"Salto", the second novel by Mehdi Afroozmanesh, has an exciting and story-filled atmosphere. His first novel, Tavel, won the award for the best novel of the year at the Haft Iqlimat Award. In his second novel, he dealt with a hero who emerged From the depths of the city and around the famous Fallah Square in Tehran.
His hero is a wrestler. The grind and technique of Salto's novel is based on his world, a daring wrestler whose fortune suddenly turns to him and a rich wrestling lover decides to support him. He is a mysterious and suspicious man who has stories for this fighter, and this is the point From which he finds the atmosphere of a mysterious crime novel. It rises From the dark parts of the city. In this novel, he puts various people of this city in front of this hero who is clueless From everywhere and forces him to make decisions about things that oscillate between life and death. Salto tries to create a big surprise for the audience with a story-telling and realistic spirit. A boy From the south of the city who now wants to be a sultan.
Introduction of Salto book
Salto is a story of strength. The story of gaining power and greatness and surviving in the world of dead people. They have set up sheds in the triangle of the train tracks, which they call the island. An island that sinks into itself every night and breathes opium until the morning and snorts next to the pigs of stolen panzers and tin roofs and mud walls.
When the morning comes, the group of addicts, pickpockets and peddlers spit their last on the ground. They leave the island and walk into a city that both digests them and provides them with sustenance. He eats them and gives them food. Siavash is a small version of the island, confused, scared and angry, but with the light in his eyes, a ship.
Siavash enjoys the bodies being burned, he likes the smell of sweat left in the halls. He trained with his father for a few sessions and then learned to wrestle naturally. A fallah boy who has a big birth and is thirsty for power.
The novel Salto by Mehdi Afroozmanesh was published in the winter of 2016 by Cheshme Publishing House and has been reprinted several times so far. This book, which has a realistic style and a social approach, has gone to a not so original idea; But in the heart of the seemingly simple and even clichd subject, he has created a story that is well-read, shocking and worthy of attention; The story of a change of nature.
This book is aimed at the marginal and inferior class with a separate line From the wave of Iranian fiction writing that goes to the middle class. Yaghi series directed by Mohammad Kart and starring Parsa Pirouzfar, Tanaz Tabatabai and Ali Shadman is based on this novel and is being broadcast on Filmo.
"Salto" breaks all the stereotypes of contemporary novels and He has gone to a new subject. This book is a social novel with criminal and mystery themes. Despite books like Salto, one can still hope to read a good and different book in the chaotic Persian fiction writing market. And the pro club is a genius wrestler. He plays so well in local competitions that one day two strange men named "Sia" and "Nader" stop in his path to make him a world champion.
Sivash who wants to be the king of the world of wrestling and the ruler of the world. Even though he is small, he trusts these two people. Sia and Nader take Siavash's small and simple world From him and bring him into a bigger and darker world with intrigue and opportunism. During the story, we realize that this island is not somewhere outside of Tehran; Rather, it is a remote area in the south of the city and around the railway line.
Island is the black world where the biggest conflicts are formed. Nader and CIA apparently want to help Siavash; But each of them has their own goals.
This book takes a look at the forgotten outskirts of Tehran; People whose lives have changed and taught them to fight. The story starts with Siavash's ability in wrestling and continues with the memory of his father. But Siavash wants to change; But he doesn't know that the wrong people have come to him for a change.
The language of the story is fluent and Mehdi Afroozmanesh has come close to the original literature of the outskirts of the city. Reading this book creates a new image in the audience's mind that they have not experienced before or have seen in movies. The narration of the story is one-line and the narrator is the first person retrospective.
Although at the end we do not understand when Siavash is narrating in which stage of his life. In Salto's book, we encounter several basic plot twists that double the story's appeal; The revelation of Nader's true identity, Siavash's mother's death, Siamak's death, Nader's crimes, an old love between Siamak and Roya and... Finally, it seems necessary to point out another characteristic, and that is the effort to create a problematic hero.
Sivash is not one of the perfect and noble heroes, nor one of the counter-attack heroes! He is a human being on the border of innocence and evil, whose dark side gradually overcomes his positive side. The author's diligence in shaping the process of this tour and creating a problematic hero has been successful.My neighborhood was a triangle full of stone, block and brick houses, Iranianness, twenty-kilogram pits of vegetable oil, and large cartons of Bahman cigarettes. And of course, a few cartons of Mino biscuits and her smiling mother and child, who were the only constant smiles in the neighborhood...
The island had no water and no electricity. Even after some time, his people got tired of digging the toilet well. After him, first the small black flies and then the turquoise ones arrived, and at the end, the gnats conquered the dung piles by avoiding all the opponents.
The world of distant people is colorful. From Shells and Chalaqs to Daoud Lajan, Reza Chituz and others. Each of them has a story that makes the story readable. The world of low people, in the full sense of the word, both geographically, economically and culturally. But Siavash doesn't have the heart to stay and gets the chance to stay.
Nader discovers him and shows him a great way. He displays the ship like a painting, like a ritual before his eyes. He takes Siavash's instinct and sows his exercises in his head so that wrestling becomes a ritual for him. in a way of thinking and living.Nader wanted me to wrestle with one or two weights heavier than myself. It wasn't fair, but he was just grinning at my whining. I had no problem with any of my other exercises; I could control my lungs to find pebbles that would explode underwater in a six-meter pool; I could get away with asking the multiplication table while wrestling; I could carry heavy backpacks around all day; But not with this one. He humiliated me.
Siavash is rarely startled for a long time. A rarity that comes From another world, From the world of high people, the world of luxurious houses, well-dressed men and beautiful women. A world where power shows itself in the most naked way and puts its hand in Siavash's hand and makes him so drunk that the world of the island is inferior in his eyes and impossible to bear.There was no distance between me and his life. I could take his life with a simple nod. Kind of naked power.
Salto does not show mercy to the ship either. There is no mention of Pahlavi in this ship. Reluctance comes first and winning in any way is allowed. The important thing is to stay up there, on the platform, at any cost.In short, I pressed my finger in his stomach without the referee seeing. He also fit. It was enough to pull it off the ground and I also hit the dock. Siavash is not that poor boy anymore, he has seen and heard enough. He understands power and tastes it. He knows where to do something and where to remain silent and lurk. Life and ship made him together.
He understood that as much as power saves and makes people big, it suddenly opens a dark ditch under their feet and swallows everything. Siavash is rescued From the ditch, but Safar is just his starting point to take root, start and become the next Nadir. Either you become strong and survive or you become weak and die. Siavash has no choice but to choose power. A long road that has reached its half and continues to the top.Buy Salto's novel From BingMag
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About Mehdi Afroozmanesh
Mehdi Afroozmanesh, born in Tehran in 1357, is a novelist. Before he was recognized as a seasoned writer, he was a first-class professional reporter. In the history of his press activities, he is the social secretary of Shargh, Etemad, Bahar, Shahrvand and Farhikhtegan newspapers. Mehdi Afrozmanesh was nominated as the best reporter in the country's press festival and city festival (in 1383 and 1385).
Writing in the pages of events and society and his experience as a journalist have helped him to accurately describe the lower atmosphere of the city. And obsessive and completely natural to describe. Mostly, we either read less about these neighborhoods or if we read a story about them and centered on the people of these areas, it is exaggerated, far From reality and even unfair or pitifully pitiful. It has gone towards the description of this segment of the society that both people identify with them and some social events that they easily pass by every day, because it slaps them in the face. Therefore, reading Afrozmensh's stories is like seeing the city, with new and clearer glasses.
Tavel novel, another work of Afrozmensh, won the best novel of 2013 From the Haft Iklimate Institute. The collection of stories about rain in the subway was also published by him in 2018.
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Sometimes it happens like this; You fall into a trap named after you. You are afraid of yourself and all the things you have done. You have no doubt that nothing will be fixed anymore, that everything is over and this idea will take over your whole body like a cancer. It starts with insomnia; Then, it continues with loss of appetite and boredom, and suddenly you get overwhelmed and panic about what happened inside you without knowing it. Just like being woken up From a deep sleep in the middle of the night by the thunderous sound of spring thunder.
Everything happens so suddenly, unexpectedly and terribly; Just like a spring thunderstorm. The author does not spend even a single line on the introduction; We are standing at the beginning of the event From the very first sentence.
Thanks to the stories of the thirties and forties and cinema and television after the revolution, the story is not strange to any of us; South of the city, poverty, violence, delinquency, drugs, working children, inequality and destitution. The story of the forgotten, pushed and neglected minorities. The story of those who, although they did not choose misery, are forced to cope with it. Fallah's child, with an addicted and displaced father and a sick and depressed mother. He, along with a large group of his peers, is engaged in forced labor for a smuggler named Dawood Lejan. On the other hand, he has a unique talent in wrestling, and despite not having a coach and even insufficient knowledge of wrestling, he fights in an unexpected way with his normal size and untrained body.
It is in this atmosphere that with Nader, a A rich lover gets acquainted. Nader, who himself was a wrestler in his youth and despite his efforts in this way, has never tasted the sweet taste of achieving his dreams, decides to support Siavash. For him, Siavash is a clear and undeniable image of himself; His failed self, his disillusioned self, his helpless self.
With the help of Nader and his friend and partner, Siamak, Siavash comes out From under Dawood's shadow, leaves the neighborhood with his mother, and through the facilities available to him, Mojdane turns to sports. It's getting pretty clich by now, isn't it? You are right, but this is not the whole story.
Nader, his wife Roya and Siamak are the main members of a long and wide drug business, and Siavash is like a fresh nut for them. Siavash, who used to sell drugs in Dawood's group, is now working in Nader's organization with a slight promotion. He is gradually attracted to this terrible system and goes through horrible experiences. Meanwhile, what is more important than anything else is the process of Siavash becoming a monster. At the beginning of the story, Siavash is a boy From the lower town with a strong and reckless appearance, and a calm and sometimes even affectionate inner heart, and perhaps his most obvious characteristic is his persistence. But the story is so patient and using exemplary accuracy, it transforms this character step by step that in the end we won't understand exactly when he became so complicated and cruel.
In addition, the author is completely intelligent And by attributing the characteristics of a victim to Siavash until the last pages of the book, even when his protagonist turns into an anti-hero, he does not arouse the reader's hatred towards him. Salto has one foot in showing the systematic corruption based on the power structure, one foot in depicting the life of marginalized people and one foot in the wrestling mat. A large part of his presuppositions do not match. If all we know about wrestling is limited to watching a few matches and feeding on mass media, we've never seen it on the coin of a championship sport; His cruelty, his violence, his love and his craziness.This is killing; More sad than tragedy. More enjoyable than fairy tales. More useless than war and more useful than honey.  Everyone thinks that these things are for a medal, gold or silver, to knock on the wall and record you in history. but no. You want the biggest medals just to prove to wrestling that you've gone to hell. And he wants more and more, he wants records. More gold. Higher platforms. And then coaching again, breaking records and becoming a legend. But this is not the end.
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Overview of the book
Salto's novel carries a story. Adventurous and full of tension, which makes events happen one after the other with an exciting beat and constantly presents new events to its audience. The author has enriched and deepened the main story with the help of stories of secondary characters. He removes the cover that has been placed on the marginalized masses and with a detailed look at their lives, he shows that they too have gone through a time and each of them is an undiscovered story.
This book can be considered a type of urban novel that despite The stories written in recent decades focus on the lives of the underprivileged people. The story depicts the bipolar atmosphere of a metropolis; From the streets of Shemiran to the ruins around the railway lines.
Tehran can practically be considered one of the characters of the story; A city From its northern heights It looks lovely, but under its skin there are scary things going on.
The author is successful in describing the south of the city, the story and cultural and social aspects, the creation of characters and the construction of personality types, and the transfer of the environment and people of the areas in question. and fortunately, it has not fallen into the trap of exaggeration and denigration, nor has it been deceived, slogans and stereotypes.
For most of the characters, special nicknames and names have been considered that are related to a characteristic, story or lifestyle. It refers to such as Dawood Lejen, Reza Bebai, Reza Chituz, Pepili, Nahid Rizeh, etc.
Also, his creativity and accuracy in descriptions and use of literature appropriate to the characters and the culture they come from, lead to a better understanding. Readers of the space of the story. All in all, it can be said that the work under review is worthy of attention in terms of sociological and cultural values in addition to its literary and fictional values. Although in the end, we do not understand which stage of Siavash's life is when he is narrating it. The revelation of Nader's true identity, the death of Siavash's mother, Siamak's death, Nader's crimes, an old love between Siamak and Roya, etc.
In the end, it seems necessary to mention another feature, and that is the effort to create a hero. It is problematic. Siavash is not a kind of perfect and honorable heroes, nor is he a type of anti-hit heroes! He is a human being on the border of innocence and evil, whose dark side gradually overcomes his positive side. The author's diligence in shaping the process of this tour and creating a problematic hero has been successful. 6.jpg" alt="BingMag.com From the novel 'Salto' to the series 'Rebel'; A different story From the city of Tehran" loading="lazy">My knees were burning and the whiteness of my feet was red with blood. Blood was dripping From the nail of my right foot as if the milk was broken, and I didn't know whether to look at it or not. I didn't want to raise my head. I had my reasons; The most important thing was my pride and my red eyes. A voice shouted, "Come on, Nader, I found him; it's here". It was loud and catchy, the kind you'd expect to hear on the radio, not in the filthy toilet of a run-down gym. I did not raise my head again. Maybe they had "found" the toilet and maybe they meant someone else. I was not waiting for anyone, and certainly no one was looking for me.
There was no sound for a few seconds. Then the iron door screamed and opened. The second didn't arrive and said, "Son, you are fighting..." He continued his sentence and said in shock, "Sia, why is it like this?" I had to raise my head. I could see them with tears in my eyes.
The second was a short, four-shouldered man who had combed the mouse From left to right with the precision of a surgeon, and next to him was Sia, with a pea-colored coat and shoes that showed the dirt on the ceiling like a mirror. He was tall and had short silver hair that was arranged above his elongated face.
Sia did not say anything. I looked around, there were three of us. I had no doubt that they were there because of me. Nader took his hand that was on his nose and came towards me.
He squatted in front of me, as if I had known him for years, he put his hand on my shoulder and asked, "Who is your teacher, kid?" that you thought you had to answer.
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The novel "Salto" presents a different narrative of the city of Tehran
One of the trends in fiction in the last decade is the tendency to show the dark aspects of life in the city of Tehran. There are many such examples, and the novel "Salto" is one of them. Of course, this tendency is neither good nor bad and depends on the author's tendency and his type of work on these issues. This novel tries to present a different picture of the capital and introduce us to the broad aspects of the society. We recount. We get to know people From his point of view and in the end we get to know him more widely.
The author of the story knows how to tell a story. The big problem of some of our writers is that they don't know how to tell stories. Through the fast rhythm that the author gives to the adventures, he can create a suitable suspense and the reader is always waiting for the next event. The narrator narrates. Therefore, in the first place, this novel has a social aspect. In this way, the importance of place is obvious. These places show the identity of the characters and the events that happen to them. In the story, we get to know one of the lower neighborhoods of the city called Jazira, and we get to know people who are caricatures.
Sivash comes From the hearts of the people of this island. People who each have a story and these sub-narratives make the story interesting. However, the main narrative of the story is the story of Siavash being lifted From poverty and a new life opening for him. Siamak tries to take Siavash away From his previous life and into a life full of smoke. His pipes and Secretaries perfumes are rare. Nader looks like a tower builder, but inside he is the head of a dangerous drug gang. In the end, we see that Siavash is forced to go to the same drug store, although with better clothes and appearance.
The important theme of the story is the violence that is going on in the story and the author highlights it. Siavash employers are those who believe that you should hit other people in the head so that they don't hit you. This approach of violence is present in all the places where the story is told. With the arrival of Siavash in Nader's tail and machine, the story is filled with drug gang competition, murders and... enter another state of misery and suspension. Of course, this is an aspect of the story that can be called an incident aspect. Another aspect of this novel, which is very valuable, is its psychological dimension.
In this novel, the author tried to build the character of other people with the psychology based on violence. People are known by the way they speak. For example, Nader is an animal person who expresses his words in the form of wisdom From the life of animals.
In general, the novel "Salto" is the life story of people who have lost in their lives and are victims in some way. They all have dreams that they have lost due to various events. These people try to take their revenge From this fate by ruining the lives of others. Siavash is a young man who wants to get out of this vicious cycle and start a new life. The only way before him is to become a hero in wrestling.
One of the features of this novel is that the author tries to advance the story of people's lives with the help of wrestling techniques and its adventures, and the dialogues of many characters It is also in the same direction. The story shows how its power or feeling changes a person and causes the monster inside him to wake up.
Another theme that can be seen in the story is the theme of humiliation. Humiliation creates holes in their character that are no longer filled and many of the characters' actions are aimed at eliminating these humiliations. When we compare the lives of Nader and Siavash, we see that there are many similarities between the two. This similarity is also related to the title of the story, "Salto", and for this reason, the title of the story is well chosen because it expresses the theme of the story, although it does not reveal it.
Of course, some conservatism is also in the story There is. This conservatism exists in the shape and form. For example, some parts of the story have been reported and this issue has affected it. There are also problems in the content section. The story ends with a happy ending. This issue is very reminiscent of TV series.
It seems that despite the effort of the author to show the dark situation, he does not make any effort to go inside this situation. In fact, the narrator does not leave his safe space. I want to say that the novel remains at the level of showing violence and cannot depict the roots.
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Salto's novel is psychologically and sociologically rich
We do not have a good real novel in our literature, while Some people think that real novels are easy to write. If a real novel wants to be comprehensive, it is naturally a difficult task. This is due to lack of research to write a novel. In other countries, when they want to write a novel, they do extensive research and use the resulting information in the novel. It is true, it has coped well. When we talk about real story, we don't mean real story because it is clear that adapting to reality makes the book go From fiction to humanities. In a novel, the author takes real information and uses it to create a story. The real novel tries to respect the technical points and tries to keep the general reader. At the same time, he tries not to be indifferent to the others.
Salto's novel is a social crime. The story is full of content both psychologically and sociologically. Of course, there are traces of naturalism in it. The first person narrator is 16 years old, whose 17th birthday is celebrated in the novel. This narrator is known as a retrospective first person narrator.
Using this narrator creates limitations for the author. The story has a good ending and everyone's duty is determined. In one sense, this ending is closed, but on the other hand, it is open because the atmosphere becomes normal and we don't know what path the author will take in the rest of his life. This is the novel. Suspense after suspense is also one of the good features of the novel, because it pulls the audience along until the last moment. In this novel, Tehran is narrated with all its contradictions and class differences. The novel is worth cultural studies that Of course, it is separate From literary studies. In cultural studies, it is said that every literary text has a cultural value, and with its help, a general picture of that society can be obtained.
From another perspective, this novel is a novel of power and deals with the hierarchy of power. . All the people in the story have some kind of power. Pay attention that whoever has power in big cities can move the work forward. Of course, power advances its work with the help of fear. So it is by spreading fear that power can last. This issue is exactly what is seen in the book.
The city of Tehran is the first character of this story and Siavash, Nader and other people are placed in the next categories. Regarding the good suspense that was in this novel, it should be said that if we take the suspense From the novel, nothing remains in it. Although some people believe that thought is also an important part of the novel. Another feature of the novel is that it is a visual novel. This helps the audience a lot to understand the story.Seeing somersaults in freestyle is like seeing a white whale in the ocean, a rare and genuine technique that few people even practice. The somersault is a forgotten legend of wrestling, a symbol of power and speed, and more importantly, a symbol of greatness. I've never done a somersault, but I have no doubt it's a devastating pain, not the kind of pain that nerves transmit to the brain. It hurts to fail. From you, the pain of crushing the pride of a proud athlete. Somersault is a one way road to failure.
By writing this story, Afrooz Menesh has managed to hit several targets with one arrow. Here, we read about the concerns of talented and deprived athletes, the underprivileged and shadowy sections of society, and drug trafficking gangs. In communicating and balancing these three issues, the author has been able to prove his writing skills to the Iranian literary community.
Salto is a story of people who live in the dark underbelly of the city, but are not alive. The pressure of life and the class difference have left no room for these people. Even if one day there is a legendary savior who wants to open the door to a new world for them, there must be personal interests or revenge.
This book has a mysterious and mysterious story. The author's art is commendable in the dumb and invisible connection between people and events. This story is written in such a way that makes the reader eager to read page after page. The characters in the story are not far From the mind. All of them are ordinary people who show a new face of themselves in the interaction with each other and the height of the conflicts.
Salto's story starts very well From the very beginning. There is no mention of exaggeration and literary exaggerations. We enter the story From the first page and proceed with the events. In the middle, the normal rhythm of the book becomes so fast that the flood of momentary events does not leave the reader. So that you can't put it down for a moment before reaching the end of the story.
Afrozmanesh has managed to create a good combination of a mysterious and ambiguous atmosphere in a social and sports context. He is very skilled in creating a sense of suspense and pulling the audience to this side and that side. In this story, there is no stereotype of living good people and dead bad people. Everyone here has been dead for years; People don't live, they just drag their empty and fragile shells here and there. Afrozmanesh does not insist on beautifying concepts. The reality of life is shown as it is.
There are many characters in this book. However, none of these people are extra and a burden to the story. The author has managed to create a strong connection between the weakest characters and the most vivid events. These people are related to each other by narrow and invisible threads and they form the main body of the story.
Afrozmenesh has described the thoughts and characters of people in such a way that they come alive before the eyes of the audience. However, this author's descriptions of faces, places and events are not boring. As long as it engages the audience and pulls them into the heart of the story, it is enough to define and describe.
The class difference and the harm that the lords and those with power and wealth inflict on the lower class of the society will never disappear. Maybe it wears a little modern clothes and is ignored among all the problems and concerns of today's life, but sooner or later all these old and rotten wounds will open and this is where frustration and humiliation turn into anger and hatred and destroy many lives. /p>
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Meanwhile, I was playing the role of a courier; I was the one who moved messages and maps. Little by little, I realized that this was the idea of the CIA, that few people doubt an athlete who rides a bicycle in the city with knee braces, a helmet and gloves. /21639-9.jpg" alt="BingMag.com From the novel 'Salto' to the series 'Rebel'; A different story From the city of Tehran" loading="lazy">
Mehdi Afroozmenesh, in the fall of 99, in a contract with Filmo, assigned the right to adapt the novel "Salto" to them. Now it seems that Filmo has also given the right to adapt to Mohammad Kart so that he can make a multi-part series based on Afrozmanesh's novel. The series whose main actors have already been selected and the work is in the pre-production stage.
The series "Yaghi" directed by Mohammad Kart and produced by Seyed Maziar Hashemi, will soon start its official pre-production for broadcasting after obtaining legal permits. It starts on the home show network. Parsa Pirouzfar and Tanaz Tabatabai, selected actors who have not accepted to act in a series for years, will play roles in the series "Yaghi". It has been done and it has been completed for some time. This team also has the experience of writing the screenplay of the movie "Butterfly Swimming" together.
"Salto" is a social novel with criminal and mystery themes. Salto is the story of people who live in the dark part of the city, but they are not alive. The pressure of life and the class difference have left no room for these people. Even if one day a legendary savior is found who wants to open a new world for them, there must be either personal interests or revenge. This book has a mysterious and enigmatic story.
The characters in the story are not far From the mind. All of them are ordinary people who show a new face of themselves when they interact with each other and when conflicts escalate. "Salto" is the second novel of Mehdi Afroozmanesh. His first novel was called "Blister" and the collection of stories "Rain in the Metro" is his last fiction work published in 2018. The publisher of all of Afrozmanesh's works is Chashmeh Publishing House.
The novel "Salto" written by Mehdi Afroozmanesh, simultaneously with the airing of the "Yaghi" series directed by Mohammad Kart and produced by Seyed Maziar Hashemi, was widely accepted. It met the audience and was included in the list of Fidibo's best-selling books.
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Yaghi series is a drama full of ups and downs about the journey of a hero named Javed. Various characters From different social classes accompany him on the path of eternal life or create problems for him. An outlaw (Javid) must cross the border of pain and fatigue.
"Javid" (Ali Shadman) is a teenager From the lower neighborhoods of Tehran who, based on the events that happened in his life, has not yet been able to get a birth certificate and an identity for himself. And he is tired of all the hardships he has endured in his life. In order to be able to start a good and dignified life and marry a girl named Abra (Alika Naseri) who are interested in each other, he endures a lot of hardship.
He tries to find a way to find a document to prove that the late Mahmoud Ganji is his father and show it to the judge of the case and request a birth certificate; But he has no choice but to do a genetic test, and for this he needs to satisfy his father's family, who refuse to do this. But on this path, he encounters problems and incidents.
The Yaghi series directed by Mohammad Kart and produced by Seyed Maziar Hashemi was created and published in 1401 in 20 episodes. This series is a product of Iran and in the family and social genre. In this series, Parsa Pirouzfar, Ali Shadman, Tanaz Tabatabai, Amir Jafari, Farhad Aslani, Niki Karimi, Aban Askari, Mehdi Hosseininia, Meh Laqa Bagheri, Abbas Jamshidi Far, Javad Khajawi, Nahid Muslimi, Amir Reza Delavari, Bahram Ebrahimi and... They have become an artist. This series From the platform The film will be played.
Ali Shadman in the role of Javed and the equivalent of Siavash in the book; Parsa Pirozfar in the role of Bahman, a rich and influential person in wrestling who owns a wrestling club, and Amir Jafari in the role of Ismail Moqanlu, a moneylender and gambler with whom Javed works and who organizes dirt wrestling in the neighborhood.
Mahdi In the fall of 2009, Afrozmenesh gave them the right to adapt the novel "Salto" in a contract with Filmo.
A part of the book Saltoat 10:5, Tuesday, December 16, 1378. It was as if the oxygen was reaching the ground after passing through the exhaust pipe of scrap cars, and my heart was pounding. I was standing on the pedestrian bridge of Tawheed Square and inventing various games; If the third car that passes under the bridge has a light color, it means that Nader and Sia are coming; If the fifth car is Pikan, the whole story is nothing more than a dream; Or if the driver of the fourth car that turns From Sattar Khan to Chamran is a girl, I will see Nader again today. Participating in a collective confusion, an aimless purposefulness in the heart of the streets that each in one direction cut the empty square. The streets where people grow up, get killed, meet, fall in love and sometimes end up. The streets, this is the most continuous event of human life.
I pulled myself down two minutes before eleven, something was about to happen. I was waiting for him since six in the morning, when I arrived at the intersection with Hassan, Samia, Fatemeh and Maryam.
I had explained everything to Maryam the night before. We were sitting on the train From Tehran to Ahvaz.
"You don't know what a beautiful sack she was; He was just as soft as that little puppy that wandered around beside you."
"What was their car?"
"From this classy car... I'll tell you to ride it once, the seat was like cotton, you used to wash in it "...
"What are you doing to David?"
"I don't know. If you don't like the cup, maybe he won't understand."
"I don't know how to sell it. I'm new, the customers don't know me."
"You don't want that, I'll provide you with the sexes. You just take the money and tell them to go around to get the goods for them. They don't know me either. I will come soon."
"What if David comes?"
"Tell him you don't know anything. OK?"
Maryam jumped in the air and said, "You said OK Siavash Khan, you said OK. You lost."
"Okay" was a forbidden word for me and Maryam. A password or link. Our childhood game. I had lost and I didn't care at all. I was thinking about a sleeping bag and mattress. I gave him a crumpled five hundred tomans and told him about my shoes and runners, about the thin wrists of my competitors that I had hit under them, about my hand that was raised and I could only hear the sound of my own and my opponent's hen-hen and the smell of sweat that made me feel good. It was annoying to describe it, but it made me drunk. I told him that when our bodies touch, something gets stuck inside me and I get hot. Maryam's face kept shrinking and she said, "Hey, don't tell me, I'm sick!" However, I can still feel the fingers of his right hand that touched and squeezed my thin arm.
To whom do we recommend reading Salto's book?
We recommend this book to those who follow Iranian contemporary fiction with interest. Also, fans of Yaghi series can read this exciting novel before watching the series.
Even if you are a fan of foreign stories, you will not regret reading Salto's book, which is a completely Iranian novel!
The upcoming work has one foot in showing the systematic corruption based on the power structure, one foot in depicting the life of marginalized people and one foot in the mattress of the ship. This book has targeted the marginal and inferior class with a separate line From the wave of Iranian fiction writing that goes to the middle class. The Yaghi series directed by Mohammad Kart and played by Parsa Pirouzfar, Tanaz Tabatabai and Ali Shadman is based on this novel and is being aired.