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Upin & Ipin: Jeng Jeng Jeng!

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Upin & Ipin Jeng Jeng Jeng!
Malaysian theatrical poster
Directed byAinon Ariff
Erma Fatima
Based onUpin & Ipin
Animated series by Burhanuddin Radzi & Ainon Ariff
Produced byLes' Copaque Production
KRU Studios
MNC Pictures
StarringAsyiela Putri Azhar
Puteri Balqis Azizi
Sara Ali
Remy Ishak
Gambit Saifullah
Distributed byPrimeworks Distribution
Release date
  • 24 November 2016 (2016-11-24)
Running time
97 minutes
BudgetMYR 4 million[1]
Box officeMYR 4.8 million

Upin & Ipin Jeng Jeng Jeng! is a 2016 Malaysian Malay-language live-action animated film directed by Ainon Ariff and Eirma Fatima starring Asyiela Putri Azhar, Puteri Balqis Azizi, Awie, Sara Ali, Remy Ishak and Gambit Saifullah as the main antagonist in this film. The film is produced by Les' Copaque Production in partnership with KRU Studios and released in Malaysian cinemas beginning 24 November 2016.[1]


Based on the hugely popular Upin & Ipin TV series, it sees the five-year-old twins interact with human actors, and tells the story of their diehard fan, a young orphan named Aqish, who imagines them being real. Aqish discovers that the owner of the land on which her orphanage is built has returned to claim it back, and she enlists the help of Upin and Ipin to save the day.[2]



Les’ Copaque managing director, Burhanuddin Md Radzi said that the idea to produce live-action film based on this popular animation came across since 2013. The film was shot and completed in the same year but was not released due to many technical issues. Returning from a much loss of that film production, the studio continued to make progress and a new film was shot in October 2014. Taking one month to complete, he was satisfied with the result and hoped it will be well received by the audience. [3]


Days of screening Cumulative sales
1 day (24 November) RM 500,000 (USD 120,000)[2]
2 days (25 November)
3 days (26 November)
4 days (27 November) RM 3 million (USD 600,000)[4]


  1. ^ a b "New Upin & Ipin film goes to Singapore and Brunei" New Straits Times. 2 November 2016. Retrieved on 1 December 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Jeng Jeng Jeng! New Upin & Ipin film scores RM500K on first day of screening (VIDEO)" New Straits Times. 25 November 2016. Retrieved on 1 December 2016.
  3. ^ "Upin Ipin Jeng Jeng Jeng bakal tembusi pasaran luar" Sinar Harian. 5 November 2016. Retrieved on 1 December 2016.
  4. ^ "New Upin & Ipin movie rakes in RM3mil In four days" New Straits Times. 29 November 2016. Retrieved on 1 December 2016.