Waris Jari Hantu

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Waris Jari Hantu
Waris Jari Hantu.jpg
Directed by Shuhaimi Baba
Starring Maya Karin
Rusdi Ramli
Kavita Sidhu
Distributed by Grand Brilliance Sdn Bhd
Release date
  • May 2007 (2007-05)
Country Malaysia
Language Malay
Budget RM1.5 million
Box office RM1,743,000

Waris Jari Hantu (The Ghastly Heir) is a 2007 Malaysian horror film directed by Shuhaimi Baba. The film won Rusdi Ramli, one of its lead actors, The Best Actor award at the 20th Malaysia Film Festival.[1]

Plot[edit]

Tok Wan Rimau (Azean Irdawaty), the custodian of the spiritual tiger, is searching for a female heir to inherit her powers. Tina (Maya Karin) and Ari (Rusdi Ramli) are the relatives of Tok Wan. They are also best friends. Tok Wan's spiritual tiger protects her family and their village from harm. Tina, who is in love with Ari, nurtures her secret dream of marrying him even though the villagers often ridicule the effeminate Ari as a sissy. Deeply traumatised by these insults, Ari continues to hide behind his close relationship with Tina. Despite parental objections, Tina seems destined to be the next in line as custodian of the mystical tiger. But Ari steps in, offering himself instead.

Production[edit]

Filming had been done in several locations namely Kuala Lumpur and the states of Pahang and Negeri Sembilan; the latter state being the origin of the myth of the were-tiger in which the film revolves around.[2]

To prepare for the role as Tok Wan, Azean had practiced imitating the moves of a tiger for many hours a day on set, even to a point of watching several documentaries from Animal Planet and National Geographic as reference.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cinta grabs four awards at film fest". The Star Online. Star Media Group Berhad. 5 August 2007. Retrieved 31 August 2016. 
  2. ^ a b Radin Sri Ghazali (20 November 2006). "Waris Jari Hantu kenangan Shumi untuk sahabat". mStar (in Malay). 2016 Star Media Group Berhad. Retrieved 31 August 2016. 

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