Meet Gurmit Singh & Mark Lee!

10 Jan – In conjunction with their upcoming comedy "Taxi! Taxi!", Singaporean funny men Gurmit Singh and Mark Lee will be coming to Malaysia on 16 and 17 January to greet their fans!

"Taxi! Taxi!" marks the second time the "Phua Chu Kang" star and "Money No Enough" actor have worked together on a big screen production since Khoo Koh's World Cup-themed football comedy "One Leg Kicking" 12 years ago, in 2001.

Inspired by a true story, Singh is playing a former PhD researcher whose life changes when he is forced to start a new career as a taxi driver. He soon meets Lee, who plays a veteran streetwise taxi driver in the SGD 1 million film directed by Kelvin Sng.

The leading men of "Taxi! Taxi!" will also be bringing their co-stars Dr. Jia Jia, a 7-year-old Youtube sensation who is shot to fame with his "Singlish" series on the video sharing site, MY FM deejay-actress Gan Mei Yan, veteran actress Aunty Lai Meng and Kelvin Sng to Malaysia for their promotional tour, which consists of a "Taxi! Taxi!" Meet The Fans session that is going to be held at the LG Concourse in Sunway Pyramid Shopping Centre on Wednesday, 16 January.

Meanwhile, students in UTAR College will have the privilege of attending the movie's Q&A session with the stars of "Taxi! Taxi!", who will share their filming experience and ideas with the attendees on Thursday, 17 January.

"Taxi! Taxi!" is now showing in Singapore and will be released in Malaysia on 24 January 2013!

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