Beggars Children is a movie produced by Benedict Johnson and directed by Tchidi Chikere. It's a star-studded movie that features top Nollywood stars like Tonto Dikeh, Angela Okorie, Ninalowo Bolanle, Ini Edo, Monalisa Chinde, Omotola Jalade, Saidi Balogun, Doris Ogala, and Dilys George. These celebrities are giving their best performance on set.
The movie explains situations that evolve around beggars and their children. And ways it can be addressed to better their lives. Tonto Dikeh, Angela Okorie, and Doris Ogala are playing lead roles as Beggars. And set photos have been shared on their Instagram handles.
These photos sparked reactions online as fans and celebrities in the Nollywood Industry anticipate watching the movie. Top celebrities like Nkechi Blessing, Brodashaggi, Isaac Fred, Ibiwari Etuk, and Angela Eguavoen sent love emojis.
The movie will hit the cinemas very soon. So watch out for it.
Check out fans' reactions below.
Tontolet Fanpage said, "Mama King this is loud. I support you 100 percent".
Christiana said, " Can't wait to watch you again because it's been a long time since you acted".
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