Actor says his role in 'Paint My Life' remains the most challenging

Speaking in a recent interview, Daniel pointed out that a Tchidi Chikere directed movie, Paint My Life gave him the most challenging role to play.

Nollywood actor, Daniel K Daniel has revealed movie that has challenged his artistic efforts while on location set.

Speaking in a recent interview, Daniel pointed out that a Tchidi Chikere directed movie, gave him the most challenging role to play.

Though he didn't go into details of what he had to do in the movie, Daniel maintained that the movie stood him out with his ability to interpret his role to the admiration of the director and fans.

In his words, Daniel said to Vanguard, 'That’s a tough question because all my movies have been sort of a stepping stone to where I am today. Though there are some that would stand out like the movie ‘Paint my life’. I’ve always played major roles in movies, I’m lucky and blessed in that regard. But ‘Paint my life’ directed by Tchidi Chikere was my first really challenging role. Also the movie, ‘The Child’ by Izu Ojukwu and ‘Ladies’ Men’ was pretty challenging. ‘Ladies Men’ was the first movie I got reviewed for. Those movies pushed me up.'

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