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Lilwin begins new movie with Nollywood icons


Lilwin begins new movie with Nollywood icons

Exciting news is on the horizon as Kumawood actor and Wezzy Empire founder, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin, is preparing for his upcoming film project, “A Country Called Ghana.”

This ambitious venture will bring together notable names from Nollywood, including stars Ramsey Noah and Victor Osuagwu.

The film is expected to offer a one-of-a-kind cinematic experience, combining the vibrant energy of Kumawood with the stellar performances of Nollywood. Lilwin, known for his comedic talent and versatility on screen, is enthusiastic about showcasing Ghana’s cultural richness and diversity through this collaborative effort.

“A Country Called Ghana” aims to transcend borders and explore the Ghanaian narrative, delving into themes that resonate with audiences across Africa and beyond. The involvement of esteemed Nollywood actors like Ramsey Noah and Victor Osuagwu adds an extra layer of anticipation, hinting at a compelling storyline and remarkable on-screen chemistry.

As Lilwin leads this cross-cultural cinematic venture, fans are eager for more details about the film’s plot, production timeline, and the exciting synergy between Kumawood and Nollywood talents. This collaboration promises to elevate the cinematic landscape with its unique blend of talent and storytelling, so stay tuned for further updates on this exciting project.


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