Berita Sukan


THE upcoming Hari Raya celebration will be more meaningful for popular actress Erra Fazira (pic) as she will be with her daughter, reported Berita Harian.

Her nine-year-old daughter Engku Aleesya Engku Emran will be with Erra for one week before Hari Raya.

Erra and her ex-husband are ta­king turns when it comes to having their daughter for Hari Raya.

“Since the beginning (of Ramadan), I have been busy with a film shooting. Aleesya on the other hand has been busy with exams and school.

“As such, our time together is rather limited. We only have one week before Hari Raya to spend quality time together,” she said.

Erra said she and her daughter would try to take part in as many activities as possible, including ­terawih prayers and by going to the mosque, during this period.

Erra said she has allowed Engku Aleesya to pick her own outfits for Hari Raya.

“Aleesya has her own taste. She does not like wearing tight clothes and prefers using softer fabric. She also does not fancy the colour pink and always avoids wearing that tone,” said Erra.

> Former Sukan Tak Central comedy show presenter Azizul Ammar Abu Hassan, who created a controversy last year for insulting ex-­national sprinter Watson Nyambek, has returned to hosting.

Kosmo! reported that Azizul Ammar admitted he is now more sensitive and careful after the incident.

“In the beginning, it was a little awkward for me. I was also a little paranoid. After the controversy, I have become 200% more sensitive and careful.

“Before, I would make remarks freely but after the incident, I practise self-censorship,” he said, adding that he is more selective on the to­pics he picks these days.

Azizul and his producer Abdul Ghani Mohd Mokhtar claimed trial last year for insulting Watson Nyambek by making degrading remarks about his late father.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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