Netflix is treating its viewers to three highly-anticipated Malaysian films, released just in time for families and friends to kembali bersama this Raya.
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From April 27, members globally can look forward to more authentic and fascinating Malaysian stories with the release of the feel-good, heartwarming comedy film Kongsi Raya, the critically acclaimed black-and-white feature Prebet Sapu, which tells of life on the fringes of Kuala Lumpur, and Showtime 1958, a visually-stunning period film that takes you back to the golden age of Malaysian cinema, premiering exclusively on Netflix.
In a match made in culinary heaven, Jack (Wilson Lee), a Chinese chef who's in line to succeed his family's restaurant, and Sharifah (Qasrina Karim), a TV producer, are in love, but they must first break the barrier of cultural differences between their families. Their efforts turn sour and make their long-feuding chef fathers challenge each other to a cook-off in a live TV cooking competition showdown. Can they mend and persuade their fathers to come in terms?
Kongsi Raya premieres on Netflix on April 27, 2022. Stream it here.