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Pegah Ahangarani

Pegah Ahangarani
پگاه آهنگرانی
Born Pegah Ahangarani
(1984-07-24) 24 July 1984
Arak, Iran

Pegah Ahangarani (Persian: پگاه آهنگرانی‎; born July 24, 1984), is an Iranian actress and film director. She is the daughter of actress and director Manijeh Hekmat and movie director Jamshid Ahangarani. She has acted in 11 Iranian feature films since 2001 and made at least one documentary.[1]


  • Filmography 1
  • Awards 2
  • Arrest 3
  • Sources 4
  • External links 5
  • References 6




Ahangarani was arrested on 27 July 2009 in the wake of the turmoil after the 2009 presidential election, allegedly for her work in support of opposition candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi.[5] She was later released but arrested again on 10 July 2011 prior to her planned trip to Germany to report on the [7]


  • Farhangsara Awards
  • Mini-biography in Persian

External links


  1. ^ Iranian actress Pegah Ahangarani arrested earlier this month: report| The Daily Star| 18 July 2011
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  6. ^ Saeed Kamali Dehghan: Iranian actor arrested en route to women's World Cup|| 2011-7-15
  7. ^ Iran Releases Prominent Actress on Bail|| 27 July 2011
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