Hans Isaac says sorry to Eizlan Yusof over statement


DATUK Hans Isaac (pic) has apologised to fellow actor Datuk Seri Eizlan Yusof for wrongly claiming that the latter misused his position as a member of National Film Development Corporation’s (Finas) board of directors in securing a grant for a production company, Kosmo! reported.

Hans said he had sent a message to the WhatsApp group of Film Producers Association Malaysia (PFM) congratulating three production houses that were awarded grants from the Digital Content Fund 2020.

The former Finas chairman admitted that in the message, he had wrongly alleged that Eizlan had used his position in Finas to get the funds for Excellent Pictures Sdn Bhd, which is actually not owned by Eizlan.

Hans said that later, just as he was trying to correct the statement he made in the group chat, Eizlan had already issued a legal letter denying the allegation.

“I have contacted Eizlan through my lawyer to make a statement regarding my mistake.

“Again, I would like to openly apologise to Eizlan for making the inadvertent error. I hope that we can move on, and let’s drive our film industry forward.”

The above articles are 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.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 18
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3

Did you find this article insightful?


Next In Nation

Floods: Evacuees in Terengganu rise, situation improves in Perak and Kelantan
Transport Ministry ready to help army veterans, says Dr Wee
Appeal by 33 people including Sabah CM over dissolution of state assembly withdrawn
Hamzah: Firms can hire foreign workers if they finance deportation of those held at immigration depots
No mining of non-radioactive rare earth elements until SOPs are followed, says Natural Resources Minister
Ismail Sabri: Action taken against 482 people over MCO violations on Wednesday (Dec 2)
Covid-19: Four new clusters detected with three in Sabah and one in Selangor
Natural gas use will ease transition into renewable energy, says PM
King joins search and rescue mission to locate youth feared drowned in Sg Pahang
Covid-19: 1,075 new cases, 11 fatalities bring death toll to 376

Stories You'll Enjoy