Malaysian-made romantic movie, Dubai My Love, has recently completed its filming in Dubai. The movie stars Malaysian actor Erwin Dawson and actress Hanna Aqeela, who explored iconic attractions throughout the Emirate to tell their romantic stories.
The crew visited various attractions in Dubai, from the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, to Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach, among other landmarks.
In Dubai for the first time, it was an forgettable experience for both the lead actor and actress. “I was absolutely amazed by the diversity Dubai has on offer. At one of the key scenes in the movie, I had the chance to do sandboarding at the desert – it was fun, exciting, and came with a wonderful view. It was definitely the highlight of my trip,” said Erwin Dawson.
Hanna Aqeela also commented, “Filming at Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, with the sunset as backdrop, truly made my heart melt. We are really thankful for the support provided by Dubai Tourism and the filming opportunity presented by the Tsar Asia production team.”
Dubai My Love depicts the love journey of lead character, Amar. About to throw away a second chance at love, it takes a mysterious woman with a connection to Amar’s past to help him move on and realise that sometimes, loving again is exactly what you need.
Post-production for Dubai My Love is underway and the film is scheduled for release in March 2017 in Malaysia. Follow the movie’s Facebook page at Dubai My Love for further updates.
Looking at these photos of the places that Erwin and Hanna visited, I am inspired to check out special Dubai holiday packages which will be made available during MATTA Fair which begins today. Local travel agents Amar Travel and Parlo Tours are offering these Dubai packages from RM2,088. Check them out at MATTA Fair at these locations:
· Amar Travel – Hall 2, Booth Number 2234 – 2243
· Parlo Tours – Hall 1, Booth Number 1353 – 1392
Date: 2nd – 4th Sept, 2016
Time: 10am – 9pm
Venue: Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur
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