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Nabila Huda to star in "Rahsia" remake
Nabila Huda will be undergoing training at Carey Island for a month.
Nabila Huda will be undergoing training at Carey Island for a month.

11 Feb – Nabila Huda is set to star in a remake of the 1987 horror classic, "Rahsia" (Secret), which will be helmed by Syamil Othman.

In the movie, Nabila, or more intimately known by fans as Abil, will be sharing the screen for the first time with rising actor Fikry Ibrahim.

"This 11 February, I will begin filming a horror movie project which is a remake of "Rahsia". However, the script and storyline have been changed so it is not the same as the original.

"We will also be undergoing training at Carey Island for a month. Honestly, the movie and the role are among the hardest I've ever done. Nevertheless, I'm excited to star in it since it's been a while since I worked on a movie.


"This is my first time to be working with Fikry. I'm glad that the production had a rehearsal, so I was able to work on my chemistry with Fikry on set," said the actress at the gala premiere of her new movie, "M4M4", that was held recently.

Aside from Fikry, the movie will also feature veteran actor Eman Manan as well as child stars Qistina Raisah and Syed Ali Murtadha. More details on the movie will be revealed soon.

The original "Rahsia", directed by Othman Hafsham, starred veteran star Noor Kumalasari, Shukery Hashim, Datuk Yusof Haslam and Noraini Hashim.

Meanwhile, "M4M4", which has been in cinemas since 6 February, is a horror thriller film helmed by Eyra Rahman and stars Abil with Bella Dowanna.


Cinema Online, 11 February 2020

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