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iFlix announced “Oi! Jaga Mulut”, uncensored first Malaysian original series

iFlix announced “Oi! Jaga Mulut”, uncensored first Malaysian original series

by Super DaddyJuly 24, 2017
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Our very own Malaysian brew SVoD (Subscription Video on Demand) service provider, iFlix today announced their very own first home brew series, Oi! Jaga Mulut (translates as “Hey! Watch Your Mouth”). Oi! Jaga Mulut is touted to be the edgy, no holds barred comedy series and will be premiering new episodes weekly every Monday, exclusively on iFlix. Oi! Jaga Mulut is a seven-part series, iFlix’s first original production and is hosted by comedic icon, Haniff Hamzah.

The Bee @ Publika today was filled with laughter as iFlix premiered their first ever episode of Oi! Jaga Mulut. Now, let me remind you first that Oi! Jaga Mulut is an 18PL rated comedy show which means, parental advisory is strongly required for under aged kids as it’s filled with edgy, near-the-knuckle and sometimes, downright rude jokes. Joanne Kam, Papi Zak, Rayza Mukmin and Jon Atherton join the show, tackling taboo subjects never heard of in Malaysia.

Our first original production, Oi! Jaga Mulut underlines iFlix’s ambition to lead an entertainment revolution in emerging markets. Stand-up is still very young in this part of the world, but it’s great way to localise our content offering because we’re doing it through the unique voices of local talent who want to push the envelop too. Mark Francis, iFlix Global Director of Original Commissioning

The show is also going to see it’s way into Philippined and Indonesia with Huy! Bibig Mo (Philippines) and Oi! Jaga Lambe (Indonesia) titles, hosted by Ramon Bautista and Ananda Omesh, respectively.

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Welcome note by Jason Monteiro, iFlix Asia Head of Marketing

Oi! Jaga Mulut Host

Haniff Hamzah

One of Malaysia’s most in-demand personalities, Haniff is a familiar voice to his daily listeners in radio. An experienced and versatile host, Haniff instantly engages his loyal fans with his infectious sense of fun and likeability.

Oi! Jaga Mulut Comedians

Joanne Kam

Malaysia’s Queen of Comedy that needs no introduction. Her acid tongue and wickedly delicious humour have earned her the reputation as the country’s most notorious funny lady. TV appearances include NTV7’s highly rated series KopitiamSpanar Jaya, and Ah Girl, and she has hosted Asia’s biggest comedy show, “The Kings & Queens of Comedy Asia 2“.

Papi Zak

Papi is without a doubt, the “biggest” stand-up comedian in Malaysia. Born in Egypt and raised in different countries, he uses those formative experiences to bring a personal touch to his fresh, funny routines. Always willing to tackle the issues of race, sex and Malaysian family values, Papi remains one of the leading lights of local comedy.

Keren Bala Devan

The furiously funny Keren loves to share his unique views about everything that’s wrong with modern culture, usually by complaining. A lot! His entertaining rants stem from years of observing the ridiculous nature of everyday life, from strange modern cultural habits to the annoying behaviour of the general pouplace.

Justin Heyes

Performing on the UK stand-up circuit since 2009, Justin moved to KL and went on to build a name of himself internationally. He combines his unique ”alternative perspective’ comedy with sharp observation of some of the unnoticed gems of Malaysian culture. And what’s more, he also performs in BM!

Andrew Netto

Described as ‘the comic with more spin than a high-speed turbine’, Andrew’s insights into people’s everyday lives have made him a favourite with Malaysian audiences. Among his many achievements, he was the opening act for his longtime comic idol, Russell Peters.


A relative newcomer to the comedy scene, the genial, entertaining Bal is nonetheless quickly earning a reputation as a reliably funny performer. His relaxed stage persona blends nicely with his thoughtful, provocative and often caustic material, leaving audiences in no doubt that he is a star in the making.


Another rising star in Malay language comedy, Botak has quickly earned himself a reputation as one of the funniest comedians on the scene. His comedy is very Malaysian, touching on topics familiar to us all and resonating with local audiences. A regular at stand-up festivals and on television, expect to see lots more from the brilliant Botak!

Danial Zaini

The winner of Astro’s Lawak Solo, the affable, entertaining Danial is a natural at mimicking popular Malaysian personalities. Still only 23, he is fast becoming one of the most popular acts around. His sense of humour is steeped in local culture, making his jokes relatable to both urban and grassroots audiences.

Farah Rani

A Malaysian actress based in KL, Farah’s career spans 10 successful years. An avid theatre lover, she has graced the stage in Singapore, Tokyo and Australia. In 2013, Farah was one of the feature players on Malaysia’s answer to NBC’s Saturday Night Live – The Disko Baldi Show.

Farid Azmeir

Farid has recently burst into the local comedy scene, wowing audiences with his natural comedic ability. A versatile comic, he is comfortable cracking jokes in both BM and English, and his material is relatable to people in every walk of life. A man of many talents, he is also making a name for himself as a top improv performer.

Harresh A.U.

Harresh brings something new and hilarious to local comedy. His deadpan delivery, allied with his edgy material leaves audiences helpless with laughter and yet a little uncomfortable at the same time. One of the brightest new talents around, Harresh has a unique and original comic voice.

Hilmy Ashley

A newscaster and regular face on TV, Hilmy has a knack for comedy and is a frequent figure in the local comedy circuit. An expressive storyteller, he comes alive in front of a microphone, relating his funny tales which resonate with audiences around the country. Hilmy is one of Malaysia’s freshest and funniest new acts.

JD Raja Lawak

Engineer by day, funny man by night, JD is one of the leading lights of Malay language comedy. He always keeps the audience (and producers) on the edge of their seats with his sensitive jokes, which land just on the right side of ‘almost getting in trouble’ borderline!

Jinx Yeo

An award-winning Singaporean comedian, Jinx’s hard-hitting punchlines, effortless delivery and clever material won him 1st runner-up at the Hong Kong International Comedy Festival. He was also a finalist in the America Meet World Global Comedy Competition. Jinx has performed in 16 countries over 3 continents, and draws upon these experiences to produce gags which delight locals and internationals alike.

Jon Atherton (My personal favourite in Episode 1)

One of Australia’s best and most enduring comics, Jon is a dedicated traveler who has performed comedy all over the world. His enormous list of achievements includes hosting Lonely Planet for Discovery Asia and acting in countless productions. Having lived in Malaysia for a number of years, he brings an international twist to local topics.

KC Nazari

Ahmad Fahli, who performs under the stage name KC Nazari, is also known by the tongue-in-cheek title of Cikgu Dating. His stand-up routines range from his wry observations on life to his advice about dating. He has appeared on three seasons of Komediri and in various TV comedy programmes.

Mo Sidik

Hailing from Indonesia, Mo has been performing stand-up comedy since 2011. Before that, he made his name over 15 years as a radio personality and emcee. He has performed his larger-than-life act all over the world, including Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Afghanistan and Australia. Away from the stand-up stage, Mo has also acted in several movies.

Nizam Jentik Jentik

An architect by profession, Nizam draws on his own personal experiences to create comedy that everyone can relate to. He started out in stand-up to see the funny side of life whilst battling cancer, and now acts as a role model to others who face similar challenges.

Rayza Mukmin

A huge name in the Malay comedy circuit, Rayza is famed for his witty, highly intelligent jokes which relate to normal daily life. He comes at life from a different perspective, questioning the simple things Malaysians do. Rayza won rave reviews as a finalist in Maharaja Lawak Mega 2016.

Sam See

A shining light among the region’s new wave of stand-up comedians, Sam’s witty offerings have seen him open for comedians like Gina Yashere, Dara O’Briain and Ed Byrne. He has performed in comedy festivals throughout Asia, including the Singapore Comedy Fringe Festival, the Manila Improv Festival and the Crackhouse Comedy Carnival.

Shamaine Othman

Shamaine is one of the pioneers of female comedy in Malaysia. An actress, director and improv performer, she comes from a pedigree family in the performing arts and film-making industry. Among her many stand-out performances, she has sexed up the stage alongside Joanne Kam in the musical ‘In Your Face’, and in Joanne’s signature show ‘Super Kam’.

Sim Tong

Known on the local circuit as ‘the comedian’s comedian’, Sim’s laidback, deadpan persona works perfectly to accentuate his often dark, twisted material. Covering subjects as wide-ranging as the rude things that animals do and the travails of his long-suffering wife, Sim always delivers his solid punchlines with aplomb.

Thenesh Skip

Quickly rising through the comedy ranks with his rockstar-like qualities, Thenesh is a unique, edgy act. Hailing from Puchong, he has stormed venues throughout the country, including as part of a nationwide tour, called ‘Angry Indians’. Well-known for his hilarious appearances on Komediri, he brings a show-stealing swagger and style to any stage.

Tuck Aw Yuong

From his first experiences of watching stand-up comedy in Cantonese, Tuck developed a love for the art-form and is now regularly entertaining audiences on the local circuit. Relating his tales of life as a singleton, Tuck also makes great use of the idiosyncrasies of performing in your second language.

Pokdepinion: I personally think that this was badly needed in Malaysia. Watch it with a pinch of salt and an open mind, and you will be laughing all over. The first episode will be enough to get you subscribing to the series, definitely!

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