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Nabila Huda is still filming despite Movement Control Order

Writer: Ashraf Nasser

Your fans are just as dismayed as you are, Natasha.
Nabila Huda, who will be seen soon in "Rahsia", is still busy filming despite current situation.

20 Mar - Malaysian actress Nabila Huda reveals that she is still filming a telefilm, even though the local government has issued a Movement Control Order following the widening spread of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Nabila, born Nabila Huda Suhaimi, admits that she is aware with the nation's current situation and of the order, but is unable to do anything since the production has yet to give any feedback and the filming still continues.

"In fact, I have to keep working as if nothing is happening. I receive call time and the next location. I see a lot of my fellow artists posting their last day of filming, before resuming on a later date, on their social media.

"But I am still in Kelantan, continuing filming as usual. I do wonder if the production company has no heart. I don't think this safety issue is a laughing matter and it's still being taken lightly," said the actress, as quoted on BH Online.


The "Munafik" actress added that during grim times like this, the production shouldn't be thinking of profit loss.

Nabila, who's nicknamed Abil, said so while talking about the statement from his father, lead vocalist of local rock legend SEARCH, who is upset that his daughter is still working despite of the government-issued Movement Control Order.

In related news, Abil was most recently seen on the big screen in her new horror movie "M4M4", which was received well by audiences, and will be seen soon in the new movie "Rahsia" that has just wrapped up filming in Pahang.

(Photo source: Nabila Huda's Instagram)

Cinema Online, 20 March 2020

Related Movies:
M4M4 (Malay) (06 Feb 2020)
Munafik (Malay) (25 Feb 2016)
Tombiruo: Penunggu Rimba (Malay) (12 Oct 2017)



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