Famous Hausa actress, Rahama Sadau is one of the actresses from Kannywood who is making waves in the entertainment industry. The Kaduna-born actress' career takes a new dimension in 2021 as she debuted her first Bollywood movie which gained her more national and international fans.
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Definitely, Rahama gained most of her fame from Kannywood where she began showing off her acting talents from younger age. However, in November 2020, the northern filmmakers under the aegis of Motion Picture Practitioners Association of Nigeria (MOPPAN) suspended Kannywood actress, Rahama Sadau over a raunchy picture she posted on social media.
The body said Rahama's post led to blasphemous comments against the Holy Prophet of Islam and such act can never be tolerated from a Muslim entertainer.
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Since in the 2020 the actress got banned from the Hausa entertainment industry, neither Kannywood nor Nollywood has featured her in any of it's movie. But in 2021, Rahama Sadau took a new step in her career by debuting her Indian movie titled "Khuda Haafiz".She was featured alongside Bollywood martial art actor, Vidyut Jammwal, actress Rukhsar Rehman and others.
Photo credit: Facebook/rahamasadau
The Kaduna-born filmmaker has since then get more connections with some famous Indian actors and she seems to be ready to shows off more of her acting talents in Bollywood's films.
What is your thought about this talented Hausa filmmaker whose acting talents is not confine within the range of Nigerian entertainment industry alone?
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