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Friday 19th of August 2022

Nairobi, Kenya

The Nafsi Film: Red Carpet Premiere At Anga Diamond Plaza

Nafsi, the much-anticipated romantic drama premiered on Saturday at the Anga Diamond Plaza and everyone came out in style to celebrate the film’s official release which sold out three theatres.
In attendance was the cast of Nafsi, Mumbi Maina, Catherine Kamau, Alfred Munyua, Alex Khayo, Alex Mwakideu, Monique Angelyn Bett, Silayio, and the director Reuben Odanga who brought out their best looks on the red carpet and were joined by other stars, filmmakers and fans.

In Nafsi, Aisha (Mumbi Maina) is unable to conceive after a traumatic childhood experience. Her best friend Shiko (Catherine Kamau) offers to be her surrogate to help save her marriage, a decision that leads to a series of events that threaten their close bond and those around them.

Alfred Munyua who plays Aisha’s husband Sebastian carries some dark secrets that shakes Aisha’s world to the core.
The film also stars Raymond Ofula, BET’s top actor Africa runner-up Alex Khayo and first-timers: radio presenter Alex Mwakideu, radio presenter and singer Monique Bett, and singer and former Kora Awards winner Silayio in supporting roles.

Nafsi is still showing at Anga Diamond Plaza on the following dates:

1. Monday – Thursday – 3:00 pm, 6:50 pm at Diamond Plaza
2. Monday – 8:00 pm, Tuesday and Thursday – 11:30 am, Wednesday – 5:00 pm at Prestige Cinema
Nafsi will premiere in Mombasa from 19 November at Nyali Cinemax.

Nafsi is Reuben Odanga’s directorial debut feature, a major shift from the Swahili telenovelas he is popularly known for such as Nira, Nuru, Saida, and Selina.

Odanga also wrote the film, which is a production of his company, Multan Production company.

Content courtesy of Multan Production Company & Nairobi Fashion Hub 

Watu Wote All Of Us Film 

Watu Wote / All of us. For almost a decade Kenya has been targeted by terrorist attacks from Al-Qaeda and the Al-Shabaab. An atmosphere of anxiety and mistrust between Muslims and Christians is growing. Until in December 2015, muslim bus passengers showed that solidarity can prevail.

The 2015 Mandera bus attack that was immortalized in a film Watu Wote: All of us the film  won an Oscar Award for Short film .

Watu Wote / All of us. For almost a decade Kenya has been targeted by terrorist attacks from Al-Qaeda and the Al-Shabaab. An atmosphere of anxiety and mistrust between Muslims and Christians is growing. Until in December 2015, muslim bus passengers showed that solidarity can prevail. The 2015 Mandera bus attack that was immortalized in a film Watu Wote: All of us the film  won an Oscar Award for Short film . [taq_review] Watu Wote was produced in 2016 as the graduation film for the Hamburg Media School master class program,This film won Oscar Award for Student category Katja Benrath from the media school who won the narrative category for the short film stated that it was a tribute to the 28 people killed by Al-Shabab militants who attacked the bus. “The filmmaker says the movie is a tribute to the 28 people killed by jihadist group Al-Shabaab who attacked a Nairobi-bound bus in Mandera near the Kenya-Somali border in 2014,” said Benrath. The movie tells the story of that fateful day when suspected Al-Shabab militants waylaid and attacked a Nairobi-bound bus. The militants demanded that the Muslim passengers on the bus separate themselves and identify Christians amongst them. Content Courtesy Of Digital Team

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Watu Wote was produced in 2016 as the graduation film for the Hamburg Media School master class program,This film won Oscar Award for Student category

Katja Benrath from the media school who won the narrative category for the short film stated that it was a tribute to the 28 people killed by Al-Shabab militants who attacked the bus.
“The filmmaker says the movie is a tribute to the 28 people killed by jihadist group Al-Shabaab who attacked a Nairobi-bound bus in Mandera near the Kenya-Somali border in 2014,” said Benrath.

The movie tells the story of that fateful day when suspected Al-Shabab militants waylaid and attacked a Nairobi-bound bus.
The militants demanded that the Muslim passengers on the bus separate themselves and identify Christians amongst them.

Content Courtesy Of Digital Team

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