The Sangkar actor has been spending time with his family at his hometown in Melaka, after working non-stop on two films and a drama series, when the movement control order (MCO) was enforced.
“I have been here with my mum, my brother and his family, for almost a month now,” said Remy, when contacted.
“We have an orchard, and I have been working on it as my brother is going through a health issue.
“For the past month, I have sort of fallen into a routine of what I have to do – cleaning the orchard and helping around the house. There are more than enough things to do here so I don’t have time for anything else. Staying put is no issue for me,” shared Remy.
Remy has also been catching up on films he missed since he was working back-to-back. He said he is watching all the award-winning films and at the same time, observing the actors carefully so he can improve his own acting skills.
Since the MCO, Remy has also taken the responsibility of going out to get food and groceries for the family.
“I drive out to the store, some 3km away, and get supplies for my family. I don’t want anyone else going out and taking unnecessary risks at this difficult time. I make sure to sanitise my hands constantly, take showers and keep clean as advised by the government.”
Remy, whose last drama was Bukan Gadis Biasa, was meant to start filming the second season of Keluarga Baha Don last week.
“It has been postponed indefinitely for now. I have not been told the new production date, ” he stated.
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