Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
The rightful heir to a powerful Malaysian business empire seeks revenge against the jealous brother who framed him for murder. Malaysian billionaire Jaggoi Sibuyan always favored his adopted son Prince Amara over his biological son Putra Sibuyan. When Jaggoi dies and names Prince as his successor, bitter Putra sets his brother up to take the fall for a murder he didn't commit. As a result, Prince is banished from Malaysia. Later, in France, Prince makes the acquaintance of Ben Carlton, a ruthless gangster with big ambitions. Years back, Ben had gotten turned down by Prince's father after proposing a partnership. Now Putra has rejected Ben as well, making Prince his last hope for getting a cut of the action. Before long Ben and Prince have cut a deal: Ben will smuggle Prince back into Malaysia in exchange for a legitimate partnership. With the help of tough bodyguard Iskandar Yaakob, Prince returns to his home country and gathers crucial information about the frame-up, and his brother's current business dealings. Now that his revenge plot has been set into motion, the only thing left to do is ruin his brother's reputation, and take over the heavily-fortified family mansion with the help of Ben and Iskandar. In the end only one brother will be left standing, and he will hold the entire city in the palm of his hand.
bodyguard, brother, frame-up, gangster, partner, revenge