Hairul hasn’t given up on acting – just busy

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Enterprising actor: Hairul and Hanis attending a film premiere with their child.

HAIRUL Azreen is still active in acting despite having numerous business interests, Utusan Malaysia reported.

The 28-year-old actor, who just finished shooting Pencuri Hati Mr Cinderella, said: “There are offers coming in but due to time constraints in handling the businesses that I operate with my wife, I have to turn them down,” said Hairul, who is married to actress Hanis Zalikha.

From a clothing line to a virtual reality entertainment outlet, Hairul and Hanis run various businesses together.

“I started everything from scratch with my wife. She has been the biggest contributor because Hanis is a business graduate.

“I have zero knowledge so I consult her before making any decision.”

His next project is an action film that will start shooting around July.

“I’ve been going to the gym regularly to prepare for the action scenes,” he added.

> Enraged that his girlfriend had ditched him for a senior, a Form Four student and four others beat up a fifth former at a high school in Seremban last Friday, Harian Metro reported.

It is understood that the alleged attackers, aged 16, were under the influence of alcohol.

According to a source, the boys chased their victim into the school library where they started attacking him.

The incident was witnessed by other students and a teacher who stepped in to stop the fight,

Seremban police chief Asst Comm Thiew Hock Poh said a team was sent to the school and arrested all five suspects.

> The disappearance of a senior citizen who left the house on her bicycle was solved when her body was found in a drain.

Mariam Sukon, 74, drowned, Berita Harian reported.

A resident spotted her bicycle and went to investigate.

“Based on early investigations, Mariam’s children said their mo­ther rode out at 5pm last Friday to go for a massage.

“When she did not return, the family went looking for her without success,” Supt Mohad Idris said.

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