Renowned Malaysian director Nam Ron is saddened by the  low turnout of his latest film “One Two Jaga” at local cinemas, despite receiving many vocal supports from fan and friends.

The director is considering of making porn movies next as he believes that will be the kind of movies that will get Malaysians to go to the cinemas.

“Salam. On social media, a lot of people said that they will support my film, has been waiting for it to come out, and said that it’s a much-watch movie, but the cinemas were empty. I’ve realised that I’ve been fooled by the sweet words. It’s fine, I think I will be doing porn after this because that’s probably what the Malaysians want,” the director expressed on his Twitter.

The director said that he didn’t make the film to get awards and compliments, he just wants people to go to the cinemas and support local products, adding that this time around he make sure that his film is easy to understand, even for primary school children.

“If I’m already willing to make a lighter film and not a heavy one to share my story, but still no one wants to go to the cinemas, then I really don’t know what the people want from me. Maybe they want porn from me,” Nam Ron continued.

“So if that’s what the audience wants, I shall be the founder of porn filmmakers in Malaysia.”

After his Twitter rant, many fans and friends started to calm the director by explaining that most of them haven’t watch yet because it’s weekdays, and they promise to catch the movie during the long weekend.

Other celebrities also started to call out the audience to watch the movie including Adibah Noor, Umie Aida, Syafiq Yusof, Dain Said, and also political Fahmi Fadzil.

Directed by Nam Ron, “One Two Jaga” presents the dark side of Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) where certain members are willing to betray their conscience and trust by taking in bribes and involved in criminal activities.

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The movie stars Zahiril Adzim, Amerul Affendi, Bront Palarae, Ario Bayu, Sofia Jane, Zaidi Omar, Asmara Abigail, and more. “One Two Jaga” is now showing in cinemas.

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