‘Living In Bondage’ sequel profits 50 Million naira in its opening week

Doris Ukaonu
‘Living In Bondage’ sequel profits 50 Million naira in its opening week

Ramsey Noah’s directorial debut, ‘Living In Bondage: Breaking Free’ has hit the bullseye. The sequel of the 1992 Nollywood classic has since its release been the talk of the town with fans anticipating not only a nostalgic surge of the original film but also a superb story.

The movie lived up to its hype. ‘Living In Bondage: Breaking Free’ is now the number one film in West Africa, taking a grip of a whopping 50 Million naira in its opening week.

The Executive Producer Charles Okpaleke, in announcing the giant strides achieved with the film wrote on his official Instagram (@charlesofplay) “It’s the Lords doing and it’s marvelous in our eyes!!! Thank you all, please keep spreading the word, without you going to the cinemas we wouldn’t push these numbers. I urge you all to go out, take a friend your family and join us in keeping alive our history, culture, and heritage. Nollywood has come to stay !!!!”

Directed by Playnetwork in synchrony with Native Filmworks,  ‘Living In Bondage: Breaking Free’ had a notable premier drive-in Abuja and Lagos.

The movie’s soundtrack was courtesy of  Universal Music. It comprised of 11 soundtracks of renowned Nigerian artists like Davido, Tuface, Flavour, Waje, Omawumi, Phyno, Patoranking, Peruzzi, Duncan Mighty, Victor AD, Syemca, Reekado Banks and Skales.

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Following the trails of the original film, ‘Living In Bondage: Breaking Free’ narrates the story of a young man Nnamdi (played by Swanky JKA), whose irrational quest to get rich lands him in the wrong hands.

Prominent actors in the movie are Kenneth Okonkwo, Bob-Manuel Udokwu, Ramsey Noah and Kanayo O. Kanayo 

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