The Malaysian film industry has come along way, but P. Ramlee films will always be evergreen — enjoyable to be watched by everyone even now. Hence, in conjunction with Merdeka and Malaysia Day, TGV Cinemas will be showing films from the legendary actor.
From the long list of his legendary films, the cinema chain will be showing five — Anakku Sazali, Nujum Pak Belalang, Labu Labi, Ibu Mertuaku, Madu Tiga.
TGV Cinemas operations and marketing general manager Kabir A. Sultan explained, as quoted by MalayMail,
“We’re pleased to work with Shaw Brothers to bring back some of P. Ramlee’s most memorable movies to the big screen. It is a great opportunity to re-introduce these great works of art to the younger generation and of course to all P. Ramlee fans like myself.”
For P. Ramlee fans out there, well, basically all of us, the films will be screened from 24 August till 16 September at these following locations: KLCC, Sunway Putra, D’Pulze, AU2, Bukit Indah, Station 18 and Gurney Paragon.
Watch the full promotional video here:
This Merdeka season, watch some Malaysian classic films only at TGV Cinemas. We are bringing back some P. Ramlee movies such as Anakku Sazali, Ibu Mertuaku, Labu Labi, Madu Tiga & Nujum Pak Belalang as well as some recent Malaysian patriotic films such as Paskal & Adiwiraku. All happening only at TGV's The Gemilang Vibes! ???#TGVCinemas#TheGemilangVibes#MYTGV62
Posted by TGV Cinemas on Monday, August 19, 2019
The screening is part of TGV Cinema’s The Gemilang Vibes campaign and you will receive a Malaysia flag when you purchase movie tickets on 31 August and 16 September too!
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