Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Hurdler-turned-actor

Is it not obvious that Robani Hassan, the nation's top hurdler until Rayzam Shah Sofian burst into the scene with a gold medal in the Korat SEA Games last year, can hack it as an actor should he decide that he has had enough of MAAU's shenanigans? Picture courtesy of sultanmuzaffar.blogspot.com

9 comments:

miezi said...

he's not bad afterall

Anonymous said...

journo turned actor bile lg?

kajang-today

muhammad hakimi said...

Not surprise 'et-al knowing what's happening in MAAU+HPTC Saga. Zaifulpun ada potensi same goes with Moh & Hubby. Journo?? Perhaps Arnaz should start the ball rolling ....

Kuda Kepang said...

latest news, Arnaz casting for Sherk 4!!

rizal hashim said...

miezi, a review on robani's performance will be nice. thanks

miezi said...

Well, I'm not good in commenting someone's acting skills. Anyhoots,if I wasnt being informed that Bany is a national hurdler (pardon my ignorance),i must have thought that he've been acted in few TV dramas, films maybe.His acting skill is not that bad (kudos as for a first timer), but I'd prefer to see a modest him that night. Yes, it's good to be confident, but too much of confident will just somehow throw you down.(he did even forget few lines, i think).
Whatever it is, I believe if someday he's no longer needed on track, am sure he'll be inundated with myriad of acting offers.plus with that good looking muka, berebut-rebut orang panggil nanti.

Btw, mind if i link your blog?

rizal hashim said...

Sdr Miezi, thanks for the review. Of course you can, I'm honoured. Selamat beribadat.

Arnaz M. Khairul said...

Well, can I recommend Josiah Ng as supporting actor?
He played out a real touchy post-failure scene after the Olympics.

rizal hashim said...

Arnaz, tell me more about Jo's post-Beijing performance...