November/December is gradually becoming the month for big releases in Nollywood and top filmmakers and production companies have lined up big movies up for release this Christmas.
If you have ever traveled by road for an interstate trip, you will love Soólè with its creative aesthetics, thematic and its storyline.Set for premiere in Lagos on November 21, 2021, Soólè will hit cinemas nationwide on November 26, 2021. Distributed by FilmOne entertainment, the film follows the story of a number of strangers who find themselves in a sticky situation after they discovered a huge sum of money on a bus while on a trip to the East.The movie features talented superstars such as Sola Sobowale, Adedimeji Lateef, Femi Jacobs, Adunni Ade, Shawn Faqua, Meg Otanwa, Kelechi Udegbe and a host of others.
2) Christmas in Miami
Top comedian and filmmaker, AY Makun has announced his latest comedy feature film titled 'Christmas In Miami'.The project features an American family, a Chinese family, a Brazilian family, a British family, an Indian family, and a Nigerian family.Starring some of Nollywood’s most popular icons like AY Makun (in the lead role), Richard Mofe-Damijo, and Osita Iheme. Christmas in Miami casts actors from Nigeria, India, America, Britain, China, and Brazil in an effort to promote unity in diversity.
Among one of the stars of the upcoming film is Manoj Chandra, a Bollywood actor who has teased what movie fans can expect from the production, calling it the biggest Nollywood film of the year.
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