Sunday, July 26, 2009

Yasmin Ahmad officially died.


Yasmin Ahmad dies

2009/07/25

Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Renowned film and advertising director Yasmin Ahmad died here at about 11.25pm on Saturday night.

Her death was confirmed by Media Prime Group Chief Operations Officer Datuk Seri Ahmad Farid Ridzuan, who was at the Damansara Specialists Hospital, when contacted by Bernama.

Yasmin, 51, collapsed while presenting a working paper at Sri Pentas, the headquarters of the private television station TV3 on Thursday and was rushed to the Damansara Specialists Hospital.

She was reported to have suffered a stroke and brain haemorrhage.

Original source HERE.
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I have not mentioned her before in my blog.
But one of her greatest creations did appear in my blog before.
click HERE and il direct you to one of my old posts which featured her creation.

YES, shes the only one that can make you cry/tearish,
by just watching TV commercials.
You may not know that you have been watching her commercials
during deepavali, hari raya or even cny.

PETRONAS.
Now,does that rings a bell?
Read more of her HERE.
(im surprised that wikipedia is updated so quickly)

Just a thought,
Wikipedia's entry is updated so quickly when a talent dies,
Does wikipedia update its entry too when a new talent is borned?

Anyway, RIP Yamin Ahmad.

I'll end this post with a few of her bestest creations.

We will start off with a light-weight one, Tan Hong Ming in Love



And try to hold your tears for this one..
Funeral



"...the little imperfection that makes them perfect for you"

"..life partners who are beautifully imperfect.."


♥Bie
Thank god I have found my beautifully imperfect one.





5 comments:

Anonymous said...

while i do admire her adverts, they are not her greatest work as that title goes to the one and only Sepet...

alantanblog said...

Deepest condolence to Yasmin families

Ji Yan said...

just a random passerby..ur post teared me up..Tan Hong Ming is my favourite. it's cute yet very meaningful. R.I.P yasmin, malaysians love you loads.

wonder boy said...

it was indeed a great lost for Malaysians...

Anonymous said...

Please, can you PM me and tell me few more thinks about this, I am really fan of your blog...