ACTRESS Fasha Sandha (pic) said she has never been late to any filming locations throughout her 16 years in the entertainment industry, reported Kosmo!She said the experience of working as a model was the secret to being disciplined. This garnered the respect of the production teams.
“Usually, I will make sure that I am at the location either for filming or other commitments at least half an hour in advance.
“Alhamdulillah, during the 16 years of my career as an artiste, I have never been late because I do not want to trouble others,” she said, adding that her habit of being punctual began when she started modelling at the age of 18.
Fasha also said she was accustomed to starting the day as early as 4am or 5am.
“Even though I go home late sometimes, I still make sure I am up early.
“The timing is unusual as I start work when most people are still asleep.
“I’m still an early bird till this day,” explained the mother of three children who is married to actor Aidil Aziz.
> Preacher-actor Muhammad Haris Mohd Ismail and his celebrity wife Neelofa want to raise their child using a moderate approach, reported Harian Metro.
Muhammad Haris, better known as PU Riz, said they were comfortable with living moderately, including parenting their child in that manner.
“Living in the limelight has its perks as well as disadvantages.
“So, we want to live in a blessed way and not rely on our fame.
“Although the parents of our child might be known to many Malaysians, we hope this child can grow up in an Islamic way,” he said.
Muhammad Haris and actress-turned-fashion entrepreneur Neelofa tied the knot in March 2021.
When asked about concerns the couple may have ahead of his wife who is expected to give birth in the near future, Muhammad Haris said they were mentally prepared.
“We have never had this experience.
“So we have to be mentally prepared and I think those who are married will understand.
“When we go through it ourselves, it is not easy,” he said.
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