For some time now people have been debating if the recent high budget movies (New Nollywood) which are mainly for the cinema are gradually taking over the low budget home movies (Old Nollywood) which have been the norm since the inception of the industry.
According to Vanguard, Nollywood actor, Ninalowo Bolanle, says he does not believe in anything new Nollywood. Adding that it can never replace the old one.
There would be no new Nollywood without old Nollywood, so I don’t believe in it. Some people paved the way for us, and they’re still there. They work hard, and we work hard as well. Nollywood is one.
Talking about his tight schedule as an actor, Bolanle said;
Its just the grace of God that I’ve been featured in a lot of productions these days. It’s true that I work hard, but it’s all God.” On what he has learnt in the movie industry so far, he said, “Just believe in yourself, and keep doing what you do; that’s all.
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