Last week, the highly anticipated Malaysian-themed movie “Hantu Gangster” officially previewed at TGV Cinemas Sunway Pyramid.

Directed by Namewee and produced by Fred Chong, the movie is a second collaboration from the duo that brought you “Nasi Lemak 2.0”. And this exclusive preview is another championing effort by TGV Cinemas, that has always been in the forefront to support the local entertainment scene in Malaysia.

Abu Bakar Siddiq, Mizz Nina, Farid Kamil, Namewee, Kenny Wong, Fred Chong, Amber Chia, Dennis Lau, Diana Danielle

When asked, Kenny Wong (CEO of TGV Cinemas) said, “TGV Cinemas is fully committed and supportive of the Malaysian film industry be it the casts, producers or directors. We are keen in exploring and providing our cinema halls as an alternative event venue for local film premiers such as Hantu Gangster. Our partnership with RAM Entertainment and ProdiGee Media is a testimony of our continuous commitment to distributors, local producers and the burgeoning industry.”


“With a remarkable untapped potential in the industry and a growing demand for locally produced movies among Malaysians today, I believe Hantu Gangster will do exceptionally well. It has all the right ingredients from an exciting plot to a multi-racial cast, making it a movie not to be missed!”,he added.

Fred Chong, Abu Bakar Siddiq, Taiyuddin Bakar, Namewee, Kenny Wong, Amber Chia, Dennis Lau

The event was a great success with participation from the movie cast namely Namewee, Farid Kamil, Diana Danielle, Amber Chia, Mizz Nina, Taiyuddin Bakar, Dennis Lau and Abu Bakar Siddiq with members of the media, movie partners and distributors.

Hantu Gangster will be premiering in all TGV Cinemas outlet nationwide on 9th August 2012 (Thursday).

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