinema. A star that shined in the 90s and it must be seen whether its star will become less or more prominent in the future.