Unveiled: The new glamour queens of Yoruba movies 1
These new crop of Yoruba actresses are making the sector not just colourful, but admirable. Gone are the days when the likes of Iyabo Ojo, Doris Simeon, Funke Akindele were the only damsels who added their ultra-cosmopolitan style to the Yoruba movie terrain.
Since their foray into the movie industry, they have been able to add class , making the Yoruba movies appealing. This may be as a result of their education, exposure and adaptation to trends.
TheNewsGuru takes a lot at the new glamour queens of Yoruba movies.
Jumoke is perhaps the most awarded young actress of her generation.From winning the African Magic Viewers Choice Awards twice, to producing movies that have pushed her career to another level, she has shown that her decision to pursue a career in acting is not a fluke. The versatile role interpreter noted that her passion for acting surfaced while watching actors across the screen as a child.
Odetola has starred in movies like ‘Higi Haga’. ‘Depth’, ‘Serekode’, among others.
Nkechi Blessing Sunday
When you think of the curvy Nkechi Blessing Sunday, several thoughts comes to mind. Asides being known for controversies, her sense of style, girl next-door persona and talent isn’t in doubt.
Nkechi gained prominence through the movie ‘Omoge Lekki’ and has since become one of the most talked about actresses in that sector. She has since featured in movies like ‘Fiditi’, ‘Unsane’ and others.
Adebimpe Oyebade is a talented actress, model and filmmaker who has made her mark not just in the modelling industry but also in Nollywood.
The beautiful role interpreter who has had such a relative fast rise in the industry, made her first movie appearance in 2016. Bimpe got her ovation in the movie ‘Adebimpe Omooba’ and since has become one of the sought after role interpreters of her generation.
Fondly called Star Girl by her fans, Tope Solaja is the petite light skinned and outspoken actress who has shared her talent in several Yoruba movies.
Solaja who has starred in movies like ‘Asiko mi’, ‘Supremacy’and others is also known for her admirable sense of style.
The Mass communication graduate of Tai Solarin University joined Nollywood in 2007.In an interview, the bubbly damsel revealed that her parents were initially against her passion for acting.
When you meet Victoria Kolawole, you would think she is a model who struts run-ways.
The beautiful role interpreter is a graduate of Political Science from the University of Benin.The role interpreter who hails from Ondo State has featured in movies like ‘Omo Gaga’ ‘Omo Eleniyan’ and others. One of the core strengths of Kolawole is her ability to interpret different roles convincingly