PAN-ASIAN artiste Sarah Hildebrand has appealed to critics to stop condemning her husband over her decision to remove the tudung (headscarf), reported Kosmo!Netizens lashed out when she uploaded a photograph on Instagram of her baring her crowning glory.
Sarah, 30, is of American-German and Malay descent.
Her husband Otto Gillen incurred the wrath of angry netizens after he expressed support over what he termed as his wife’s “personal decision”.
The Pujaan Hati Kanda TV drama actress had been wearing the headscarf since she started her career in 2015.
> A controversial telefilm about the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community at a tahfiz centre has been given the greenlight to air, reported Harian Metro.
Prokuya Studios Sdn Bhd producer Fadzil Zahari claimed RTM had initially given approval to broadcast the telefilm titled Demi Tuhan Aku Bersaksi, but they pulled the brakes on it after various parties condemned it.
He said RTM then took a more cautious approach to thoroughly re-examine the content.
“Overall, only between 10% and 15% of the scenes were cut, but it did not affect the original narrative, ” he said.
The report stated that the telefilm is scheduled to be broadcast over TV1 on Oct 31.
Fadzil said the controversy was sparked when a photo from the telefilm went viral.
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