Crazy Rich Asians movie

Insane Rich Asians is a 2018 American rom-com show film in view of Kevin Kwan’s novel of a similar name. Created by Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson of Color Force, it is coordinated by Jon M. Chu. The film stars Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Gemma Chan, Awkwafina, Kris Aquino, Lisa Lu, Nico Santos, Ken Jeong, and Michelle Yeoh, and takes after a youthful Asian American lady who goes to meet her sweetheart’s family, just to discover they are one of the most extravagant in Singapore.

Insane Rich Asians was discharged in the United States on August 15, 2018, by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is the principal film by a noteworthy Hollywood studio to include Asian-Americans in the overwhelming driving parts since 1993’s The Joy Luck Club. The film got positive surveys from commentators, who lauded the exhibitions and creation outline.


Principle characters

Constance Wu as Rachel Chu, Nick’s long-term sweetheart and Kerry’s girl

Henry Golding as Nick Young, Rachel’s long-lasting beau and Phillip and Eleanor’s child.

Scratch’s family

Michelle Yeoh as Eleanor Sung-Young, Nick’s tyrannical mother and Phillip’s significant other

Gemma Chan as Astrid Leong-Teo, Nick’s cousin, Charlie’s ex-life partner and Michael’s better half

Lisa Lu as Shang Su Yi, Nick’s grandma and the matron of the family

Nico Santos as Oliver T’sien, Nick’s second cousin

Ronny Chieng as Eddie Cheng, Nick’s cousin and Fiona’s better half

Victoria Loke as Fiona Tung-Cheng, Eddie’s better half from Hong Kong and Nick’s cousin-in-law

Remy Hii as Alistair Cheng, Eddie’s sibling and Nick and Astrid’s cousin from Hong Kong

Selena Tan as Alexandra ‘Alix’ Young, Su Yi’s most youthful youngster

Janice Koh as Felicity Young, Astrid’s mom and Su Yi’s oldest youngster

Rachel’s family and companions

Tan Kheng Hua as Kerry Chu, Rachel’s mom

Awkwafina as Goh Peik Lin, Rachel’s Singaporean school closest companion and Wye Mun’s daughter

Ken Jeong as Goh Wye Mun, Peik Lin’s well off dad

Koh Chieng Mun as Peik Lin’s mom, Neena

Scratch’s companions

Chris Pang as Colin Khoo, Nick’s youth closest companion and Araminta’s life partner

Sonoya Mizuno as Araminta Lee, Colin’s life partner

Jimmy O. Yang as Bernard Tai, Carol’s child and Nick and Colin’s previous schoolmate

Jing Lusi as Amanda “Mandy” Ling, New York socialite and Nick’s previous sweetheart

Different characters

Harry Shum Jr. as Charlie Wu, Astrid’s ex

Pierre Png as Michael Teo, Astrid’s better half

Fiona Xie as Kitty Pong, Alistair’s sweetheart and Hong Kong “cleanser musical drama” star

Amy Cheng as Jacqueline Ling, Mandy’s beneficiary mother

Kris Aquino as Princess Intan, a Malay princess

Carmen Soo as Francesca Shaw


Kevin Kwan distributed his comedic novel Crazy Rich Asians on June 11, 2013. In August 2014, maker Nina Jacobson procured rights to adjust the novel into a film. Jacobson and her accomplice Brad Simpson expected to create under their generation standard Color Force with Bryan Unkeless building up the venture. Their objective was to deliver the film adjustment outside the studio framework and to structure financing for advancement and generation from Asia and different regions outside the United States. In 2014, the US-based Asian film speculation bunch Ivanhoe Pictures cooperated with Jacobson to fund and create Crazy Rich Asians.

Chief Jon M. Chu entered arrangements with Color Force and Ivanhoe Pictures in May 2016 to coordinate the movie adaptation.He was contracted as chief in the wake of giving officials a visual introduction about his experience as an original Asian-American. Screenwriters Adele Lim and Peter Chiarelli composed the screenplay. In the next October, Warner Bros. Pictures procured the venture after what Variety called a “warmed” offering war. Netflix allegedly intensely looked for overall rights to the venture, offering “imaginative opportunity, a greenlighted set of three and gigantic, seven-figure-least paydays for every partner, forthright.” However, Chu and friends needed a wide showy discharge.

The film stars Constance Wu as the lead Rachel Chu, while newcomer Henry Golding was cast to play the male lead Nick Young. Michelle Yeoh likewise co-stars as Eleanor Young, Nick’s mother.Rounding out the supporting give is Gemma Chan a role as Nick’s cousin Astrid Leong and Sonoya Mizuno as Araminta Lee. Creation was slated to start in April 2017 in Singapore and Malaysia.On April 18, 2017, Filipina performing artist Kris Aquino was cast in an appearance part. On May 12, it was reported that Ken Jeong had joined the cast.

Chief photography started on April 24, 2017.The film was shot on area in Kuala Lumpur and Penang, Malaysia and in Singapore.


Insane Rich Asians was discharged in theaters on August 15, 2018, after already being expressed to be discharged on August 17. The film debuted on August 7, 2018 at the TCL Chinese Theater in Los Angeles.