Famous People with Name Farhad

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Famous People with Name Farhad

Farhad as First Name

Farhad 'Darya' Nasher     Farhad        Origin/Culture/Country: Afghan

Farhad 'Darya' Nasher: an Afghan American singer and composer, as well as a highly acclaimed music producer. Widely popular, he has earned affection for not only his music but also patriotism. He has fan base that stretches from his native Afghanistan to Central Asia, Iran, Pakistan, and extending to the West among the Afghans and Persians.[citation needed] Farhad sings in various languages including: Pashto, Persian, Uzbek, English[citation needed] and Hindi.[1]

Farhad Ghafoor     Farhad Ghafoor       Origin/Culture/Country: Afghan

Farhad Ghafoor: a singer from Afghanistan. He sings in Pashto and Persian. He lives at the moment in Kabul, Afghanistan, and runs an IT consultancy and wireless communications provider.Farhad Ghafoor was born on June 1, 1965 in Afghanistan. Growing up he was influenced by the many late and great singers of Afghanistan such as Ahmad Zahir and Isaaq Baghlani. He attended the prestigious Lycee Esteqlal in Kabul and performed countless concerts, becoming well received by his peers. In the summer of 1981, Farhad Ghafoor started a long journey through many countries

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Farhad as Last Name

Mohammad Farhad     Mohammad Farhad       Origin/Culture/Country: Muslim

Mohammad Farhad: popularly known as "Comrade Farhad" was one of the architects of the independence of Bangladesh and the former President of Bangladesh Communist Party and a member of Bangladesh Parliament.On October 8th 1987, while visiting in Moscow, Russia as a delegate from Bangladesh Parliament, Mohammad Farhad died at 49. He left behind his wife and two children. Moni Singh-Farhad Memorial Trust, which was established to keep his legacy alive now serves as a popular center of intellectuals and free thinkers in Bangladesh.

Ghulam Mohammad Farhad     Ghulam Mohammad Farhad       Origin/Culture/Country: Afghan

Ghulam Mohammad Farhad: was an Afghan engineer and Pashtun nationalist.[citation needed] He lived in Germany on a royal scholarship from 1921 to 1928, training as an electrician at the Technical University of Munich. During his studies in Germany, he came in contact with Nazi policy and became fascinated by some aspects of it.[1] After he returned to Afghanistan, Farhad was appointed to several electricity-related posts in the government, finally serving as president of the Kabul Electric Company from 1939 to 1966. He traveled to Germany in 1947 to acquire equipment; he was often accused of favoring German-manufactured products. From 1948 to 1954, he was mayor of Kabul. He notably installed the city's first traffic lights and declared a switch to right-hand driving. In 1966, Farhad created the Afghan Social Democratic Party (also known as Afghan Mellat or "Afghan Nation") on the bases of Pashtun nationalism, social democracy, and anticommunism. He was elected to Parliament, representing the sixth district of Kabul, in 1968, but resigned his seat in 1970. He was later a political prisoner of the PDPA/Khalq government from 1979 to 1980, when he was freed in a general amnesty.

Esmail Farhadi     Esmail Farhadi       Origin/Culture/Country: Iranian

Esmail Farhadi: an Iranian football player who currently plays for F.C. Zob Ahan in Iran's Premier Football League

Asghar Farhadi     Asghar Farhadi       Origin/Culture/Country: Iranian

Asghar Farhadi: an Iranian screenwriter and film director.Asghar Farhadi is a graduate of Theatre, with a BA in Dramatic Arts and MA in Stage Direction from Tehran University and Tarbiat Modarres University. Farhadi made short 8mm and 16mm films in Isfahan branch of Iranian Young Cinema Society before moving on to writing plays and screenplays for IRIB. He also directed such TV series as the popular A Tale of a City and co-wrote the screenplay of Ebrahim Hatamikia’s Low Heights. Dancing in the Dust was his feature film debut,[1] which he followed with the critically acclaimed A Beautiful City. His fourth film, Fireworks Wednesday won the Gold Hugo at the 2006 Chicago International Film Festival. His latest film, About Elly won the Silver Bear for best director at 59th International Berlin Film Festival. it is about a group of Iranians who take a trip to the Caspian Sea that turns tragic.

Ravan A. G. Farhâdi     Ravan A. G. Farhâdi       Origin/Culture/Country: Afghan

Ravan A. G. Farhâdi: was the Ambassador to the United Nations for Afghanistan. He is an ethnic Tajik from Panjshir. He first assumed this position in 1993, renewing his appointment on 11 January 2002.His tenure as Ambassador ended in December 2006.Ravan Farhâdi worked as a diplomatic carrier from 1956 to 1973. He then took a position as a professor in the History of Persian Literature at the Sorbonne in 1981, and then at the Department of Near East Studies, University of California, Berkeley, from 1985 to 1993. At Berkeley, he taught subjects ranging from Persian Literature to Islamic medieval mysticism. In 1993, he became the Ambassador of Afghanistan to the United Nations. Currently, he is heavily involved in Palestinian rights.

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