Two Brides And A Baby

Just the other day I tweeted “Where did Blessing Effiom go?” I liked her in Before and After the Vow and thought it was weird the way she just disappeared from the Nollywood scene, and then lo and behold I come across this trailer on YouTube showing behind the scenes footage of an upcoming Nollywood movie written and produced by, yes you guessed it Blessing Effiom. So now we know where she is. Good on her.

This movie is directed by the legendary Teco Benson. Starring in the movie is Kalu Ikeagwu, OC Ujeke of White Waters fame (yaay), Chelsea Eze from Silent Scandal, Stella Damasus Aboderin (We have missed you oo), some others I haven’t seen before Keira Hewatch, Okey Uzoechi (Fine boy no pimples) and  Kehinde Bankole. The film is scheduled to be released both in The United States and Nigeria in the third quarter of this year.

I am excited about this movie because I love the cast list. I am particularly looking forward to seeing Stella Damasus and OC Ukeje. It has been a while since I saw either of them. I hope this movie lives up to my expectations.

The synopsis for the movie is as follows:

For Kole (O.C Ukeje) and Keche (Keira Hewatch), this was a chance to showcase what they thought was a perfect union. They planned for a beautiful wedding and hoped for a happy life there after until the unexpected happens. Now they must together fight for what they believe in or forever lose their dream of a happy life together.

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  1. daintyt says:

    I too like Blessing Effiom,I can't wait to watch this movie

  2. Sunshine says:

    OMG!!! My favourite Nigerian actress – Stella Damasus and Kalu…wonderful actor. This is what I like, good actors not pretty boys and girls with marginal talent aka Tonto (who actually has talent when she tries) and that horrible Ghanian boy who never saw a movie he could act in… Too bad Dakore will not act anymore, she was always so classy and would have been good in this film.

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