Also, the soundtrack is delicious, even if it is not too kecantol in the head. It is rare that there is a story about a contractual marriage like this, which seems very religious. The real potential. It`s just a little less points than this movie. Having a dream wedding and a family is a natural thing for a woman. Even if, in reality, not all dreams come true. But what we need to understand is that a marriage is a sacred thing. It is not a question of human connection. It is a promise made to God to a degree in Kabul. A sacred promise that could shake Arsy and make the illegitimate right of his cause. And part of worship, the longest worship in the life of a human being. It is therefore necessary to rectify the intention before marrying the heart. “I know you don`t like me, but at least you have to take my arm if you don`t want people here to know what our relationship really is.
If my reputation is destroyed, you`ll be affected, too. Did I do it? “He said flat with his annoying calm just before we entered the reception. I was so excited that I remembered every word that slipped from his lips. Mia had proposed her novel story to several film production companies, but was rejected until Starvision Plus turned the content of her novel into a film in 2019.  The title song that accompanies the film is “Jawab Cinta”, sung by the dUA group.  The film says that Bian felt compelled to marry Tari because he was engaged to Bian`s parents. Whereas Bian already has a fiancée named Sarah. Bian plans to separate from Tari after a year of marriage. I would like to comment on the story of this wedding film (2019). First of all, I am disoriented by Tari`s work.
As I am not a reader of the novel, there should be a scene in the film that explains the exact functioning of the dance. He is a fried bread entrepreneur, but most of the contents of business seminars. I thought this dance was just a dropshipper or a fried bread dispenser? But if the contractor usually has his own factory, although it can be homemade. I imagine it would be nice if Tari seemed to have subordinates and she seems to deal directly (albeit a scene) with bread.