M. Raihan Halim’s career in television began after winning two Golden Pen Awards at the MDA: National Scriptwriting Competition in the years 2005 and 2007. He has written and directed television works featured in all four main channels in the country.
Best known for his award-winning television dramas, his telemovies Yazid Wears Diapers garnered the Best Special Drama award in a local television award show and Big Time In Little Street was nominated in 2010 Asian Television Awards. His notable television works are Munah and Hirzi (2012) and Firasat (2014), which aired on Suria. He embarked on his feature film project, Banting in 2014. Banting’s commercial release in Singapore theaters was met with overwhelming response. The film was also screened at the 34th Hawaii International Film Festival. He is currently working on his second feature Ibu.
He is one of the co-founder of Papahan Films.