0912 GMT January 22, 2019
Since he lived the last years of his life in the US, Iranian officials asked his family to transfer his body to be buried alongside other artists in Iran, ISNA wrote.
The actor, director and photographer, Bichareh, was born in 1927 in Tehran. He was responsible for compiling a large archive of photographic works which includes the first photographs taken by the Qajar king Nasser ad-Din Shah. He also wrote a three-volume book on Iran's cinematic history.
He achieved world fame when film director Abdolhossein Sepanta invited him to Germany to develop photographic work for his film, 'The Lor Girl'.
Sepanta's 'The Lor Girl' was the first talkie movie as well as one of the first production in a Muslim country with a woman cast. He began production of 'The Lor Girl' at the Imperial Film Co. in Bombay. The movie was screened in October 1933 in Tehran and was surprisingly a major hit.