Nazanin Boniadi, who was in "The Rings of Power," wants the world to know that women are protesting in Iran.
Boniadi has been telling people a lot about the protests going on in Iran and has also asked the rest of the world to pay attention.
Nazanin Boniadi, who plays Bronwyn on "The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power," shocked everyone with her fiery performance in the first few episodes. As the show goes on, she continues to impress viewers with her perfect acting skills. Boniadi is a strong force on the Amazon show, but she also makes sure to use her fame and status to do something good for society. After Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman, died in police custody on Friday, September 16th, the whole world saw how brave Iranian women are when they protest against their government.
After Amini died, there were a lot of large protests all over the country, and the international media paid a lot of attention to it. People said that Amini was arrested on September 16 because she wasn't wearing her hijab right. The police said that Amini died of a heart attack, but no one in her family had ever had a heart attack. They thought that the police beat their daughter to death.
Nazanin Boniadi is an actor and human rights activist. She is one of the few celebrities who are doing everything they can to make people understand that a revolution is happening on the streets of Iran. The actor has been tweeting a lot in support of the protesters, and she is also doing her best to clear up misunderstandings about things like women's rights and other cultural traditions that put women down.
In a new video that the actor shared, she thanked the rest of the world for helping Iranian women but also made it clear that everyone needs to do a lot more to help the people who live in Iran. In the video, Boniadi talks about how to help in four steps. She said, "Step 1: Call your Ministry of Foreign Affairs and ask them to set up a way for international investigators to look into human rights abuses in Iran. Also, ask your officials to talk about human rights abuses in Iran, since there are no domestic ways to hold Iran accountable."
Boniadi also said that people should protest in front of Iranian embassies in their own countries so that the government of Iran knows that "human rights violations will not go unpunished by the international communities." She also asked people to share important information about the protests on social media so that everyone can know what's going on.
The "Homeland" star also gave out links to several real human rights groups that work in Iran.
Boniadi has always spoken out against Iran's frequent violations of human rights, and he was a member of the Center for Human Rights in Iran. Boniadi was born in Iran and grew up in London. She was also named an Amnesty International UK ambassador, with a focus on women and Iran.
In the past few weeks, the actor has been sharing a lot of photos and videos of Iranian protesters taking to the streets to tell the government that enough is enough. Iran's men and women are joining forces to protest against the government.
Aside from Boniadi, other celebrities who support the Iran Protests include Bella Hadid, Gigi Hadid, Kourtney Kardashian, Lili Reinhart, Lily James, Golshifteh Farahani, Mark Ruffalo, Sophie Turner, Khaby Lame, Leah Ramini, JK Rowling, and others.