Celebrate Dimsum Entertainment’s fourth birthday with the best of Asian entertainment
One of the most-used quotes is “always look on the bright side of life.” With Covid-19 cases on the rise, life may seem a bit bleak and it can be hard to look for that silver lining. That’s why Dimsum Entertainment has an awesome November lineup just for you! Revisit old favourites and fall in love with new ones this month as we bring you a Bollywood Bonanza, the finales of this season’s hottest Thai dramas, and more.
Last month, fans of Pope Thanavat and Bella Campen got a treat with their latest drama, Deceitful Love. Dimsum Entertainment also brought viewers an unconventional love story in The Last Promise. This month, we resume our journey in Thailand right in time for the most-anticipated grand finales of the year! Put on your seatbelts, as we are in for a ride before these lovely couples get their happy endings!
Dedicated viewers of Dimsum Entertainment may also have seen our latest offering: premium Bollywood content courtesy of our newest partner, Shemaroo. For those of you who don’t know where to start, we suggest checking out Hello Brother, Mann, Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega, and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi.
Finally, November is also a very special month for another reason – this year, Dimsum Entertainment will be celebrating #Awesome4 with our 4th anniversary. We have a whole host of special events planned for the rest of the year as a big THANK YOU to all our fans and subscribers – look forward to it!
365: Repeat The Year | 24 Episodes
Ten people who are unsatisfied with their current lives are given the chance to go one year back in time. However, this dream opportunity to “reset” their lives quickly turns into a nightmare as the group gets dragged into a series of mysterious events.
Lee Joon-hyuk plays Ji Hyung-joo, a veteran detective and one of the ten who go back in time after an incident involving his partner. Joon-hyuk may be happy with his current life, but fate is cruel. Thus, the detective finds himself putting on his thinking cap once more, as he works to uncover the truth of the “reset” before it’s too late.
365: Repeat The Year is based on the hit novel Repeat by Kurumi Inui.
Cast: Lee Joon-hyuk, Nam Ji-hyun, Kim Ji-soo
The Game: Towards Zero | 32 Episodes
Tae-pyeong (Ok Taec-yeon) has an ability that is both a blessing and a curse: when he looks into someone’s eyes, he can see the exact moment of their death. Tae-pyeong’s visions, which he believes to be absolute, are a heavy burden on him as he has never been able to save someone from their death.
When a girl is kidnapped by a notorious serial killer known only as the Midnight Killer, the police enlist Tae-pyeong to help with the investigation. There, he meets Detective Joon-young (Lee Yeon-hee). Much to his surprise, he is unable to foresee her death.
As Tae-pyong and Joon-young fall in love over the course of the investigation, they learn that one’s fate is never set in stone.
Cast: Ok Taec-yeon, Lee Yeon-hee, Lim Ju-hwan
An oldie but a goodie, Hello Brother is a boisterous rom-com starring Bollywood legends Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan.
Salman Khan plays Hero, a happy-go-lucky worker at a courier company whose biggest concern is wooing the love of his life, Rani (Rani Mukerji). Unbeknownst to Hero, the courier company is a front for his boss’ drug ring.
Poor Hero becomes the number one suspect once Inspector Vishal (Arbaaz Khan) finds out that the parcels that Hero has been delivering contain drugs.
Things come to a head when Hero’s boss orders a hit on him. At the same time, Inspector Vishal is shot in the heart during the confrontation. After Vishal receives Hero’s heart in a transplant, Hero comes back to haunt him in order to avenge his death!
Cast: Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Rani Mukerji
Miss travelling? We do too… that’s why Dimsum Entertainment is helping you live vicariously through a plethora of variety shows which will fly you to Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, and beyond! No trip is complete without some good eats and our special travel itinerary is no different.
After watching Best of Cha Chaan Teng, you will be inspired to plan your own Hong Kong experience (or, at least, be inspired to try out some recipes at home). Not in the mood for eats? Perhaps a sightseeing adventure in Hainan is more your cup of Hong Kong milk tea!
Who said you can’t see the world from the comfort of your own home?
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