Message from the Secretary of the Culture and Knowledge-Based Economy and Development of Soft and Creative Industries Headquarters on the Occasion of the Death of the Creator of "Dirin Dirin" Show.
Parviz Karami, Advisor to the Vice President of Science and Technology and Secretary of the Culture and Knowledge-Based Economy and Development of Soft and Creative Industries Headquarters, issued a message of condolence on the occasion of the producer's death. The full text of this message is as follows:
We are for God and we return to him
Untimely and finally, death comes; Uninvited and painful. Whoever is aware of this sudden fate, the difficulty of his departure is easier and the sorrow of those around him is more expensive.
Dear Mohammad Abul Hassani, he was aware of the mortality of the times. Nevertheless, he spent his youth working and producing Iranian content and cherished the precious moments of his life.
Now, apart from a burning regret, what can be said and written about this hasty migration? However, apart from the usual smile of the late Abolhassani, there are many works left by him that will always be remembered by us. My friendship with Mohammad had become more intimate since 1992. I will not forget the time when we had weekly meetings with the deceased to form lasting programs such as "Dirin Dirin" and "Gigol" until the last days of 1999 when we followed the discussion of preparing "Behzad's creative house". I found him a creative and risk-taking entrepreneur who loved Iran and its culture and art more than his soul and was restless and passionate for his pride.
The late Abolhassani was our friend and helper in the ecology of cultural and creative industries, which is the foundation for the advanced Iran of tomorrow, and he served tirelessly.
I lost a creative and efficient friend today. Iran too. I offer my condolences to his parents, his wife and children and his dear family, as well as the creative and technological community and the people of culture and art of the country, and I wish divine peace for the soul of that dear traveler. His memory is always esteemed.
Parviz Karami Secretary of the Culture and Knowledge-Based Economy and Development of Soft and Creative Industries Headquarters