Lara And The Beat revolves around 2 sisters- Lara Giwa (Sheyi Shay) and Dara Giwa (Somkele Iyamah) who are born into affluence but when they lose all they have because of tax issues, they are thrust into unfamiliar terrain where they must battle to survive through music and entrepreneurship.
The Eve follows the last days to the marriage celebration between Funsho (Adeolu Adefarasin) and Yewande (Beverly Naya) and the activities that occur in between; dress fittings, bachelorette parties/bridal showers and of course, the dreaded bachelor’s eve.
The Royal Hibiscus Hotel starrs Zainab Balogun as Ope Adeniyi, A London Chef who, disillusioned by her failure to fulfil her ambitions, returns to Nigeria to lift the fortunes of her family business – The Royal Hibiscus Hotel. Unknown to her, her father (Jide Kosoko) is concluding plans to sell the hotel to multimillionaire heartthrob Deji (Kenneth Okolie) and his obnoxious partner Martin (Deyemi Okanlawon). She also has to contend with the matchmaking efforts of her mother (Rachel Oniga) and reject the advances of an old flame (O. C. Ukeje).
The Bridge is about 2 love birds- a Yoruba prince and heir apparent (Demola Adedoyin) and an Igbo lady (Chidinma Ekile) from a distinguished Igbo family whose love is threatened by tribal sentiments but against the wishes of both parents, the couple secretly get married and all hell breaks loose with dire consequences.
The Wedding Party 2: Destination Dubai brings us up to date with the newly-married couple who are now expecting a baby. Is reformed bachelor Dozie ready for this? Felix and Obianuju are still working on their relationship – but has he given up ‘Small Chops’ for good? Everyone’s favourite character, ‘Tin-Tin’, is up to her usual hilarious antics, while being indulged by her beloved ‘Bam-Bam’. Will crazy best man Sola succeed in getting close to the feisty Yemisi and does Nonso go all the way with Deardre, after that surprise kiss at the end of the last movie. And, of course, there is another wedding. Who will it be this time and why are they all in Dubai?
My Wife And I tells a story of Toyosi (Ramsey Nouah) and Ebere (Omoni Oboli) a seemingly happy couple but going through a turbulent marriage. When they seek the help of a suspicious marriage councillor cum pastor (Seyi Law) who prays for them, they somehow wake up in each other’s bodies and are forced to pretend to be each other with hilarious consequences.
Hakkunde (pronounced Akande) follows the travails of Akande (Kunle Idowu aka Frank Donga) an unemployed graduate of Animal Science who after a 4-year unsuccessful job search in Lagos relocates to the north (Kaduna) in the hope of making it. Things don’t turn out as he expected, setting him on an unusual path of self-discovery and love.
Banana Island Ghost is about Patrick Diabuah (aka The Ghost) who has been given three days by “God” to find his soul mate before leaving for heaven and he is matched with Ijeoma (Chigurl) who is preoccupied with saving her Banana Island residence from bankers who want to foreclose the property. Hilarity ensues.
The Inlaws is about Tobi Balogun, (Chris Attoh) a 35-year-old, naturalist doctor, and son to Rtd. Police Sergeant, Abu Balogun, (Dele Odule). Tobi is in love with, and is ready to marry Nancy Okezie, (Toyin Abraham) 30, daughter of Donald Okezie, (Charles Inojie) an old-school Lawyer.
10 Days In Sun City is another installment in the Akpos series that stars AY Makun reprising his role as the rambunctious Akpos who is the manager/ lover of Bianca (Adesuwa) to Sun City, South Africa for a photo shoot. However, Otunba Williams (RMD) a wealthy businessman also has eyes for the beautiful Bianca and this sets him against Akpos