Rahim Banda Will Be Ghanas Most Successful Actor — Film Director

Juvenile Actor Rahim Banda has won many of the Kumawood fans after displaying his versatility in an upcoming Kumawood Movie titled ‘’ALI’’.

The Director of the Movie , Francis Dzogbetsi much known by his alias as Nebu Ur Majesty has heaped praises on the juvenile actor Abdul Rahim Banda saying he will be one of Ghana’s most successful actors.

Francis Dzogbetsi said: ”Rahim Band is one of his favorite actors, and his incredible talent, sensitivity, and deep intelligence will bring an improvement in the film industry.”

After five and a half months of intensive review of the much awaited movie, the production house and crew members have deemed it the accurate time for the revelation of ALI, a movie that features versatile actors like thrilling Ntul Andrew much known on screen as Scorpion, Bill Asamoah, Dabor, Company and more significantly Rahim Banda.

A story that emphasizes on two brothers coming across a missing money bag and couldn’t tally their understanding on what to do with the wealth and hunted each other based on misallocation of the stock waging war among the two final and promiscuous characters and their entities.

“He is a guy too thoughtful and very absorbing at work. Working with him was a real privilege and I am happy to have his signature on my trade. I recommended him to the executive producer as the good fit for the role and I am glad he gave a go ahead-budget for his appearance in this movie” the director told SeanCitygh.com.

“He has difficulties with the Akan dialogues and so we had to blend his style with the local diction in view of the fact that his character will make the story good and my vision as a director fulfilling. After a couple of scenes, I was satisfied with the approach and I found it a real delight Francis Dzogbetsi also known as Nebu Ur Majesty outlined.

The movie is yet to be unveiled on Market by Pokandy’s Empire’s introductory scheme.

However, the fan base of Rahim Banda are anxiously waiting to see their darling boy’s in Kumawood’s maiden production.

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