Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Nigeria’s darling boy and iconic actor Ramsey Nouah has proven, with his role in Kobi Rana’s ‘Hotel Babylon; Where Clothes Naked’, why he is one of the continent’s best and finest actors.
Ramsey put up an amazing performance and showed great maturity in executing his role in the new movie which featured some of the crème de la crème of Ghana’s movie including Nana Ama McBrown who he acted with for the first time.
Earlier reports said Ramsey accepted to be part of the movie because he fell in love with the script.
Last Saturday, the movie was screened for the media and many who saw it thought Ramsey was on top of his game.
He played the role of a gang leader who had no mercy for anybody. He handled the role with ease. His performance in the movie reminds movie fans about the movie ‘Guardian Angel’, one of his best action movies in Nollywood.
In one of the scenes, he handled top actress Nana Hayford beyond expectation.         
The movie will be premiered for the public on March 17 at the National Theatre in Accra with a long list of musicians who will be performing during the night.
There are rumuors that Ramsey will be in town for the premiere in Accra.
The movie is about a hotel and its guests in crisis in a night. The entire story lasted for a night. A hotel was attacked by a gang of armed robbers, after they got hint of five million dollars cash being in the hotel. On the guest list were different people from all walks of life with different plans to survive by fair or foul means. With the tempting five million dollars at stake, the robbed gradually becomes the robber and the secrets that unfold are deadly enough to set the hotel on fire.
It was indeed a movie full of suspense, horror and comedy.
“Our core objective is to give the average Ghanaian an opportunity to appreciate our level of comfort in the country and the hope we give other nations around us. This we believe would leave them a choice to decide for themselves whether to take the path of peace or expose themselves to the harsh realities of war without convincing or compelling them to. In this regard we likewise seek to use the power of music and film to support in promoting peace and unity amongst Ghanaians and Africans at large,” director Kobi Rana said.
The movie stars Fred Amugi, Roselyn Ngissah, James Gardner, Eddie Watson, Ebi Bright, Baby Blanche, and Kafui Danku.
President of the Musicians Union of Ghana Obour was at the press premiere.

credit: NEWS-ONE


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