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Johnny Depp's participation in Ashura celebrations causes a stir in Iran

Johnny Depp’s participation in Ashura celebrations causes a stir in Iran

A video was triggered showing a similar post American actor Johnny Depp During the ritual days of Ashura, there is a commotion in Iran.

In the wake of the released videos and photos, Iranian First Vice President Moghar Dezfuli and Foreign Minister Abdullahiyan were said to have congratulated the US representative on converting to Islam and participating in Hussaini ceremonies, but were later released. Greetings are attributed to Iranian authorities and are not officially affiliated with them.

A few days ago, cyberspace users posted photos and videos of two famous Hollywood actors, Johnny Depp and Bryan Cranston, attending the funerals of Dasua and Ashura, and after that, some local media published these videos. Depp and Bryan Cranston on Ashura Rituals titled “Johnny’s Presence.”

It was later revealed that a man named “Amin Mahmoud Bar Dalit”, who works in the financial sector and was born in the city of Tabriz in northwestern Iran, did his best to look like Johnny Depp, and this can be seen in the released video. On social platforms.

Looking at another person in the film, ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ and tried to make his face look like Walter White, who appeared in the series “Breaking Bad”, and this appears by carefully trimming his beard and head, and managed to achieve this look. He is Walter White.

Iranian guy looks like Johnny Depp

These days, the market for cinematic, sports, and artistic impersonators has heated up in the virtual space, especially among Iranians, and some of these include football star Lionel Messi lookalike Reza Baradeshzadeh, Ali Reza Laa who looks like Ronaldo, Ramana Seyahi who looks like Angelina Jolie, and Hadi Kalki. To attract millions of followers, they managed to replace football coach Carlos Queiroz.

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