How much of an Odunlade Adekola fan are you? From “Adajo Agba” to “Okiti Ogan,” Check out five latest Yoruba movies featuring the actor.
Though he is more focused on indigenous movies, his career has been filled with exceptionally time worthy and entertaining movies.
To celebrate his career, we have come up with his five best performances in Yoruba movies.
Check out latest Yoruba movies by Odunlade Adekola below;
Check them out below;
1. "Adajo Agba"
The 2015 movie stars the actor alongside Faithia Balogun, Adebayo Salami, Mercy Aigbe, among other talented actors.
"Adajo Agba" tells the story of C.J, who was ambushed and shot at his home by an assassin. He survived, but in order for him to recover properly, a surgery must be carried out on him by his trusted personal doctor, Doctor Busayo, whose life and family is being threatened by the same assassin.
The 2016 movies stars Adekola alongside Fausat Balogun, Segun Ogungbe, and Laide Bakare. The movie tells the story of Chief Beyioku, who affects almost everyone in his community positively.
He is offered a political post which he turns down. The movie revolves around his wealth and generosity.
ALSO READ: 5 YORUBA MOVIES FEATURING TOYIN AIMAKHU
The movie features the actor as Shola, a professional photographer in reality, and a lead cultural vocalist in the underworld. His ritualistic activities in the underworld affects his real life functioning, which makes him the saddest and most depressed man on earth. He considers suicide as the best option.
The movie stars the actor alongside Mercy Ebosele, Antar Laniyan, Lola Alao, Ebun Oloyede among others.
ALSO READ: 5 MOVIES FEATURING MIDE FUNMI MARTINS
The movie stars Odunlade Adekola alongside Faithia Balogun, Olaniyi Afonja, Iyabo Ojo, Adekola Tijani, Yinka Quadri, among others.
A comedy movie, "Eleran" tells the story of a meat seller, his family, and his stingy but wasteful ways of life.
ALSO READ: TOP 12 MALE NOLLYWOOD ACTORS OF 2015
Also starring Mide Abiodun, Kola Ajeyemi and Kemi Afolabi, the movie stars the actor as Subomi, a promiscuous young man, who lives everyday like there's no tomorrow.
Watch “Osomo” below.