Let’s not be too hard on artists and let them breathe, Said Javad Hashemi

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Let's not be too hard on artists and let them breathe, Said Javad Hashemi

Let’s not be too hard on artists, let them breathe.

Seyyed Javad Hashemi, an actor, said, ‘See, artists want respect. When an artist is disrespected, their language speaks louder than others, and they speak their mind.’

An artist who cannot speak is not an artist. An artist should be able to speak and deliver dialogues. Without dialogue, what value can an artist have?

It is worth reflecting on the fact that many managers in the country’s management structure want those who criticize or have different perspectives to leave. They say they understand where they are going.

They say they fill your place. Where were you able to fill it? Now, the national television has failed to attract viewers without top-notch actors. It’s another lie that we shouldn’t tell.


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