- Actress Dolly Unachukwu has revealed that many Nigerian actors are depressed
- The actress noted that many of the average Nigerian actors are under pressure to live the good life
- Unachukwu added that there is no love among them and things are getting worse in the movie industry
Nollywood actress and filmmaker Dolly Unachukwu has taken to social media to share her thoughts on the decay in the Nollywood movie industry. The actress shared her opinion in a lengthy Instagram post.
The actress explained that she has seen it all in the movie industry and fans would not want to know how many of the upcoming and established actors are depressed.
According to her, many of them are under pressure to live the good life and meet up with the expected standards. Unachukwu stated that this has made it hard for actors to feel real love for one another.
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She explained that all they have is pretense and manipulation for selfish glory. The actress said the culture now is individualistic.
Unachukwu added that things are getting worse. She advised actors who have had a good friendship with someone to keep it and hold it tight.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that popular Nigerian actress Tonto Dikeh had advised her fans to be contented. The mother of one said that celebrity life is not always rosy and she noted that she also lives a fake life because she was still owing her personal shopper. Dikeh said ordered two bags that cost N4.5 million.
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