3 Reasons You Should See Kunle Afolayan’s Mokalik

  1. It Features A Highly Indigenous Cast

Kunle Afolayan's Mokalik

From Kemi Adetiba thankfully jettisoning the, frustratingly rinsed and repeated, slapstick comedy trend in Nollywood with her Political Crime Thriller, King Of Boys, to BB Sasore releasing a faith-based movie across cinemas nationwide last December, one thing is clear to see, Nollywood filmmakers are slowly beginning to drop conventional approaches and be more daring with their filmmaking, and Kunle Afolayan’s Mokalik continues that trend.

In a time when western accents and are favored, Kunle Afolayan, appropriately, cast a highly indigenous cast for his movie. If this move will pay off is left to be seen.

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