Golshifteh Farahani

Featured in Vogue magazine

Karim Sadli photographed Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani for the May 2011 issue of Vogue Paris with hair by Laurent Philippon.


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Thanks Golshifteh

by Siavash300 on

You're promoting Iranian ladies in terms of fashion and elegant outside of Iran. It reminds me of Iranian women when shah was on power. They were elegant and well respected around the world. We are proud of you sweetheart.



by yolanda on

Hi! Statira,

      Shohreh Aghdashloo is 59 years old......she seems to have a lot of projects and offers.........maybe Farahani can get some advice from Shohreh Aghdashloo.......but I am not sure if they know each other or if they are rivals. :O)

You are right that girls have to make some sacrifice (or show some skin) in Hollywood!


Hi! Yolanda

by statira on

I think the first Hollywood movie she played, was a big turn off for her. It's the Hollywood reality that actors should look good. They care about good skin and hair and sometimes showing off some skin. If she is not willing to do it, there is no way for her to get anywhere.



by yolanda on

Hi! Statira,

   I agree with you 100%.......I hope she makes big!


I love

by Fatollah on

all her previous photos with her natural bushy hair. ;-)

nonetheless, more power and success to this young lady.


She has a potential

by statira on

to be one of the most beautiful Hollywood actresses. She just needs to be touched up by a makeup artist expert just like other Hollywood actresses. She has a beautiful, unique face that can not be found here, lets show it off in the best possible way before it's too late.

Alice In Wonderland

Natural beauty

by Alice In Wonderland on

She is one of the rare natural beauties of the after revolution iranian society: no vulgar make up and no plastic surgery...simple and gorgeous.Bravo Golshifteh!



by yolanda on

There are 2 photos of her in Vogue:


"Golshifteh will also star in an upcoming movie by Dariush Mehrjui called Rumi's Kimia, which is based on the popular novel "Kimia Khatoon" by Saiedeh Ghods. the movie will explore the human side of a historic figure, Rumi, in life before his transformation into a mystic poet."




by yolanda on

She is gorgeous!

I will read the words in photo if I can get a hold of the Vogue!


چشم حسودان کور


چشم کسانی که تاب دیدن زن آزاد ایرانی را ندارند کور . خانم گلشیفته ابروی زن متجدد ایرانی است و خوشحالم که از شر سانسور و ارتجاع در ایران آزاد شد

Anahid Hojjati

She is a true beauty in the style of old stars

by Anahid Hojjati on

Few days ago with a guy friend, we were discussing how these days US movie stars are not that great looking like they were in 1950, 1960s.  Seeing Golshifteh's pictures reminds me that she actually is gorgeous like movie stars from those years.

Jeesh Daram


by Jeesh Daram on

I am so happy for her and congratulate her for appearing on Vogue! I certainly hope this help her carrier even more. She is a child of Iran and we need to support her. Artists like her were successful in their mother land and were forced to exile and it is very sad for all of us to see our artists under so much pressure. Make sure to have nothing but good words for her please.


She is a beautiful girl and now is free

by Mehrban on

to choose whatever she wants to wear.  

Mash Ghasem

Form is content

by Mash Ghasem on

Or as they used to ask: Is it the dancer or the dance?



Everything is about one's style.

by comments on

In my opinion everything seems perfect about the photo.  I like to see her in a style rather than all her previous photos with her natural bushy hair.

Everything is about one's style.  It doesn't matter what's one's style as long as he/she thinks about a style.


The 'Khod-Shiftegi'

by Demo on

Another strong proof of the prevalent psycological disorder among Iranians. Most of us will do anything to become "Gol'e Sar Sa-bad." Yesterday, with veil in Iran & today, with a man's suite in the West! Soon, however, the West's dark/dirty side of the Show Biz will ruin all these 'fashions' turn arounds! Guaranteed!


Novice observer

by پندارنیک on

I need help in order to know what I'm supposed to see here. Is it her being Irooni, or that of the photographer?.........I hope it's not the glossy French magazine triggering our inferiority complex........