Thursday, 12 October 2017

Nigeria's screen Diva, Genevieve Nnaji is featuring in a Hollywood movie.

Nigeria's screen diva, Genevieve Nnaji is featuring in a movie, "Cultivating" close by Hollywood on-screen characters Kate Beckinsale, Damon Idris, and Gugu Mmbatha-Raw. 

The film which is being shot in the U.K. furthermore, Nigeria began creation in August and is being coordinated by Nigerian-British author and executive, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje. 

The film depends on Adewale's self-portraying story, "Cultivating." Genevieve, who shared couple of pictures of herself on set on her Instagram is famous for great movies including, "Ije" and "Keeping Faith". 

The Nollywood veteran as of late made her directorial make a big appearance with her up and coming movie, "Lion Heart". The script was produced at the Sundance Film Institute and accounts his own particular story about growing up, encouraged by a white common laborers family in the U.K. 

In the film, the lead character is sent to the U.K. by his parents with expectations of accomplishing a superior life. Rather, he turns into the dreaded pioneer of a white skinhead pack in 1980s England. At the point when all appears to be lost and he spirals into implosion, a big-hearted instructor (played by Mbatha-Raw) offers him one final possibility of recovery. 

Genevieve won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2005, making her the main on-screen character to win the honor. 

She has featured in more than 80 movies and is thought to be outstanding amongst other paid performing artists in Nollywood. 

Because of her commitments to the Nigeria movie industry, she turned into the principal performing artist to be granted Best Actress at the 2001 City Peoples Awards, the honor function that already had just perceived government officials and business aggregates. 

She is likewise the principal performing artist to be granted as Best Actress by the Census Board of Nigeria in 2003. 

In 2009, she was alluded to as the Julia Roberts of Africa by Oprah Winfrey. 

In 2004, Nnaji marked a chronicle contract with EKB Records, a Ghanaian record name, and discharged her introduction collection `One Logologo line', a blend of R&B and Urban music. 

In November 2015, Nnaji created her first movie called "Street to Yesterday'' which won Best Movie Overall-West Africa at the 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.


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