The Lost Lotteries, a “heist-comedy” director Prueksa Amaruji thinks will appeal to both viewers in Thailand, and those in other countries, open Netflix’s newest slate of Thai programming.
The film’s central theme is playing the lottery, or huay, as it is known in Thai. According to Amaruji and executive producer Ekachai Uekrongtham, lottery tickets should be purchased by Thais from all social classes and economic backgrounds.
The Lost Lotteries is one of six new releases Netflix has planned to increase its original Thai content, including two series and four films, to launch on November 16. Full-length films by the directors Wisit Sasanatieng, Nonzee Nimibutr, and Sitisiri Mongkolsiri are among the other ongoing projects.
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Sky Wongravee Nateetorn
Thai actor and model Wongravee Nateetorn, also known as Sky, was born in Bangkok and reared in Ranong. He graduated from Thammasat University with a bachelor’s degree in Southeast Asian Studies.
Hormones: The Next Gen, which gave him the opportunity to make his television debut in “Hormones: Season 3,” was how Sky got his start in the entertainment business. After that, he joined Nadao Bangkok. He worked for the company until 2022.
Minnie Phantira Pipityakorn
On January 4, 2000, Phantira Pipityakorn, also known as Minnie, was born. She is a Thai model and actress who starred in the television series Jao Sao Chang Yont.
Minnie, also known as Phantira Pipityakorn, was born on January 4, 2000. She is a Thai model and actress. Winner, his younger brother, and Fairy, his younger sister, are both his siblings. He is a Buddhist in the province of Samut Prakan, has a father and mother, and is of Thai descent and nationality.
Phantira Pipityakorn, often known as Minnie, was born on January 4, 2000. She is a Thai model and actress who starred in the television series Jao Sao Chang Yont.
Pat Napapa Thantrakul
Napapa Tantrakul, known by the nickname Patt and formerly by her given name Suleeporn, was born in Thailand on July 16, 1986. She has been involved in the entertainment business since she was between the ages of 11 and 12. Akarakit “Benz Racing” Worarojcharoendet is Tantrakul’s husband.
She is from a Thai family of Hainanese and Pakistani ancestry. Islam was Tantrakul’s upbringing. Tantrakul reverted to Buddhism in 2016.
Padueng Songsang was born on May 24, 1984, in Yala Province, Thailand. He changed his name to Jazz Chaunchuen later in life. On Christmas Eve last year, his mother, Udom Songsang, tragically passed away at 83.
His career began in 2005. He is well-known for the song, which was published in 2017 as มือลั่น. More than 250 million people have seen it on YouTube.
He performed wearing the Ice mask in season 2 of The Mask Singer. Later, he was defeated by the Turtle mask and eventual group winner Panadda Ruangwut. He performed a duet using the song with a lousy winning singer in I Can See Your Voice Thailand.
Asian Games 2002 champion was Somjit. In his nation, he defeated Frenchman Jérôme Thomas in the World Amateur Boxing Championships final in 2003. Thomas went on to earn Olympic silver in 2004.
Somjit had terrible luck with the draw and lost to eventual champion Yuriorkis Gamboa of Cuba at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
He was taken by surprise by Cuban southpaw Andry Laffita in his opening bout at the 2005 World Amateur Boxing Championships and lost 14:16. He also represented Thailand at the 2005 Boxing World Cup in Moscow, Russia, where he won both of his matches in the first round.
He defeated Filipino boxer Violito Payla 15-31 to win silver in the Flyweight (-51 kg) class of the 2006 Asian Games. Three times earlier, he had defeated the Filipino.
He defeated Vincenzo Picardi to advance to the World Amateur Boxing Championships finals in 2007, where he fell to local southpaw Raushee Warren. He competed for Thailand in the Flyweight division at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, declaring that it would be his final fight before continuing his boxing career as a national team coach.
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