Nollywood is a substitute for Nigeria movies industry. Over the years movies are acted to give lessons and feedback to the audience however, the Nollywood is not excepted as it had played meaningful impacts in the society. Top five Nollywood movies include;
1 Omo Ghetto:
This Funke Akindele’s movie released on December 25, grossed N187m+ at the Nigerian cinemas in less than a week. The movie is also set to become the first Nigerian movie to be released in UAE, Dubai cinemas.
2 Nneka Pretty Serpent:
Directed by Tosin Igho, this movie was a remake of Zeb Ejiro’s 1994 thriller, ‘Nneka the Pretty Serpent’
The film stars Idia Aisien in the lead role alongside Ndidi Obi, Kenneth Okolie, Beverly Osu, Bovi, Beverly Naya, Waje, Chioma Akpotha, Larry Gaaga, Shaffy Bello, Bimbo Ademoye, Sani Muazu, Zack Orji, Femi Branch, Keppy Ekpenyong, and others.
3 Quam’s Money:
‘Quam’s Money’ was one of the hottest Nigerian action-comedy films of 2020. Written by Chinaza Onuzo, and directed by Kayode Kasum, the film starred Falz, Toni Tones, Jemima Osunde, Blossom Chukwujekwu, and Nse Ikpe-Etim in the lead roles.
4 Fate of Alakada:
Next on the list is Toyin Abraham’s ‘Fate of Alakada’ released on Independence Day. The film, which was earlier scheduled for an April release but was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, grossed over N28 million within four days. The film had the highest-grossing figures for the post-lockdown period. Incase you missed, it might interest you to read Jaylon Ferguson Cause of Death: Biography, Family Picture, As Jaylon Dies At 26
5 Rattle Snake:
Released November 13, this remake of Amaka Igwe’s 1995 hit movie, ‘RattleSnake’ had an impressive run at the cinemas.
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