"I can never play the role of a sex maniac in a film"

Beverly Naya is one brilliant Nollywood actress but she too can say "no" to certain movie roles.

 

Beverly Naya is one brilliant Nollywood actress but she too can say "no" to certain movie roles.

The actress admits that she loves acting and taking challenging roles in a film is what sets her apart. However she also confesses that being a sex maniac isn’t one of those roles she would take on.

"A woman that just has sex all the time in a film and literally does nothing else… that's a role I will certainly turn down," Naya opens up to Pulse TV at the AFRIFF Gala night on November 14.

"There's nothing challenging about that," the actress went on to say.

The 'Before 30' star , who went for an all-black look for the night, also shared her thought on the importance of social media to film making in Nigeria (or Africa).

"Social media plays a huge role to movie making. It's vital for publicity and also for the exposure of not only the film but also the cast, actors, actresses and even producers," she said.

"I understand some people use social media platforms for not too good reasons but if it's used for the purpose of education, publicity and sharing information, then it works perfectly." she added.

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