- Handsome Kannywood actor, Ali Nuhu, has spoken on why he stopped doing some things in movies
- The Sitanda actor in an interview with BBC revealed that he had stopped kissing or hugging in movies
- According to Nuhu, he is a Muslim who also comes from the North and his culture and religion does not allow it
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Acting is an art and a form of expression that people use to tell their own stories. It involves putting on a convincing act to pass a message along.
Sometimes, to make the acting convincing, the actors have to perform acts that they might not be so comfortable with.
Just recently, handsome Kannywood actor, Ali Nuhu, spoke on his acting career and why he stopped kissing and hugging in movies.
In an interview with BBC, Ali Nuhu said that his culture and religion does not permit him to do such in movies so he stopped acting such scenes.
In his words: “I come from the North, and I’m a Muslim. My culture and religion does not allow for that, so I stopped acting in scenes like that.”
He also said: “People talk about it all over but I personally think it out as an ambassador of my culture and religion and stopped”.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian politician, Senator Dino Melaye, took to social media to share a short video from a movie he featured in.
In the video, the senator could be seen fainting and being rushed to the hospital. In the short clip, it also looked like Melaye’s character was faced with great distress in the film.
The Nigerian entertainment industry has proven to be quite welcoming to new stars, especially when the person is someone who already has a social media presence.
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