IQIYIin association with Grab, announces the upcoming release of their original local production Rampas Cintaku on September 23.

Said to be one of the most realistic Malaysian dramas developed for a mature audience, the original series depicts the rarely spoken truths of love and marriage.

Rampas Sentaku tells the story of Rizal, a young man desperate to free himself from the burden of debt, poverty, and the harassment of loan sharks. He risks everything and moves to Kuala Lumpur to work in a nightclub for better pay.

He meets seductive and wealthy businesswoman Datin Safiya who promises him a luxurious life if he agrees to be her lover, despite her marriage to Dato’ Jafri.

Desperately trying to settle his family’s debts, he accepts her offer, but eventually falls in love with her against his better judgment.

Vasha Sandha is the Rampas Sentaku Center where she takes on the role of Datin Safiya, a wealthy businesswoman who struggles between her desires and family values.

The portrayal of this controversial character will present a new challenge to the actress, unlike the other roles she has played so far.

Starring alongside Vasha is rising star Afiq Shezwan, who is known for his cute boyish looks and toned physique.

It sets a fitting atmosphere for Rizal, who meets Datin Safia in several fateful encounters before establishing a mutually beneficial but dangerous relationship.

With its quirky plots and engaging characters, Rampas Cintaku is sure to leave audiences wondering what will happen next.

Dinesh Ratnam, iQIYI Country Manager for Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei said: “Rambas Sentaku has an exciting story that explores some of the unspoken realities of life, including topics that most people would avoid.

“We appreciate MIG Production’s shared vision in producing this series that challenges the norms of storytelling.

“We hope that Rampas Cintaku will open the doors to more locally themed productions, spark conversations among viewers and put Malaysia on the map for its high-quality content.”

Speaking about the bold concept of Rampas Cintaku, David Teo, CEO of MIG Productions and series producer, said: “Having been in the industry for more than 20 years, we always challenge ourselves to create high-quality content that interests viewers.

“The Rampas Cintaku tackles topics that not many are bold enough to touch on and we are excited to see the discussions it will create in our community.

“While we stand by our motto Bukan Janji Tapi Pasti, (Not a Promise but a Guarantee), we are confident that audiences will be drawn to the mature and thought-provoking story of Rampas Sentaku.”

Besides the talented protagonists, the black melodrama features a strong local supporting cast including Zarul Hussain, Adel Aziz, Irene Abdullah, Adi Muhammad, Zarine Min, Puteri Belkis and others.

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