Last night’s premiere of the long awaited movie, ‘Blood Sisters’ was a huge success as top celebrities in different shades of red graced the event in style.
The movie which is now showing on Netflix was produced by media mogul, Mo Abudu, starring A lists actors in Nollywood.
Actress, Osas Ighodaro who was at the event took to Instagram to share her red carpet moments with other celebrities.
Sharing photos, Osas wrote:
Excited to see how Nollywood is evolving to higher heights – one film at a time!!! Really exciting times
Congrats to the entire cast and crew of “Blood Sisters” ~ it was amazing!! Thanks for having me for your premiere @moabudu @naijaonnetflix”
Kemifilani News recalls Nollywood actress, Ini Dima Okojie reflected on the super role she played in the movie, Blood Sisters.
The actress who nailed it with her acting prowess noted how she finally found the strength to say NO to her abuser.
In her role in the movie, she was soft and fragile, broken, traumatized, scared to death and had internalized her feelings and gotten so used to being told what to do.
Ini Dima noted how she found her voice and was brave at the end.
She used her story to pray for those in similar situations to get the strength to say NO and seek help.
“This post is for you Sarah. And this moment you finally found the strength to say NO to your abuser. You were many things, you were soft and fragile, broken, traumatized your feelings and got so used to being told what to do and obeying, eve in your friendship with Kemi ( which was a beautiful friendship by the way). But you found your voice and you were brave in the end. It was an honour to be given the opportunity to give life to you!! There are so many Sarah’s out there. You represent so many women and even men that go through abuse and domestic violence. My heart goes out to you!! I know it’s not as easy to speak up and leave as everyone advices. I know your life is hard and complicated. But I do hope and pray that you find the strength to say NO and seek help, because you are not alone. Let’s all please remember to be kind and mindful of what people may be going through”.