ACTOR Zul Ariffin has denied rumours that he intends to retire or move to another country, reported Utusan Online.
The actor clarified this by mentioning that he was preparing himself to be a better actor.
“For now, I am gradually trying to improve myself and my career.
“I am currently making preparations for the future and revving my engines for more to come,” he said through an Instagram story.
Recently, Zul announced through Instagram that he was withdrawing his name from the nomination list at the upcoming Anugerah Bintang Popular Berita Harian show.
He previously won the award for the most popular film actor at the 31st edition of the award show.
> Following her family’s experience of contracting Covid-19, actress Datin Eina Azman has expressed concern about leaving home for work, Kosmo! reported.
“I am definitely excited to continue acting after several months of not going on the set.
“However, I do still feel uneasy about returning to work,” she said.
Despite this, Eina, whose real name is Ainur Syakina Azman, mentioned that she would proceed with shooting for her role in the drama The Hotel as she did not want to trouble the production team.
She added that she would continue taking precautionary measures during the shoot and abide by the standard operating procedure.
On Aug 31, Eina announced that she along with her husband, Datuk Kaiser Gurmeet Abdullah, and two maids, had contracted the virus.
Her children Arianna Aubrey and Karl Kreef were not infected.
A day later, Eina revealed that her husband was admitted to hospital due to breathing complications.
They were discharged and declared free from Covid-19 last Thursday following 12 days of treatment.
● The above article 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 this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.