Romantic Nollywood Movies To Watch For Valentine Celebration
The month of January is fast coming to an end and as a way to get oneself entertained during the celebration of love coming up in the month of February, these list of films will do justice to the celebration as they centre around romance and love and the month of February is best to see these types of stories. Here is a rundown of them.
Hey You is a Nollywood movie which was released in 2022 and succeeded to be one of the highest grossing movies of the year. The romance drama centres around tech bro (Timini Egbuson) who is addicted to watching porns from an online website where female users dance and strip to satisfy their clients' sèxual urge.
The film protagonist get to find out on the long run that his favourite client on the website is his next door neighbor whom he's fallen in love with. The struggle to accept this fate and love turned out to be a big problem for the duo.
The film starred, Timini Egbuson, Efe Irele, Temitope Olowoniyan, Rotimi Salami, Miriam Peters and Seyi Awolowo.
Namaste Wahala is a Nollywood and Bollywood film which has Nollywood actors and Bollywood actors. The film centres on the struggle of a Nigerian lady and an Indian man to love themselves beyond cultural abd family pressure on the basis of cultural differences.
The film starred In Dima Okojie, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Joke Silva, Osas Ighodaro, Ibrahim Suleiman and Broda Shaggi.
Kambili: The Whole 30 Yards
This Nollywood film explores the struggle of a young Nigerian lady to get herself a man since she's 30 years of age. Based on the family struggle and societal expectations, Kambili put in her all to get her ex-boyfriend back but ended up finding love in her best friend.
The film featured Nancy Isime, Jide Kene Achufusi, Uzor Arukwe, Toyin Abraham, Venita Akpofure and Mawuli Gavor.
Dinner At My Place
Dinner At My Place is another intriguing Nollywood film that explores romance and drama. The rom-com explored how an ex-girlfriend ruined a wedding proposal as she gate crashed that night.
In order to make things go well, more things went sour and the drama was never ending. The film featured, Timini Egbuson, Bisola Aiyeola, Sophie Alakija, Uche Nwaefuna and Maynard Okereke.