Popular for "Battle of Musanga" and "Conspiracy," the late Obi Madubogwu made his last outing as a filmmaker with "The Grave Dust."
Obi Madubogwu passed away on Monday, August 28, 2017, after a long battle with diabetes.
An actor, writer and producer, the filmmaker had a career that spanned over two decades.
Obi Madubogwu’s last known work was the 2015 movie, ‘The Grave Dust,’ which premiered on May 29, 2015.
A supernatural thriller, the movie featured A-list actors like Joke Silver, Ramsey Nouah, Emeka Okoro, Joseph Benjamin and Amaka Chukwujekwu.
Directed by Ikechukwu Onyeka, written by Ugezu Ugezu and Saint Joseph, "The Grave Dust" was produced by the late actor.
The suspense-filled psycho-thriller told the story of a successful stockbroker, who suddenly hits the reverse gear on the lane of success due to reasons he could not comprehend and how he was left in his own world in his palatial mansion that is filled with tormenting elements.
Speaking on the movie, Madubogwu had said;
Madbubogwu was popular for his role in "Conspiracy," Battle of