Adik Manja Trailer

Adik Manja Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979 Comedy 100 mins

A young teacher, Azmi is offered teaching post at a girl's school. The reaction from the students is quite hilarious as tis is the first time a male teacher has been posted to the school. Just before reporting for duty, he stumbles upon a baby which has been abandoned at a clinic. He takes the baby with him and the presence of the baby amuses the students and others teachers. However, one teacher, Bedah, dislikes Azmi and tries everything she can to get rid of him. Azmi get the help of another teacher, Sharina and some students to baby-sit. Azmi’s freindship with Sharina is miscountrued and malicious gossips begin to spread that the baby is actually their love child. At the same time, a jilted student tries to commit suicide.

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Dharma Harun

as Cikgu Azmi

Noor Kumalasari

as Cikgu Sharina

Adibah Amin

as Cikgu Bedah


as Sofia

Noraini Hashim

as Pengetua


International Releases Dates

Malaysia 01 January 1979

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