And for exceptional beauty like hers, it's impossible to stay away from men as they come drooling for her. She's been married thrice and currently lives happily with third husband Christos Dorje Walker.
Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani is happily married to her husband Christos Dorje Walker
The former Iranian actress, who was exiled from her country for her nude performance in several movies, is married to an Australian professional psychotherapist and a musician Christos Dorje Walker.
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Farahani, also a singer and a musician first met her husband back in 2014 at a musical event held in France. The pair was love struck in their first meeting and started dating right then.
Golshifteh with her husband Christos Walker sharing a kiss together.
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After dating for a year, the pair got married in 2015 at a private ceremony and became officially wedded, husband and wife. The powerhouse couple looked stunning at the 2017's Gala Opera National de Paris event.
Golshifteh with husband Christos attending a party together.
Despite being married for two long years, they don't have any children together, but we are guessing that they might soon decide to take a further step and start a family.
She appeared in a short French black and white video with 30 other actors to promote the Caesars, (French Oscars), in which she was nominated for her character in the famous comedy French film, Si Tu Meurs, Je Te Tue (If You Die, I'll Kill You).
For the promo, the actors had to take off a part of their clothes to commit their body and soul to their art. Farahani bared her right breast in the video and stated,
"I will put flesh to your dreams."
She also posed nude in the French Madame Figaro and when the video was released, Golshifteh faced her worst nightmare. The Iranian government made announcements that Farahani was banished from the country stating,
"Iran does not need actors or artists like you. You may offer your artistic services somewhere else"
She got banned with much criticism and harsh judgments based on her character and morality. She left Iran and moved to France after that. There she met her second husband, handsome French actor, Louis Garrel and married in 2013.
Golshiteh second husband Louis Garrel at the Valentino Festival in Venice, 2013.
The pair stayed together for a year and later got divorced in 2014, without revealing any plausible reasons.