Film/TV Workshop | 25 June 2015 14:06 CET

Seun Akindele, Tamara In Hot Romance

Source: Osaremen Ehi James/

One gist that is spreading like a raging inferno is the romantic affair between two movie stars in Nigeria, Seun Akindele and Tamara Eteimo.

Seun and Tamara met on a set of a new film; 'Unblissful', where they acted as lovers. The two actors gave award-winning performances in the thriller, which is intrigue-filled.

'Unblissful', written by Gbenga Adesanya and directed by Ike Nnaebue, is Tamara's third movie as a producer, which he co-produced with Oby Olebara Uzoukwu.

It centres on Jeffa, played by Tamara, who soon realised that Raymond, Seun Akindele, is a disaster waiting to happen; a situation she has never found herself in before.

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Suddenly, she realises that the people, who have been around her for a long time, like her fiancé, that she has frequently discountenanced, are good people. This, coupled with the difficult contract, make her become very humble and subservient, a complete parallel to her usual lifestyle.

Raymond, on the other hand, realises that rather than become a good man that is in control of his situation, he is fast becoming a strange animal that is alien to his true nature.

The movie parades the likes of Rachel Oniga, Funsho Adeolu and a Ghanaian, Ron Solomon Maxwell.

While on location in Lagos, the BBC crew, led by Margaret stormed the set to capture the artistic splendour of the production outfit in charge of the flick, Nollywood Reloaded, which uses some of the finest film technologies to inspire, inform and entertain people of all ages with positive, enriching motion picture experience.

Nollywood Reloaded is a new movie company that aims to take over Nollywood production. In the last six months, it has shot about 10 movies including 'Nne', 'Cassanova', 'Pure Chances', 'Awoyaju', 'The Waiter', 'Dancehood' and others.

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