Nik Melati Sukma a.k.a Nikki (Haliza Misbun) is caught in a dilemma when she is given 21 days by her mother to find a suitable man to marry. If unable to find one, she would then have to comply with her mother's choice of men. Eventually, Nikki pushes herself to find the man of her dreams and meets Omar Shariff (Fahrin Ahmad), in which she agrees to marry. However, situation turns awry when Nikki's ex lover proposes to her on her wedding day.
Review By Maria Abdul Rahman
The film under the direction of Din CJ is a comedy that brings a line of actors namely Erra Fazira and Fahrin Ahmad that are not based in the humour genre. This writer feels that although the task and gamble are heavy, it manages to land a positive reaction to the film.
The story is about a lady in her late 30's named Nik Melati Sukma or Nikki (played by Haliza Misbun) who is constantly pressured by her parents to get hitched. Her parents, Fatimah and Nik Mat, then begin to mix and match potential suitors for her to ensure that she finds the right one and gets married. However, Nikki is determined to find her true love on her own.
Many hilarious incidents befall onto Nikki in her attempts to find the right candidate, until her mother tells her that if she doesn't bring back a fiance in 21 days, Nikki would have to wed a man chosen by her mother.
Haliza Misbun dons her rough, tomboyish character well especially during a bathroom scene where Nikki surprisingly bashed a psychologist, played by Azhar Sulaiman. Special appearances by Ari Wibowo could've been prolonged to make the movie more enjoyable to watch due to his comedic character.
What ever is it, this is a comedy film that is light and entertaining.
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