Navin Awal | Director
Nick McCallum works with his embittered father, Bob (Tony Bonner), at a gas station. Bob, a former professional surfer, is paralyzed from the waist down as the result of a wipeout, and forbids Nick from following in his footsteps. Encouraged by his girlfriend, Jeanne (Simone Kessell), to pursue his dreams, Nick takes up surfing and hires Tony Searsen (Jeremy Sims) as his manager. But Tony uses Nick as an unwitting drug mule, leading to Nick's arrest.
Oi! Jaga Mulut Season 2 - Rayza Mukmin; Nama Saya Rayza Mukmin
Realising his ambition to become a Comedian, Rayza wants to unite Malaysians through standup comedy. His observations on Malay stereotypes showcases his cerebral approach into the normalcy of everyday life, giving us an insight to the changing culture of modern Malaysia.
Oi! Jaga Mulut Season 2 - JD; Meh-lah-yu
Dishing a no-holds-barred observation of Malay culture, JD addresses its stigma and hypocrisy through the lens of comedy with LGBT references, the obsession of pondans’, impersonations of Malay celebs and the gossip that surround some of them, shedding truth on the ever taboo topic in Malaysia; SEX.
Oi! Jaga Mulut Season 2 - Nizam Jentik Jentik; Aku Selebriti?
Fame and fortune has always been the epitome of Malay success in Malaysia. Nizam’s entire set is premised on him saying he’s famous and trying to convince the audience that he indeed is actually famous when in reality - he’s not really that famous.
Oi! Jaga Mulut Season 2 - Farid Azmeir; 50/50
Farid’s observations on life is on the fence between poignant and crass. His stories of growing pains and what sacrifice means from a father that’s partially blind, takes us on a hilarious and endearing narrative about being Malaysians from a modern Malay mix heritage.