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KL Gangster (2011)

Two brothers get involved in the world of gangsters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Director:

Syamsul Yusof

Writers:

Rizal Ashreff, Syamsul Yusof (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Aaron Aziz Aaron Aziz ... Malek
Syamsul Yusof Syamsul Yusof ... Shark
Adi Putra Adi Putra ... Jai (as Ady Putra)
Zizan Razak Zizan Razak ... Fadil (as Zizan Raja Lawak)
Ridzuan Hashim Ridzuan Hashim ... King
Sofi Jikan Sofi Jikan ... Ajib
Adam Corrie Adam Corrie ... Dragon (as Corrie Lee)
Sheera Iskandar Sheera Iskandar ... Zeti (as Sheera)
Ku Faridah Ku Faridah ... Mak Malik
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zalfie Md Nor Zalfie Md Nor ... Gang jai
Razif Salimin Razif Salimin ... Cicak
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Storyline

The older brother, Malek (Aaron Aziz) was imprisoned for five years after being betrayed by his own gang which was started by Shark the step brother of the most influential gangster in Kuala Lumpur, King . Malek who leads a normal life after being released, is pulled back into the world he left behind after all those years. Especially since his younger brother Jai is influenced by the gangsters and decides to work for Shark that bringing everything down in chaos. Written by anonymous

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Followed by KL Gangster 2 (2013) See more »

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Ranked No.9 on Singapore Netflix today, and it deserves it
3 September 2020 | by linken-25015See all my reviews

I was not expecting a flim this short and old to be astounding. But it was, the drama action scenes and storyline was balanced. It tells of a heartbreaking story of an ex-Gangster fighting for his mother and family, and even being forced to fight his money-blinded brother who works for a power-hungry mob boss that stabbed and harassed his family.

I feel the acting was solid and all the actor really had astounding energy in their roles. Some scenes were actually heartbreaking to me. However, I do hate the ending as it is an arupt cliffhanger. However, this show is definitely worth watching especially since its just 1.5 hrs long!


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Country:

Malaysia

Language:

Malay

Release Date:

9 June 2011 (Malaysia) See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$4,385,074
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