HK-born Indian actor Q Bobo enjoys durian with Philip Keung in Malaysia: 'Paradise for food hunters'


Former TVB actor Q Bobo (left) had the opportunity to meet Philip Keung during his visit to Malaysia. Photo: Q Bobo/Facebook

Hong Kong-born actor Q Bobo recently had the pleasure of meeting renowned movie star Philip Keung during his visit to Malaysia.

Keung, 57, is currently filming a new project in Kuala Lumpur.

On Tuesday (May 28), Q Bobo – whose real name is Gill Mohindepaul Singh – updated his Instagram with photos of himself enjoying durians with Keung and several friends.

The 54-year-old, who’s of Indian descent, captioned his post: “Many love Malaysia's durians, but with numerous variations like the Musang King, D24, D13 and Red Prawn... discerning their prices and authenticity is quite the task!

“Who’s the best person to ask? Of course, it’s Philip Keung.”

Keung, known for his love for Malaysia, previously played host to TVB stars Owen Cheung and Joel Chan during their visit to the country last year.

The actor owns a 5,000 sq ft home in Penang.

Q Bobo also talked about his stay in Malaysia, calling the country a place “filled with laughter and warm and friendly people”.

The former TVB actor said on Facebook: “There’s many interesting and colourful tourist destinations. You can definitely experience the essence of Asia here.”

In a separate post, Q Bobo praised the wide array of dishes here and called the country a "paradise for food hunters".

“The influence of diverse cultures such as Malay, Chinese, Indian and more has made Malaysian cuisine rich in taste,” he wrote.

The actor also listed the top 10 food to try in Malaysia: nasi lemak, satay, laksa, rendang, bak kut teh, Hainanese chicken rice, roti canai, curry, teh tarik and durian.

Fluent in Punjabi, English, Cantonese and Mandarin, Q Bobo made history as the first Indian actor to be signed by TVB.

He has starred in shows like Off Pedder, 7 Days In Life, 72 Tenants Of Prosperity and more.

In 2013, Q Bobo emigrated to Scotland – where his sons reside – after his wife’s application for citizenship in Hong Kong was rejected.

The actor returned to Hong Kong in 2019, where he resumed work with TVB but moved back to Scotland in 2021 as his eldest son was expecting a child.

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