RAHSIA (2023) Malaysian horror – trailer

RAHSIA (2023) Malaysian horror – trailer

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Rahsia is a 2023 Malaysian horror film in which a woman mysteriously loses her son during a picnic by the beach and starts to experience strange haunting occurrences making her husband doubt her sanity.

Directed by Shamyl Othman from a screenplay co-written by Natasha Azlan, Alfie Palermo, Luqman Sheikh Ghazali and Zulaikha Zakaria. Produced by Natasha Azlan and Alfie Palermo. Executive produced by Raja Jastina Arshad.

The Astro Shaw-Kuman Pictures co-production stars Nabila Huda, Fikry Ibrahim, Eman Manan, Marsha Milan Londoh, Rashidi Ishak, Nur Qistina Raishah and Syed Ali Murtadha.

Ramlah, Hamdan and their children, Marina and Saiful, return to Ramlah’s childhood home to visit her father, Tan Sri Karim, on his birthday. While on a picnic by a beach, the leisurely trip takes a tragic turn when Ramlah sees a mysterious figure suddenly take Saiful away and disappeared.

The police become doubtful of Ramlah’s description of the mysterious figure she saw, but they push on with a search and rescue operation, combing the beach to find Saiful. As Hamdan joins the police effort, Ramlah begins encountering unexplained hauntings in the house. She hears strange noises but is unable to detect their source.

The mysterious haunting and her missing son take their toll on Ramlah’s sanity as well as her marriage. But time and time again, clues lead her to believe that Saiful is close and still alive, as she races against time to find him before it’s too late…


Release date:
Rahsia will be released in Malaysia on August 10, 2023.


Cast and characters:
Nabila Huda … Ramlah
Fikry Ibrahim … Professor Hamdan
Eman Manan … Tan Sri Karim
Marsha Milan Londoh … Melor
Rashidi Ishak … Tan Sri Karim
Nur Qistina Raishah … Marina
Syed Ali Murtadha … Saiful
Othman Hafsham
Aloy Paradoks
Susan Lankester
Nabil Zakaria
Mislina Mustaffa

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