Fuji Star Malaika, Omo Banke Star In Omo Shomolu Nollywood Yoruba Movie

omo shomolu yoruba movie

December 1st, 2015 – Fuji Star Malaika, Omo Banke Star In Omo Shomolu Nollywood Yoruba Movie

Popular Fuji musician Malaika is currently on the set of a new flick titled Omo Shomolu.

The movie written by Taye Lege is being shot at different locations in Shomolu area of Lagos.

It stars Akin Olaiya, Soji Omobanke, Afeez Eniola and many others.

The movie shoot started yesterday at Folami Street.

The crew members are currently on Abiodun Street in Shomolu.

omo somolu yoruba movie

6 thoughts on “Fuji Star Malaika, Omo Banke Star In Omo Shomolu Nollywood Yoruba Movie

  1. It is a pity that Lagos touts have hijacked the Yoruba movie industry. The touts from NURTW hijacked the once vibrant and professional industry from the professionals. Today you see Omo Mushin, Omo Oshodi, and tomorrow you will see Omo Shomolu. What a pity! The girls in the industry are now professional whore, parading their wares in the name of making movies. Anyways, Yoruba movie industry will be dead in the next few years if it is not salvaged from these miscreants. We need movies that teaches morals not the one that glorifies touting and prostituting.

    • @Keke…true talk! The standard of most of the productions have indeed dwindled to a deplorable level. Having said that-I have to still give kudos to the likes of Okiki-Afolayan and his brother ;Kunle Afolayan,these two guys are really making Yoruba movies admirable.

  2. KEKELAWS, I thought I am the only one that has this thought, It is a pity that integrity seems not important anymore like you said, thuggery, robbery prostitution and all other social vices is what our Yoruba movie industry is exalting.

  3. stop harassing people calling them names because all fingers are not equal. some of them are actually educated but had no job thereby becoming those area boys or guys u call them while some dnt have d opportunity to either get education or learn trades.we should learn to appreciate people after all we are all equal b4 d almighty God so they can work anywhere as far as God can make d space available for them. thank u n i love u all

    • @Concern, you are getting the import of my comment wrong. Whatever harassment you’re referring to, I have no clue. This is not about being educated or not, it is about leaving the movie industry for those who are well trained in the trade. Hardly you will see a Yoruba movie these days that will not glorify one NURTW member or the other, is that what the Yoruba culture all about? Whatever happened to showcasing the richness of our culture to the world over? Or maybe thuggery is now embedded and enriched in our culture. These guys are not promoting any of our culture, instead they are disseminating it. Every movie you watch these days is either showing “omootaism (thuggery)” or ladies wearing skimpy skirts jumping here and there with their over bleached body. Is that how the Iya Aweros, the Peju Ogunmolas, and recently, the Funke Akindeles started their career in the industry?

  4. Dats just it, d movie industry is nw filled with touts and prostitutes.we av only few good ones like kunle afolayan..den okiki afolayan too, i wonder why dey dont screeen the movies before sending it out, doin nonsense in d name of money

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *