Which of Rita Dominic's movies had you falling in love with her talent. Check out our top 5 movies of Rita Dominic.
Rita Dominic is undoubtedly one of the most popular movie stars in Africa.
The multi award winning actress kicked off her movie career in the year 1998 with the movie 'A Time to Kill'.
She has grown over the years, from an actress to an award winning and recognised producer.
Pulse.ng presents you with our choices for Rita Dominic's Best movies. Without doubt, you have different views, so, which of Rita Dominic's movie is your best?
'The Meeting' presented Rita in a character as never before. Rita played the character Clara Ikemba; a powerful secretary to a minister.
None of her movies better exemplifies her talents and strengths as an actress better than 'The Meeting'.
The movie hasn't failed to bring in awards and nominations.
‘The Meeting‘ won the ‘People’s Choice‘ Award at the just concluded Nollywood Week in Paris, France. It also got Rita the ' Best Lead Actress' award in the 2013 Nigeria Entertainment Awards amongst other awards.
Aside her outstanding performance in the movie, 'Finding Mercy' won her the BON Awards 'Best supporting actress' award.
It also got her a nomination in the 'Best Kiss in a movie' category.
Talk about another movie which presented Rita Dominic as a deep and talented actress, talk about 'Shattered'.
Her gripping performance as Keziah Njema in the Kenyan movie was well interpreted.
'Shattered' won her the 'Best actress' award at the 2011 AMMA awards.
The movie also won her the 2012 best actress award at the Kalasha Film and Television Awards in Kenya.
The movie received 12 nominations at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2008, winning 4 awards. The 2007 multi award winning movie also had Rita Dominic at her best.
We can't leave out her old movies which presented the actress as a growing talent to watch out for.
Unforgettable is a 2003 romantic movie which also starred Jim Iyke came with lots of emotions. It was a huge market success at time of release.
Rita Dominic also presented an outstanding performance in her character as a leukaemia patient.