How much of a Genevieve Nnaji fan were or are you? Check out five movies every die-hard, straight from the womb, old or even previous fan of the actress should know.
If you were once or still a huge fan of the talented Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji, then there are some movies you should totally remember whenever and wherever they are mentioned.
Check out five movies that prove you are truly or was once a fan;
Call it one of her best epic performances, the movie starred the actress as a goddess of the rain, alongside talented actors like Eucharia Anunobi, Patience Ozokwor, Larry Koldsweat, Olu Jacobs, Gentle Jack, Sam Loco-Efe and Sam Dede.
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2. Power of Love
It’s almost impossible to think of a Genevieve Nnaji movie without remembering the classic love story, “Power of Love” which starred the actress alongside talented Nollywood actors, Ramsey Nouah, Steph Nora Okereke among others.
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3. Keeping Faith
Every fan of the talented actress should remember the actress as Nadine in the classic and unforgettable movie “Keeping Faith,” which starred the actress alongside Richard Mofe Damijo, Joke Silva, Fred Amata, Bimbo Akintola, Funlola Aofiyebi, among others.
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One of those emotional movies that made movie watchers shed a tear. It’s quite difficult not to remember the actress in the tear jerker movie which starred her alongside Steph Nora Okereke, Charles Okafor among others.
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5. Blood Sister
If you claim to be a die-hard, straight from the womb, old or even previous fan of the actress, then the movie “Blood Sister,” is one that you are not allowed to forget.
The movie starred the actress as the wicked sister to Omotola Jalade Ekeinde. The movie also starred Patience Ozokwor, Tony Umez, Oge Okoye among others.
What’s your favourite old Nollywood movie featuring Genevieve Nnaji?
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