ACTRESS Anzalna Nasir (pic) chooses very carefully the beauty product she endorses so that there are no problems later, reported Berita Harian.
The 28-year-old said she does not take her job as ambassador of beauty products lightly.
“Yes, becoming the face of beauty products is easier than acting as you need to be on set for long hours when you are shooting.
“But I don’t take the task lightly as I need to ensure that the ingredients in the products have the approval of the Health Ministry,” said Anzalna.
She said it was not easy to juggle her work as a product ambassador and an actress.
“I haven’t been to a set for half a year and I have had to turn down 10 opportunities,” she said, adding that her schedule as product ambassador often took her out of the capital city which led to her having to turn down the acting opportunities.
She said was also planning to come out with her own line of products.
> Sinar Harian reported that a clip showing two wooden screens mysteriously moving on their own has fast gone viral on social media.
The clip, which went viral on Tuesday, showed the two wooden screens moving in the hallway of Jamek Tadong Mosque in Malacca without anyone visibly pushing them.
According to the clip’s uploader, the mosque’s committee chairman, Datuk Akhbar Ali, the clip was taken before the Ramadan month.
“Maybe some will think the incident was meant to scare away people who come to pray here, but I want to show the greatness of Allah,” he said, adding that Muslims need to believe in the existence of supernatural beings (makhluk ghaib).
Mosque-goer Zakaria Lani said that the clip was recorded on May 25 and he noticed the incident when he was watching CCTV videos of the mosque to check on students who attended an activity at the mosque.
> Found in translation is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium.