Amir Hossein Khanshahri
امیر‌حسین خان‌شهری

Amir Hossein Khanshahri (امیر‌حسین خان‌شهری)
  • Actor
Amir Hossein Khanshahri (born in 1946) is an Iranian actor, mostly known for Ansoo-ye ayene (1997), Reza, the Motorcyclist (1970) and Del Namak (1990). He also starred in Bloody Season / Fasl-e Khoon (1981), Gerdbad (1985), Eshgh Va Marg (1990), Come Along With Me (1993), The Wolf's Trail (1994), Del Va Deshneh (1994) and Ashoobgaran (1998). Amir Hossein Khanshahri has been a Actor in some movies:
Whisper about that A conflict happens between some officers and a group of students and people who are busy distributing Imam Khomeini's declarations. An officer shoots a student, Javad, and he gets hurt badly. Then the latter escapes from the scene thanks to a man called Hamid. Hamid gives a refuge to Javad and this is the beginning of an intimate relationship between them. Hamid who is indifferent to the issues of the Islamic Revolution, is gradually changed in a way that he sacrifices every thing, even his own life, to set justice in his country. In this film Amir Hossein Khanshahri collaborates with Reza Saeidi, Mehdi Sabbaghi, Kamran Ghadakchian, Naser Cheshmazar, Amir Eskandari, Khosrow Malekan, Hadi Jourak, Reza Saberi, Mohammad Elahi, Mohammad Reza Seifollahi, Hamid Ghadakchian, Ahmad Rezaeiyan, Mohammad Seifollahi, Mohammad Ghazi, Mojtaba Hoveidi, Zahra Bakhshian, Mohammad Ali Massoumdoost, Hassan Abedi
Reza, the Motorcyclist is about that Reza Motori, who has feigned madness, escapes from an asylum and robs a factory, with the aid of a friend. Afterward, a young writer, who looks exactly like Reza, visits the asylum in order to write about inmates. There he is mistaken for Reza and detained. Meanwhile, Reza assumes the identity of the writer. Reza falls in love with the writer's fiancée and decides to give up the money he has stolen from the factory, but his friends prevent him from doing so. Ultimately, Reza is killed when he collides with a truck on his way to meet his beloved. Received the best actor and best music prizes at the Third Iranian National Film Festival "Sepas" in 1971. In this film Amir Hossein Khanshahri collaborates with Bahman Mofid, Behrouz Vossoughi, Hamideh Kheirabadi, Esfandiar Monfaredzadeh, Masoud Kimiai, Jalal Pishvaeeyan, Saeed Kangarani, Nosratollah Kani, Ali Abassi, Mohsen Mahdavi, Farhad Mehrad -, Mahmoud Tehrani, Parvin Malakuti, Fariba Khatami, Tajolmolook Ahmadi, Hasan Shahin, Shapoor Shalchi
Fifty Days of Disquiet is about that Ebrahim Asgari, who studies in France, accidentally gets information about the activities of an anti-government group and comes to Iran to expose them. The security forces send Ebrahim to France to get more information so that he can return to Iran by buying information from a Frenchman. In the videotape of the group's meeting in France, made by Ibrahim, the officers notice the resemblance of one of the group's members, named Amini, to Ebrahim. Amini is supposed to come to Iran under the pseudonym Tehrani to lead the coup operation. In this film Amir Hossein Khanshahri collaborates with Sedigheh Kianfar, Pardis Afkari, Samuel Khachikian, Fariborz Lachini, Mohammad Taheri, Hossein Rajabian, Rasool Tavakoli, Yadollah Rezvani, Karim Atashi, Advin Khachikian, Farouzan Alemzadeh, Maryam Amiri, Abolfazl Ghobadi, Mehdi Langeanian, Mohammad Mirbagheri, Davoud Naderi, Janet Voskanian, Rahim Yarahmad, Khodadad Zandieh
The Black Pearl is about that A Russian scientist is supposed to meet an American agent. However, as the KGB agents are informed and get involved, the meeting is called off and the scientist flees. He seeks to get himself to the Persian Gulf waters, passing through Iran. Now, he is not only followed by CIA agents, but also Iranian special agents are informed about the issue, and have started taking measures against it. In this film Amir Hossein Khanshahri collaborates with Faramarz Gharibian, Shohreh Lorestani, Hassan Rezaei, Hooshang Ghovanloo, Mahvash Vaghari, Kazem Afrandnia, Nasser Shafagh, Habibollah Bahmani, Hashem Attar, Iraj Golafshan, Fariborz Lachini, Mohammad Aligholi, Reza Ashtiani, Shafi Agha Mohammadian, Mokhtar Saeghi, Masoud Valadbeigi, Houshang Mansour Khaki, Akbar Esfahani, Ezzatollah Ramezanifar, Mohammad Ali Mojdeh, Manouchehr Alipour, Bijan Hamdarsi, Hossein Alimardani, Peyamaneh Tahmasbi, Hossein Amerian, Shohreh Lofti, Davoud Zohri
Battle in Tasooki is about that A well-meaning and mild-mannered man arrives in a remote desert community, determined to teach all who live within it a remarkably different way of life. Though there are those that believe in his message and are genuinely intent on helping him - he quickly finds himself faced with hostility from older leaders of the community who are knowingly complicit and involved in criminality. As he battles on with his mission, he is forced to fight against their ever-worsening threats. Can he turn it around before the law intervenes? In this film Amir Hossein Khanshahri collaborates with Faramarz Gharibian, Kazem Afrandnia, Soraya Hekmat, Morteza Ahmadi, Davoud Yousefian, Reza Banki, Mostafa Tari, Morteza Zarabi, Mina Khayami, Sam Gharibian, Hassan Norouzi, Reza Ardalan, Ahmad Reza Moayed Mohseni, Abdolreza Akbari, Manouchehr Afsari, Ahmad Nasr
The Tornado is about that A young Khorasan shepherd and his family's lives are changed irrevocably in this classic war drama. When American forces blow up nuclear waste buried in the tiny village, the shepherd's flock drop down dead one by one, while the shepherd himself contracts a mysterious disease. Terrified of contagion, the other villagers cast the family out, including the shepherd’s brother Abdollah, who does his best to help find assistance in Tehran. A moving commentary on how the blameless often become the victims in war. In this film Amir Hossein Khanshahri collaborates with Faramarz Gharibian, Iraj Rad, Jamshid Mashayekhi, Mehri Vadadian, Soheila Razavi, Soraya Hekmat, Kamran Ghadakchian, Alireza Davoudnejad, Abdollah Eskandari, Majid Entezami, Reza Banki, Mohammadhossein Farahbakhsh, Ahmad Hashemi, Mohammad Motee, Mokhtar Saeghi, Sam Gharibian, Hossein Safarian, Karim Neshat, Amir Molaei, Hassan Norouzi, Mohsen Aslani, Reza Ardalan, Tayyeb Sherafati, Mohammad Taghi Sharifi, Majid Alizadeh, Mohammad Zamani -, Khosrow Amir Sadeghi, Shervin Amir Sadeghi, Ebrahim Aghajani, Ahmad Nasr, Fereydoun Aboo Zia, Azar Rezaei, Amir Tavasol, Hossein Pourhosseini, Ali Banki, Iran Eskandari, Hossein Noroozi
Love and Death is about that To compensate for past mistakes, Dr. Matin gave all his assets to a hospital whilst one of his assistants falls in live with him, which angers the assistant's husband. Set around the time of the revolution. In this film Amir Hossein Khanshahri collaborates with Fahimeh Rastkar, Gholamreza Tabatabai, Mahaya Petrossian, Jamshid Hashempour, Tahmineh Milani, Bahram Dehghan, Shiva Khonyagar, Shahram Jamshidi, Changiz Vosooghi, Farhang Moayyeri, Asghar Alaee, Freydoun Khooshabafard, Abbas Jahanbakhsh, Reza Manouchehri, Mohammad Reza Alami, Maliheh Nasiri, Hasan Emadi, Mohamad Reza Aalami, Bizhan Gonabadi, Sorayya Golmohammadi, Maryam Hooshidari, Ahmad Reza Panahi, Karim Maraee, Tahereh JahanBakhsh
Other films are:
Great Expectation, Meeting in Istanbul, The Heart And The Dagger, Delnamak, Bluff, Come With Me, Chaos, Happy Go Lucky, Beyond the Mirror, The Wolf's Trail, Blood Season
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