Thursday 9 June 2011

Ekow Smith Asante and Kofi Adjorlolo are the two famous faces of Gollywood, who were banned alongside the controversial sultry star actress, Yvonne Nelson, late last year. And it is no longer news that Ekow and Kofi, have been left off the hook while Yvonne is yet to be pardoned.

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The decision, which SS reliably gathered had sent close colleagues and fans of the sexy screen siren on the war path with the movie producers in Ghana. SS scoop that Yvonne’s several alleged incidents of disrespectful and rude attitude towards fellow actresses, producers and crew members on location and off-camera, were what earned her a year ban. While Yvonne seems to be unperturbed with the ban, as she recently float her fashion and Lace Wigs line called YN’s Closet.
A source hinted SS that in order to draw a battle line with the so called Gollywood mafias, faction of the association movie producers in Ghana are learnt to be making plans to bankroll a movie that will star Yvonne. Moreover, SS has also gathered that some diehard fans of Yvonne have initiated a lift the ban on Yvonne campaign in Accra.


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Since its debut on air the One Show on VIASAT 1 has hosted a select core of Ghana’s mainstream movie stakeholders to discuss at length possible ways of giving the industry, a facelift.

This time around Actors Adjetey Annang, AKA Pusher, Yvonne Okoro, Ecow Smith Asante; and producer Abdul Salaam Mumuni, took turns to answer questions from the show’s hosts; spanning content and new trends.

All agreed that given the gradual but impressive pace of improvement the industry is experiencing, it would be proper to adequately match that goodwill with international best practices and an equally good local system to take care of the inefficiencies. However they came down heavily on recent trends of nudity in modern Ghanaian movie. Adjetey Annan bemoaned the superfluity of nudity in the Ghanaian movie industry and feared that if the trend continues, Ghana can’t compete favourably with the other markets. “An actor/actress has his/her culture and image and the part to be played in a movie, to protect. Our movie industry is falling short. With this, we cannot compete with the top class movies and will still remain at the bottom,” Pusher said.

Yvonne Okoro, Ecow Smith Asante complemented Pusher’s argument by pointing out that the industry is gradually drifting off and called on all filmmakers to understand that movies are meant to inculcate good morals and culture into the people, the basic essence of production, and nothing else.

This discussion comes barely a week after the Information Ministry called on the Ghanaian Movie industry to put in place strong systems in order to strengthen its activities. Deputy Information Minister Baba Jamal complained that although movies were powerful tools that influenced and impacted lives, current trends in Ghanaian movies were nothing to write home about.

"We are gradually losing our culture and identity as Ghanaians because of the negative ways in which we portray ourselves in our movies”.

Nana Ama McBrown In Photos Like You Have Never Seen Before…

more on our Ghollywood stars, check pictures of Nana Ama Mac-brown in a recent photo shoot. she is looking good right !!!, but someone should please tell her to loose some weight like I am trying to do now!! lol!


checkout more news on our very finest stars of Ghollywood, for those of you who never knew that Majid Micheal is married, pls check this out. He is so married with two kids. enjoy the pictures i got from 

am loving this: its black, its blond lol


Mrs Micheal,, yeah!! that is Majids cute wife.

Pascaline Edwards cuts off locks!!

i still can't believe pascaline edwards has really cut off all her locks, gosh!! well check out this photos of her with and without the locks.
which one would you rather hit? her before or now?
check out how nice her locks were looking

mother and son

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