New Movie, “Don’t Shout” Premieres On July 1
Veteran artist, Olusegun Akinremi, a.k.a. Chief Kanran has disclosed that his latest movie titled, “Don’t Shout” would be premiered on July 1.
This is also as other Artists like Ibidun Allison , Liz Benson among others will be honoured by the renowned actor.
The awards which is divided into the arts, icon, veteran and posthumous awards phases respectively will include Peter Badele, Ayo Mogaji (male and female categories) Abdulsalam Sanyaolu a.k.a. Agbako on stage , Chief Jimoh Aliu, Jab Adu a.k.a Bassey Okon on stage, Peter Fadele among others.
While those for posthumous awards will include the families of Femi Philips, Duro Ladipo, Gbenga Adeboye, Ojo Ladipo and more, Kanran said.
He explained that posthumous awards was for artistes who had died but contributed to the growth of the Nollywood industry and the country while alive.
The actor said that most artistes who had died were still living by virtue of their works of art. “I want to celebrate these great veterans for their remarkable contributions toward the growth of the industry and the country.
Speaking about the movie,” Don’t Shout” the veteran said the movie is a satire meant to ridicule greedy politicians who were fond of amassing wealth and properties.
“It will bring out one of the functions of the theatre which is to teach viewers about the dangers of being covetous and greedy”.
“The movie is also to encourage politicians and individuals to imbibe the great virtue of selflessness to lead.
“What gives those amassing wealth the assurance that they will live to enjoy everything they had gathered due to greediness.
“Contentment and selflessness are great virtues that everyone must cultivate. “We will not keep quiet because we are meant to correct the societal ills through our movies,” he said