The Nigerian film industry is no doubt a thriving one and it is gradually getting recognized on the international level for contributions from actors like Genevieve Nnaji, Richard Mofe-Damijo, etc. Read more on Legit.ng.
To become an actor is not easy as there are several one-hit wonders who had a short stay in the industry and were not able to keep up with the fame. Despite that, others have been able to successfully maintain relevance.
There was a time in Nollywood when actress, Maureen Solomon, graced the TV screens to the joy of her fans. However she seems to have given up on her talent as she is no longer appears in movies. Read more on Legit.ng.
Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke, recently took to social media via his Instagram page to share photos and videos of his new look after he went bald. It is more common to hear reports of actresses shaving off the hair on their heads.
Nollywood movie director, Charles Novia, has taken to social media to criticize the use of Instagram celebs and their likes in movies. According to him, most of them are poor actors and are only used to make money.
Tunji Tunji Sotiminrin revealed to journalists the reason why he didn’t extend invitations to young artistes. Apart from comedian Kofi, who was a co-host of the event, it was reported that young artistes were absent at the event.