Malaysian diva Sheila Majid released “Wira Hatiku” from the soundtrack of Juanga film dedicated to COVID-19 pioneers touted as Malaysia’s biggest production.
The single and music video for ‘Wira Hatiku’ was released on July 26, featuring instruments from the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. In the post revealing the music video, the film’s social media channels said “only the best” would fit the “great story” of the film itself, thanking the frontline workers who served during the worst of the world. pandemic.
Watch the music video for ‘Wira Hatiku’ below.
In a statement shared with vibrationMajid said she always wanted to do something to thank the frontline workers, explaining, “So to be involved in this project and to sing ‘Wira Hatiku’ is a great honor for every sacrifice they have made for us. all.”
Juang set to release this September 8 after a year-long delay, having first been announced in 2020 for an early 2021 release. The film, which has a reported budget of MYR 8 million, is the first Malaysian film to feature five directors to Aziz Osman, Kabir Bhatia, Osman Ali, Yusry Abdul Halim and Matt Lai, and will feature the work of 100 artists.
Among the actors announced for the film are Adibah Noor, Janna Nick, Zul Ariffin, Puteri Rayyana Rayqa, Norish Karman, Joyce Harn, Cedric Loo and Luqman Hafidz.
Plot and concept details for the film are scarce, but the film’s trailer says it will depict a dramatized version of the struggles Malaysians and frontline workers experienced at the start of the pandemic as the people were also adjusting to the new social distancing and masking measures. than extended stay at home orders.
One scene appears to show a police officer clinging to the fender of a vehicle as it furiously hurtles down a road, while another shows a tense apprehension on the stairs, presumably of someone who has broken quarantine orders.
In the comments made to malaysian mail In 2020, actor and producer Rosyam Nor told the newspaper that ‘Juang’ would be a “debut in terms of a great production team bringing an unfortunate real-life story to the big screen” for Malaysia, noting the cast ensemble and several directors.
“It’s not a single director‘s vision. Input comes from various people in the industry. We try to merge the different ideas of as many people as possible,” he said.