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Mat Kilau’s Producer Promises Bonus Payout To Film Crew After Record-Breaking Box Office Sales

Mat Kilau’s Producer Promises Bonus Payout To Film Crew After Record-Breaking Box Office Sales

The epic film managed to grab RM47 million in 11 days.

Fernando Fong
filem Mat Kilau raih RM11 juta dalam 4 hari

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In the local film industry, the man behind the film Mat Kilau Kebangkitan Pahlawan is not well known compared to other prolific producers.

However, fortune can change in the blink of an eye.

Suddenly, the name Abdul Rahman Mt Dali became famous after the movie was released in cinemas across the country, Singapore and Brunei on 23 June.

His company, named Studio Kembara, collected more than RM47 million to date.

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Speaking to Berita Harian on the film’s extraordinary success Mat Kilau Kebangkitan Pahlawan, Abdul Rahman, also the Managing Director of Studio Kembara, expressed his gratitude.

When I started producing this film, I was confident it could get a record-breaking collection based on the quality we deliver. Although some have advised me not to produce films like this because it is difficult to get a response, apart from the high cost of making, I continue to have the desire.

Abdul Rahman Mt Dali on Mat Kilau’s runaway success.

To appreciate the hard work of those involved in making this film, Abdul Rahman promised to share his bounty with them through bonuses.

At the same, he has plans to develop martial arts so that people can instil positive values ​​in themselves.

Reaping The Harvest Of Hard Work

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The film, directed by Syamsul Yusof, is set to surpass the box office record in 2018 which is RM48 million by Munafik 2 which is also his directorial work.

Mat Kilau also managed to outperform other international films that are currently shown in cinemas such as the animated film Minions: The Rise of Gru and Top Gun: Maverick.

The film drew favourable reviews for evoking the spirit of traditional Malay heroism among its viewers.

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Some moviegoers even came to the cinema dressed like traditional Malay warriors.

Moviegoers also called for more films on the nation’s freedom fighters such as Tok Janggut and Rentap.

It is hoped that such historical films will serve as a platform for the younger generation to know and love the nation’s heritage.

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