Indonesia released a film for the first time in 1926. Since then, the world of television has continued to develop and present films that are interesting and entertaining to the public. Of these various films, many feature handsome and popular men.
Indonesia tells many stories of love or everyday life involving handsome and popular male characters. However, the male character actually has a red flag character, Bunda.
So, you are curious about who are the handsome men who play the red flag characters in Indonesian films? Check out the following.
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Quoting from the Beautynesia page, both in the 1972 film, soap operas and the latest film, the character Doel is played by Rano Karno. This figure is known to be intelligent and highly educated, so his family has high hopes for him.
His handsome figure also made two beautiful women, namely Sarah and Zaenab, fall in love. Even though he has many advantages, basically Doel is not firm enough when it comes to romantic relationships.
He continued to push and pull Sarah and Zaenab. In fact, when he had decided to have a relationship with Sarah, Doel was still in touch with Zaenab, resulting in various conflicts.
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This film, which was released on February 7 2002, was a success and is still popular today. The film What’s Up With Love? (AADC?) tells the story of a popular high school student named Cinta, played by Dian Sastrowardoyo, who is involved in a relationship with a bookworm named Rangga, played by Nicholas Saputra.
The character Rangga is known to have a character who is rude, indifferent, and doesn’t treat Love well. However, he is described as having a charm that makes Love seem to have to fight for him.
At the end of the story, the two are officially in a relationship, but have to undergo a long-distance relationship or LDR because Rangga needs to study abroad.
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