Patapaa lauds Lilwin’s efforts to revive Kumawood
Ghanaian Musician Patapaa has lauded the efforts of Kwadwo Nkansah known in movie industry as Lilwin to bring back Kumawood to its feet with his new movie ” Agya Bofo)”.
Speaking in an interview monitored by African Editors on Tuesday 27 July 2021, the Skopatomana Vocalist pledged to help revive Kumawood movie with stunning performance and lauded the giant step taken by Lilwin to invest so much into the industry with the aim of catching the attention of Ghanaians.
“We are supporting the revival of the Kumawood industry, and I like the big step being taken by Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin to achieve the target of making the movie industry vibrant again”.
In view of this, Patapaa revealed the joy that comes with been on set and the applause he received from crew members “I have learned so many things about acting, having been on set for some weeks now. I consider myself an entertainer and a good actor as well, so being on set seems normal, and other crew members do laud my performances. I can play any role because I consider it my field,” he said.
Also, the movie which is yet to be premiered would feature Okyeame Kwame,YPee, Akrobeto, D Cryme, John Paintsil, Dada KD,Mr. Beautiful and many more.
Meanwhile, Kumawood industry in recent past has fallen flat and struggling to receive attention on our screens.
Source: africaneditors.com/ Agyekum Boateng
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