After a period with too much on the ears and a completely full calendar was Farshad Kholghi last year at the height of stress, which sent the well-known actress for the count.
the Progress was simultaneously the starting signal for the new talk show 'Fushus aid package', where Farshad Kholghi take on the role as talkshowværten Fushu, as have the visits of famous guests - such as TV2-hosts Janni Pedersen, Lene Beier and Jes Dorph and television personality Linse Kessler - for a chat about life's ups and downs.
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'Fushus bailout' came as an idea from the actor's own stressforløb, where laughter was a valve, he says in a press release.
- I would like to make it here upbeat show, as a kind of valve for the world we live in, where the only bad news captures the front pages, he says, and continues:
For me personally, it was namely the sense of humor that helped me, when it looked darkest out. This talk show is filled with joy and humor and focuses on the good and inspiring stories, which can act as a strong antidepressant for the soul, explains Farshad Kholghi in the press release.
the Interviews rounds topics such as suicidal thoughts, fear, and the being present in the moment, and although the talk show is also facing the bleak sides of life, so it's all about to inspire others and create joy.
- It is something that Fushu is world champion, says in the press release.
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'Fushus aid package' can be viewed on Facebook.
In the role as the eccentric host seen Farshad Kholghi, as is known from the country's revyscener and for his roles in 'Crime', 'Nordkraft' and 'Deception'.
The 49-year-old Danish-iranian actress is also known as a debater, and lecturer.