From the guys that brought one of my favorite Nollywood films, Banana Island Ghost (BIG) comes God Calling- a faith based film that stars Zainab Balogun as Sade who loses her only daughter leading her to question God’s existence and setting her on a downward spiral into drugs and suicide. However, when God literally calls her, she is set on a journey of self-discovery which impacts the life of everyone around her.
Chief Daddy tells the story of billionaire industrialist Chief Beecroft (Taiwo Obileye), a flamboyant benefactor to a large extended family of relatives, household staff and assorted mistresses. Chief lives large, like there’s no tomorrow, until the day he dies suddenly and the ‘bullion van’ stops. What’s in his will and who gets all that money? What happens next will surprise you, as Chief Daddy has the last laugh from beyond the grave.
Sylvia is a supernatural thriller about Richard Okezie (Chris Attoh) who decides to leave Sylvia (Zainab Balogun) his lifelong imaginary friend and lover for Gbemi (Ini Dima-Okojie) a flesh-and-blood real woman, but complications arise when Sylvia decides to destroy Richard’s peaceful life
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).