Friday , January 15 2021

A Man Called Ahok film translates into 1 million viewers, Ahok thanks him



Solopos.com, SOLO – The latest film about the life of the former DKI Jakarta Governor, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama alias Ahok, drew the attention of the Indonesian people. The film, starring Daniel Mananta, revolves around Ahok's childhood life until serving as Regent of East Belitung, Bangka Belitung.

For nine days, the film released on Thursday (11/08/2018), has pocketed more than a million viewers. That number is expected to continue to grow considering the film A Man Called Ahok still perched on the cinema screen.

Film success A Man Called Ahok make Ahok feel happy. He who was still in prison thanked the people of the country who had watched the film about him. "To all movie viewers A Man Called Ahok, thank you for your support so that you have reached one million viewers. Go for the sake of truth, honesty, humanity and justice. Greetings from Mako Brimob, BTP, "Ahok wrote on a piece of paper photographed and uploaded via the @basukibtp Instagram account on Saturday (11/17/2018).

In the upload the number of film viewers was informed A Man Called Ahok reached 1,009,303 people on Friday (11/16/2018). This film is based on the same book by Rudi Valinka. This film does not mention politics at all.

Through the film A Man Called Ahok, director Putrama Tuta recounts Ahok's closeness with his father. As a boy, Ahok was quite close to his father and held firm to the various advice given to success becoming the Regent of East Belitung.

Film A Man Called Ahok shows the origin of Ahok's figure who is firm and angry. This film takes place in the hometown of Ahok, Belitung. Besides Daniel Mananta, this film also stars Kin Wah Chew, Denny Sumargo, Sita Nursanti, Eriska Rein, and Jill Gladys.

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