Film adaptation of Jit Murad's play ‘Spilt Gravy On Rice’ gets a cinema release in June


The film adaptation of late Malaysian playwright Jit Murad's theatre play Spilt Gravy On Rice will finally open in cinemas on June 9, nearly a decade after it was delayed by the Film Censorship Board (LPF).

Now renamed Spilt Gravy Ke Mana Tumpahnya Kuah, the long-awaited film’s release is a fitting tribute to Jit, who died of cardiac arrest on Feb 12 this year. He was 62.

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