Hanya Kawan Trailer

Hanya Kawan Trailer (1997)

01 January 1997 Romance 92 mins

This film tells the story of Ella was a singer in a pub is trying to be a famous singer. Incidentally also a song from Syarikat footage publisher EMI, Michael Nasir has seen keupayaan Ella singing. He convinced the singer Ella may be more victorious and offers a reputable accompanying Ella rakamannya. At the same time Ella has a boy friend Hans a very small actor aspires to become a famous actor and winning grace. Ella victorious become a famous singer, but their relationship after it faced problems. What more Ella began meeting with Michael on grounds affairs footage.

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Cast

Bonni Sta Maria

as Micheal Nasir

Azmil Mustapha

as Pengarah

Hans Isaac

as Hans

Jojie

as Jojie

Korie

as Korie

Bernie Chan

as Natasha

Ramona Rahman

as Pelakon

International Releases Dates

Malaysia 01 January 1997

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