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Lelio Popo is a comedy about two famous radio deejays getting fired one day because of their ego and bad attitude and no one else in the industry wants to hire them. Out of jobs and barely surviving, they are so desperate that they disguise themselves as “Ah Pos” (old ladies) to audition as deejays for a new radio station.

Directed by Malaysian director Adrian Teh, who previously produced box office hit “Ice Kacang Puppy Love” and starring local actors such as Benjamin Heng, Alaric Tay, Mindee Ong, and even well loved comedian Henry Thia, the film will be screened at Sinema next Saturday, 21st May.

The name of the film “Lelio Popo” is derived from the cantonese term “Po po” which means grandmother, and “Lelio” comes from the word radio, said with a very heavy cantonese accent.

Admit it, everybody loves to laugh at one another. Feature films such as Lelio Popo focuses on the idiosyncrasies of people and allows us to laugh at others and at ourselves, without anyone being offended.

The film is produced by Golden Screen Cinemas Sdn Bhd, PMP Entertainment (M) Sdn Bhd, Asia Tropical Films Sdn Bhd, Mega Cineplex Sdn Bhd and Singapore’s Clover Films Pte Ltd.

 

 

Book tickets online now at tix.sinema.sg


 

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