Ramadhan CD Giveaway

Nadhira is a Nasyid group formed by four friends, Nisaa Humairaa, Aida Safira Baladzam, Desy Permatasari and Rini Lestari Nasution. They four mothers / housewives / singers who record religious songs in Bogor, Java, Indonesia, where they live. Supported by famous Indonesian composers, Harry BPM and Ryan Kyoto, the group has recorded 5 songs for their album ‘Ramadhan’ specially for this Hari Raya Aidil Fitri!

Insictech Musicland Sdn Bhd, which has been producing and distributing Video CDs, audio CDs, cassettes and DVDs since 1993, along with ParenThots will be giving out 10 copies of Nadhira’s ‘Ramadhan’ album for Muslims to enjoy during this fasting month.

To win a copy of ‘Ramadhan’, email your Hari Raya greetings to all Muslim friends on ParenThots. Winners will be selected based on the most original and heartfelt dedication.

Send your email messages to parenthots@thestar.com.my.

Closing date for contest: Aug 14, 2011.

10 x copies of Nadhira - Ramadhan album

Nadhira ringtones and caller tunes can also be downloaded onto your phone!


Maxis Caller Ringtone - Dial *131*222151#
Digi Caller Tune - Type CT BUY 0125256 & send to 2000
Celcom Call Me Tone - Type CMT 121632 & dail 22990

Rules and Regulations:


  1. This contest is only open to Malaysian citizens residing in the country.
  2. Contestants may submit more than one entry. However, each person is only entitled to one prize. Please do NOT submit multiple entries with the exact same answers.
  3. Prizes are not exchangeable for cash or replacement
  4. Staff of Star Publications (M) Berhad and their immediate families are not allowed to participate.
  5. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entertained.
  6. Judges will be from ParenThots.
  7. The winners will be notified either by phone or email after the judging.
  8. The list of names will be published in ParenThots.
  9. Winners have to collect their prize from Menara Star in Petaling Jaya.  
  10. For further information, please email us at parenthots@thestar.com.my