Monday, 12 December 2011

Lydia Forson

Ahead of the major premiere of her latest movie, ‘Masquerades’ at the Silverbird Cinema on Friday, bubbly Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson has stated that she enjoyed kissing actor and top media mogul Kwame Sefa Kayi, in a movie.
Lydia made the revelation on DJ Black’s ‘Friday Night Show’ on Joy FM.
Black pushed Forson into telling her fans the male actor(s) she enjoyed kissing in movies.
Forson was evasive but she eventually mentioned the affable Kwame Sefa Kayi.
It was not clear if Sefa Kayi was really the person she wanted to mention or she was forced into mentioning him because she needed to mention somebody.
Forson and Sefa Kayi had a couple of kissing scenes in Shirley Frimpong Manso’s ‘Scorn’.
If indeed Lydia enjoyed kissing Sefa, then Adjetey Anang, Chris Attoh, Desmond Elliot and others who had kissing scenes with Forson in movies, must revise their kissing notes. 
The actress was on several media platforms last week talking about her career and new movie.
She told Net2 TV on Friday morning that Adjetey Anang was her best actor for now. 
Her new movie was produced by Zedec Entertainment and sponsored by rLG communications.
Kwame Sefa Kayi
The cast includes Forson, Katawere, born Ebenezer Donkor, Adjetey Anang, Desmond Elliot and Senanu Gbedawo.
The movie is expected to be a cinema success with a scheduled premiere on Friday December 16 at the Silverbird Cinema in Accra.
It is the first time Lydia is co-starring with Kataware.
Last Wednesday, the movie was outdoored for the media and from what was seen, Kataware nailed his role and gave critics enough reason to laugh and appreciate good talent.
Lydia was also awesome with her delivery just as Adjetey Anang, Senanu Gbedawo and Desmond Elliot.
Directed by Xavier Arijs, the movie reunited Lydia and Adjetey Anang who she last co-starred with in Shirley Frimpong Manso’s ‘Sting In A Tale’. 
It was also her first movie with rLG co-ambassador Desmond Elliot. ‘Masquerades’ is also the last movie worked on by top Ghanaian cinematographer, Bob J. Bob, who died through a motor accident.
Lydia co-scripted the story with Habiba Nelson, CEO of Zedec Entertainment, while screenplay was by David Ammah.
The movie is a hilarious family comedy that explores today’s contemporary family life during Christmas.
It tells the story of a family which, after several years apart, finally gets drawn home to their first Christmas by a tragedy; the death of their uncle.
As the funeral expenses pile up and in pursuit of social status, each of the family members is determined to maintain a lifestyle that will compliment how rich they claim to be.  
However, underneath all that is a dysfunctional family struggling to keep up appearances, and as the story unfolds; secrets of the family start to pop up.
As their uncle’s funeral and Christmas draw near, a series of hilarious events occur which lead to uncovering each family member’s secret and force them to confront their true identities.
Just as they are beginning to settle into their newly found honest lives, a big deception is uncovered which leads to an unexpected chain of events.
Masquerades’ is definitely a must-watch movie. Zedec Entertainment is re-launching Lydia’s career in Ghana with this movie.
Zedec Entertainment has been around for about 2 years. It is a professional entertainment company that specializes in TV, film and music production. It also focuses on talent scouting, recruiting, grooming and managing. It has for the last two years been managing Lydia Forson.

 Credit: NEWS-ONE


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