Iranian actor Amir-Ali Danaei has won an award at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival, Taiwan.
The renowned actor won the best male actor in a leading role award for 'Appendix' at the 58th edition of the event.
A brief synopsis of the flick reads, 'Due to severe abdominal pain, Zari and her husband, Reza, go to a hospital. However, Zari’s insurance ID has expired and they are forced to borrow her friend Leila Attarod’s ID.
Eventually, she undergoes appendectomy using Leila’s ID and the staff at the hospital suspect something is wrong.
Due to this, they are forced to switch roles to convenience hospital staff that the ID belongs to Zari. However, many unfortunate events take place in the process…'
Ana Nemati and Amir-Ali Danaei play the female and male leads in the film.
The Asia-Pacific Film Festival (APFF) is an annual film festival hosted by the Federation of Motion Picture Producers in Asia-Pacific.
The festival is held in a different country each year.
APFF was held at Taipei, Taiwan from August 31 to September 1, 2018.