Television shows on Hari Raya: Day 2

Television shows on Hari Raya: Day 2

One thing’s for sure: On the first and second day of Hari Raya, the house is going to be filled with family members and good friends.

From cooking up a storm in the kitchen to piling on the plates with various goodies and eating together, these are moments to be cherished.

The good times felt during Hari Raya is something that are reflected on various television shows this year. There are also a couple of heartfelt stories, to remind us to always be kind and thoughtful towards others.

Here’s a list of special television programmes you can check out on the second day of Hari Raya.

Abang Bomba I Love You Raya Sambut Raya

Ria, Astro Ch 104, 10am

Lily and Rayqal are excited about celebrating Hari Raya. However, they are constantly hit with problems to the extent they’ve stopped talking to each other.

Jangan Pandang Belakang

TV3, 12.02pm

The best way to watch a horror movie is with as many people as possible and in broad daylight. That’s how Jangan Pandang Belakang should be watched because the film starring Pierre Andre (who also co-wrote the screenplay) is not for the fainthearted. A couple inadvertently releases an evil spirit when they find a jar washed up at the beach, and take it home.

Parodi Raya Dulu Raya Sekarang

Ria, Astro Ch 104, 1pm

Try to contain laughter as the comedians make fun of a whole lot of things.

Konsert Hati Emas Kembara 2016

TV2, 4pm

This reunion concert of the 1980s folk rock band is not to be missed. It performs familiar tunes, picked from seven albums, such as Ekspress Rakyat, Hati Emas, Perjuangan, Kepada Mu Kekasih, Gerhana, Di Perhentian Puduraya, Nusantara, Keroncong Untuk Ana, Duit and Sesat Di Kuala Lumpur.

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BoBoiBoy: The Movie is the No. 1 local animated feature in Malaysia.

Boboiboy: The Movie

TV3, 5pm

On the first day of its release, Boboiboy: The Movie earned RM500,000. In less than two weeks, it grossed over RM6.3mil, making it the highest-earning Malaysian animated feature. It earned a total of RM15.7mil by the end of its run. Now find out what the fuss is all about as you are drinking teh tarik and eating pineapple jam tarts. Yum.

Dodol Untuk Menantu

TV9, 8.30pm

Pak Dolah is disappointed when his daughter chooses a waiter to be her husband. He has never shown affection towards his son-in-law even though the latter takes care of him when he’s ill. Seriously, what will it take for Dolah to realise he is behaving badly? Starring Saim Ali, Mimi Lana, Shamsul Ghau Ghau and Syida Melvin.

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Singers Ziana (right) and Ernie Zakri perform a duet in Duo Star Legenda Raya.

Duo Star Lagenda Raya

Ria, Astro Ch 104, 9pm

You don’t want to miss out on this programme as it pairs up newbies with legends like Ziana Zain, Hail Amir, Uji Rashid, Ning Baizura, Aishah and M. Nasir for a memorable duet. Tune in to the same channel and time on the third day of Raya for the second part of the show.

Kabali

Citra, Astro Ch 131, 9pm

The film that caused a lot of ruckus in Malaysia as it was filmed right here. Superstar Rajinikanth headlines the action-packed film. Also featuring people you might be related to (albeit in teeny roles), and more than a few national landmarks.

Panca Delima

TV2, 10pm

A Malay classic starring the late Tan Sri Jins Shamsudin, Hashimah Yon, Udo Omar and Aini Hayati. It tells of a woodcutter who has three beautiful daughters. One of them, Teratai, has a magical necklace. Meanwhile, a cursed prince – who takes the form of a snake during the day – meets Teratai one day and falls in love with her. Understandably, the woodcutter is not keen on the relationship.

Konsert Ella 2016, Part One

HyppSensasi, HyppTV Ch 116, 11pm

Watch as the local queen of rock entertain her fans at Stadium Malawati Shah Alam with her hit songs through the decades. On stage with her is guitarist Man Kidal, as well as some of her celebrity friends who join her for duets.




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