Compiled by LIEW JIA XIAN and R. ARAVINTHAN
FANS unhappy with Nadine, the character actress Sarah Hildebrand (pic) plays in the TV3 drama Pujaan Hati Kanda, have warned that they want to “slap” Nadine, reported Harian Metro.
Hildebrand said fans are angry with the character and want to give her a slap in the face if they see her in public.
They are also criticising her on social media, she added.
“I am not afraid because these are just jokes and shows the impact from the character I am playing,” she said.
The American-Malaysian said she is not against playing evil characters in other dramas after this.
“I am grateful for the encouraging response from the public about the character Nadine,” she said.
> Pining for their missing father, two sisters aged nine and 12 have gone missing after they left for Thailand in search of the Thai man, reported Kosmo.
Nur Fatihah Najwa Sueman and younger sister Siti Nur Insyirah left their home in Kota Baru, Kelantan, with RM30 on Monday and are now believed to be in Narathiwat, some 80km away.
Their mother, Nazimah Abdullah, 33, said the two girls previously mentioned they missed their father and wanted to find him.
“I noticed their disappearance when I returned from work. After checking, I found they had broken their piggy bank that contained between RM30 and RM40,” she said, adding that a copy of her husband’s identification card is also missing.
Nazimah said her husband had returned to Thailand after being released from prison for drug charges in December.
Anyone with information on the missing girls are urged to contact 017-924 3974.
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. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.
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