Saturday, May 30, 2009


late update coz my internet modem was struck by lightning (X-X)

anyway, im currently watching this dramedy (drama comedy) from Canada which talks about a Muslim community. Its definitely a fresh comedy, dat make me think again, why in Malaysia they cant do something like this, well lets just hope so we can have some kind of a entertainment twist after this.

Its called LMOTP- Little Mosque on The Prairie-

although some of the muslims themselves cant accept this type of comedy coz they think somehow or rather its degrading the Islam as Ad-Din, i totally have to disagree. well, i've just seen one or two episodes, i cant find which part dat degrades Islam as a religion. Its just telling a stroy dat even Muslims have the characters which are definitely not perfect, but of course Islam is Syumul as always ila yaumul qiyamah.

so just take it as a joke, but if u dont agree, stop watching.. its on youtube of course. its great to have this kind of comedy, i think it suits the Muslims around the world


p/s: i love the way dat rayyan (heroin) dresses as a doctor, simple and sweet V(^^)V

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Syurga Cinta

the cast; Awal Ashaari, Haziq, Heliza Helmi

Before anything, im so sad for my laptop. my baby laptop here is having a 'fever' i guess, dats why i cant update my blog.

I wanted to do a review on this before the film went on screen which is 21st May. Nevertheless, better late than never.

1st n foremost, Wuteva im going to write, its my opinion n people would either accept it or brush it aside. I dont care.
David Teoh-MIG produce- n his gang called it as the '1st Islamic dawah movie' in Malaysia. Well, maybe its true however i think the screen play wasn't original.Sorry to say this but when i look at the trailer its just like taking Indonesian 'Kiamat Sudah Dekat' and Malaysianised it.

why? maybe bcoz of these MAJOR similarities

1. involve a couple which the guy is totally disregard himself as a Muslim but the girl is a true Muslimah
2. there's a boy whom would tie their knot
3. the guy is learning to read Quran and solah from the girl's family
4. they fell in love

I absolutely cant accept what the director-Ahmad Idham- said when he was asked to comment when people commented that this film is just like KSD. he said that its not the same as the guy didnt like the girl at first. HELLO!! i mean, that just it??? what about the existence of a kid in match making them?? i mean why cant MIG just said that, owh, we're inspired by KSD but we put a lil bit of a twist in our story. I can accept it with wide arms open.

This is the problem with the Malaysian Movie Makers-producers, directors and actors actresses
when people said something like ' r u copying this movie or were u inspired...bla bla bla'
n they would go and say 'if people in Malaysia always think like this, then our industry wont go anywhere'
Well MR, i have something to say-->here in Malaysia the audiences are in need or ORIGINALITY!!!!i mean the whole world wants uniqueness n not a copycat. that's just why the film industry in Malaysia are always a NO-GO.

however i want to give credit to Heliza's wardrobe in Syurga Cinta. I think it really suits her character as a teacher in Islamic Private School, maybe if its a Public School u cant dress up like this

Thursday, May 14, 2009

cool n sophisticated

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Saturday, May 9, 2009

a rising star

The latest singer song-writer YUNA is categorized as an upcoming young hijabi star, with her jazzy songs which is so soothing. I read somewhere that her voice is like the UK singer DIDO, which i really have to agree.

her English songs are also great. She write her own songs, plays a guitar and wears a hijab. Her styling in my opinion would be more to a funky muslimah and I also think her face is like the girl next door. I went on google for her pics and i notice her sense of style would be a very simple hijabi chic.

So, my idea of her style would be something like this, and most probably its not even close..well just have a look

funky and cool would be the theme

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

am I asking too much?

Maxi dresses. I used to wear them back when I was ten. Now, people are starting to wear it. But of course, here in Malaysia I cant find any that amaze me. I mean even in the stores that are from the overseas. We only have to wait for the celebrities wearing such, then it would be popping out in the market like daisies!!!

the dress below is the nearest that i can find for maxi colour block dress, But look at the size, it'll only fit 30% ppl in Malaysia!! [but I still like it, i didnt know purple and yellow can blend together nicely :D]


My idea would just be so simple

colour block dress and pair it up with a nice jersey wrap :D

it'll be very elegant... the jersey wrap can also be substituted with any type of laidback cardi..n u can find these cardis in PROMOD..theirs are lovely

hurm, when can I get my own dress? huarghh

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Muslimah T-Shirts

Salam to all

There are just variety of Muslimah T-shirts in the market nowadays. Its long, which covers up your bums to your thigh.
There are plenty of choices. But mine, would be this long Tees from Ana Solehah. Theirs are so cool. Its not bulky like some other long tees. They're just nice. It fits u like a glove (well, u know wut i mean)

[The material used is 100% cotton; which not many of the long tees vendors use]

Its very stylish. U can wear it even for your outings and as your sports attire. The prices are definitely affordable. It ranges around RM38-RM50. It depends on which cutting and pattern you choose. These are just the old stocks. The latest ones have arrived!!! Aniqah magazine had done a review about it, in their latest issue--> Tv3 personality Norzie with her kids as the magazine cover.

I cant find the latest ones, but u can by just buying Aniqah or just straight away go to the Ana Solehah boutique at Diamond Square, Setapak Kuala Lumpur.

I cant wait to go again :))