Pulse List 5 times Adesua Etomi has been the best kisser on screen

It was in 2014 that every movie lover knew they had found a talented actress who would always deliver a well-interpreted love scene.

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Banky W and Adesua Etomi in "The Wedding Party" play

Banky W and Adesua Etomi in "The Wedding Party"

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What could be more magical than those well-made intense love scenes in movies?

In 2014, Adesua Etomi made her debut on screen in the short film "Brave." She went on to star in her first feature film "Knocking on Heaven's Door."

It was in 2014 that every movie lover knew they had found a talented actress who would always deliver a well-interpreted love scene.

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From the days of "Brave" to "The Wedding Party," Adesua Etomi has been delivering.

Check out five times actress was the best kisser on screen.

1. "Falling" - Muna

If you think kissing scenes in Nollywood films are all cringeworthy, then you obviously haven't watched the characters Imoh and Muna in "Falling.

In "Falling," a young  happily married couple suddenly find their ‘for better for worse’ vow put to the test when the husband suffers a terrible accident which leaves him in a coma for months.

Torn between holding on to faith and pulling the plug on her husband, the woman turns to the doctor for emotional and financial comfort; an action with consequences capable of shattering their lives and all they hold dear.

play Adesua Etomi and Kunle Remi in "Brave"

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2. "The Arbitration" - Dara

The chemistry between Gbenga and Dara was intense, many thanks to their believable and well-executed kissing scenes.

In "The Arbitration," Gbenga (O.C Ukeje) and his employee Dara (Adesua Etomi) have an affair. After the affair ended and Dara left the company, she sued Gbenga and accused him of rape. An arbitration panel was constituted to find out the truth.

An intelligent dialogue and cast, the chemistry between Ukeje and Adesua was also an interesting watch.

play Adesua Etomi and OC Ukeje in "The Arbitration"

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3. "The Brave" - Layo

One of the best Nigerian short films ever, "Brave" is  an  inspirational short film inspired by a true story, and is based on the lives of a  young couple, Nathan (Wole Ojo) and Layo (Adesua Etomi) who seem to have happiness, love and comfort.

Though married for two years, Layo is beginning to worry about her failure in getting pregnant. When eventually she does get pregnant, she hides the news from Nathan, preparing to break the good news on their anniversary dinner outing in two days.

Unfortunately, that night will mark the beginning of a nightmare both may not wake from, and suddenly, love is not enough.

Layo and Nathan's lovemaking session was everything. While it isn't anything close to most of her on-screen performances, Adesua as Layo was still as intense as they come.

play Adesua Etomi and Wole Ojo in "Brave"

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4. "The Wedding Party" - Dunni

Adesua Etomi as Dunni Coker inspired this article.

Watching Etomi alongside Banky W in the 2016 romantic comedy didn't feel like a movie. Their chemistry seemed natural and real.

And their kissing scenes was there as a reminder of how talented, professional and good Etomi is.

"The Wedding Party" is the story of Dunni Coker, a 24 year old art gallery owner and only daughter of her parents about to marry the love of her life, IT entrepreneur Dozie. The couple took a vow of chastity and is looking forward to a ground-breaking first night together as a married couple.

The date has been set and the bride’s parents, who have recently enjoyed a surge in their fortunes, are going all out to make this the wedding of the century. Dunni’s about to be mother-in-law, Obianuju, is having second thoughts about allowing her son marry into a family she considers as beneath them.

Between matchmaking attempts on the bridal train, a wedding planner on a mission to succeed, the unruly behaviour of some ‘village’ guests and the groom’s ex-girlfriends looking to make their mark, it is clear the Wedding Party will be the talk of the town.

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5. "Knocking on Heaven's Door" - Debbie

The chemistry between Sister Debbie and Brother Moses was great. The chemistry between Sister Debbie and Thomas? - forbidden and intense... But then, we are talking about Majid and Etomi; the best ever.

This was Etomi's first feature film. The actress introduced herself with "Knocking on Heaven's Door" as a talented actress who can give viewers a romantic movie worth their time and money.

play Adesua Etomi and Blossom Chukwujekwu in "Knocking on Heaven's Door"

 

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