Mosun Filani-Oduoye returns with ‘Different Strokes’

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By Segun Adebayo


After taking a break from acting and movie-making for some years,  Mosun Filani-Oduoye is back with  something that will get her fans  talking about her once again.

She was a popular face in the Yoruba speaking movie industry for some  years before she took a break to attend to family and business  interests.

Her return to the screen this time is a shift from the norm as she seemed to have ditched her colleagues in the Yoruba speaking movie industry for their counterparts on the other side.

With exciting movies already making its way into screens in March,  Mosun’s new flick which doubles as her first cinema movie, ‘Different  Strokes’, will be premiered this month with top Nollywood acts teaming  up with the actress to thrill movie lovers.

“Different Strokes” features Nollywood stars like Mercy Johnson  Okojie, Shaffy Bello, Jim Iyke, Adedimeji Lateef, Deyemi Okanlawon,  Etim Effiong, Jide Kosoko, Lilian Esoro, Prince Harida, Bukunmi  Adeaga–Ilori, Blessing Jessica Obasi, Emem Ufot, Lilian Afegbai and  Mosun Oduoye.

Directed by the award-winning Biodun Stephen and distributed by  FilmOne Entertainment, “Different Strokes” which ought to hit cinemas  nationwide from March 17 has now been shifted to March 31st.

Sepaking about the movie and shift in the date, Mosun said the movie  which is about four friends trying to achieve a common goal will be  talk of the town when it is released, adding that the postponement of  the governorship election forced her team to move its release date  from 17th to March 31st.



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