Stealing Raden Saleh Got Positive Response From Film Audiences

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The film Stealing Raden Saleh successfully became the center of attention of Indonesian film audiences. The proof is that in less than two weeks, the film by director Angga Dwimas Sasongko has surpassed 1.5 million viewers. This is an achievement in itself considering that films with the theme of heist (theft) are still rare in Indonesia.

One that became the center of attention of the audience was the character Ucup, played by Angga Yunanda. Angga Yunanda’s appearance in the film Stealing Raden Saleh caused many netizens to panic, to the point that many switched from being a fan of Korean boys to the actor from Lombok.

“The Korean avas are still turning to the cast of Stealing Raden Saleh, INCLUDING ME!” wrote the owner of the @pi****ile account on Twitter.

“After watching Stealing Raden Saleh, it’s time to say bye Korean boys, hello local guys,” wrote the Twitter account @ig***eon.

Apart from Angga Yunanda, other cast members also attracted a lot of attention from netizens. Call it Iqbaal Ramadhan with his long hair, Ari Irham who is said to be like Renjun NCT, and Umay Shahab. The female cast in Stealing Raden Saleh is no less interesting, there are Aghniny Haque and Rachel Amanda.

The film Stealing Raden Saleh tells the story of a student named Piko (Iqbaal Ramadhan) who makes money by forging famous paintings. In falsifying paintings, Piko is often assisted by his best friend, Ucup (Angga Yunanda).

One day they both received an offer to steal a painting by maestro Raden Saleh that was at the State Palace. They were promised a reward of billions of rupiah. They also recruited four members such as Sarah (Aghniny Haque), Tuktuk (Ari Irham), Gofar (Umay Shahab), and Fella (Rachel Amanda).

The six young people set out on a mission as planned. The implementation of their theft plan also encountered many obstacles. They do not realize that there is a big threat behind their theft.

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