The Jakarta Post
Chris Hemsworth (center) is in Bali to promote his upcoming movie "Men in Black: International", receiving a special gift from a fan in the form of a "wayang" (shadow puppet) dressed like an MIB agent from the popular film franchise. (JP/Ni Komang Erviani)
As is the case for many Australians, actor Chris Hemsworth has fallen in love with Bali. He has visited the island many times, which is why he is familiar with some Indonesian words and phrases.
When meeting fans in Bali on Monday evening, the actor greeted his fans in Indonesian.
“Very well, thank you. Bagus sekali [very good],” he said when the host of the event asked him how he was doing.
Hemsworth continued to practice his language skills with the host and audience, inspiring loud applause and admiring screams from the crowd.
Among the new Indonesian words the host taught him was mantul, a portmanteau of mantap betul (awesome).
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During the event, Hemsworth also took the chance to express his love for Bali, which he sees as a good place for surfing as well as an island with wonderful people.
The actor was there to promote his upcoming movie Men in Black: International, receiving a special gift from a fan in the form of a wayang (shadow puppet) dressed like an MIB agent from the popular film franchise. (mut)