AMVCA Best Supporting Actress 2022, Omowunmi Dada has spoken about her experience on the arrangement of the profoundly anticipated film, Elesin Oba, a Netflix and EbonyLife organization.
In a new meeting, the screen goddess said that acting in the film permitted her to encounter the smartest possible situation, having acted in a few of its stage creations from one side of the country to the other.
Depicting it as a thrilling task, the entertainer said that it is to be sure a distinction to depict the Bride in the very first screen adaption of the play.
“The Bride is an image of sexiness, fervor, and desire, particularly for the Horseman who however limited by custom to leave earth for the place that is known for his predecessors, is occupied by his sexy longings and subsequently, welcomes destruction on his kin. The film is consistent with its foundations and a must-look for all,” she said.
She further depicted her experience on set as strange, saying that it was whenever she first would be acting close by Odunlade Adekola.
“Seeing such countless veterans and acclaimed follows up on a similar set was dreamlike for me. It was an extremely astounding encounter. My personality didn’t have lines in the film which made it really testing. I’m happy I had the option to have the presence to summon the feelings expected of the lady,” she added.
Elesin Oba’ is a transformation of Nigeria’s Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka’s acclaimed stage play, ‘Passing and the King’s Horseman’.
Coordinated by ‘Half of a Yellow Sun and ‘Fifty’ maestro, Biyi Bandele, the screenplay will be the very first Yoruba Language film to debut at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Special Presentation class this September, prior to being mainstreamed as a first in quite a while kind on Netflix.
The film is an arresting exemplary in view of real occasions in Nigeria’s pilgrim period when the horseman (Eleshin Oba) of a Yoruba King in the Oyo Kingdom was kept from committing custom self destruction by the provincial specialists.
Omowunmi stars close by a class of A-rundown entertainers. They incorporate Odunlade Adekola, Shaffy Bello, Jide Kosoko, Deyemi Okolanwon, Brymo Olawale, Mark Elderkin, Jenny Stead, Langley Kirkwood, and others.
Omowunmi Dada is likewise a voice-over craftsman, moderator, and model most popular for her job as Folake in the M-Net TV series Jemeji. She has highlighted in a few motion pictures and TV Productions, for example, ‘Oloture’, ‘Ayinla’, ‘Jewels overhead, ‘MTV SHUGA NAIJA’ (Season 4), ‘Game On, and ‘Room Points’.