Movie Lovers Enjoy Their Valentine’s Day With Kobi Rana’s Girl Talk

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Girl Talk, a feature film produced by Ghanaian film maker, Kobi Rana in collaboration with ABC Pictures enthused fans and produced a lot of related talkabilities as the well-structured movie is being premiered on valentines day, Wednesday, February 14, 2024. The Girl Talk was scheduled to be premiered at 7:00pm, 9:00pm and 11:00pm prompt.

The selected venues for the premiere included the GH Media School at Achimota in Accra, which saw most of the celebrities that starred in the movie as well as the crew members of the movie make some appearances. Popular Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Kafui Danku, despite not being casted in the movie, showed up at the GH Media School to support the event. Legendary actor, Victor Lutterodt also graced the venue with his presence. This gave patrons some glorious opportunities to mingle as well as get some memorable experiences with the adorable movie stars captured.

The movie was also premiered at the SG Mall and Royal View Cinema in Kumasi, Vienna City in Tema, Crown Liberty Hotel in Weija, Bernard Grills and Kanvilla in Tamale, Chesville Hotel in Sunyani and Tarkoradi Technical University campus.

For the past nine years, Kobi Rana has dished out some wonderful stories on screens for movie lovers each valentine’s day since the inception of thisbeautiful journey. It has surely emerged as a special way of climaxing the celebration of the special day in Ghana. You don’t need to be a movie freak to love this awesome project which costed patrons only 80 Ghana Cedis.

The only remaining member of the defunct music group, Rana, has put out a number of classic songs, which have been impactful in the music space. These include Vawulence, Momo Love ft Fameye, Na Lie and everybody’s favorite ‘Thank You To My Ex’. His latest musical project, Baakowa, also tagged ‘No Gree For Anybody’ is gradually finding its feet in the social media trends.

The producer of the famous ‘Freedom and Justice’ movie that came with a lot of controversies prior to its premiere always digs deep to come up with movies that bring life experiences and true situations to bear. He has also produced a number of movies for other occasions. Insha Allah, Till Deaf Do Us Part, Baby Is Coming, My Name Is Ramadan and Happily Ever After are few notable products from the renowned producer.

Girl Talk, which seeks to uncover the relevant situations that bothers individuals in diverse ways in this modern world. The fact that the movie touched on virtually everything that transpires in our daily lives made it a relevant story. Every patron found a bit of himself or herself in some characters of the movie. It may also change the perceptions of viewers on some aspects of life and reduce the level of judgmental sentiments.

The movie showed bits of action, comedy, suspense, unpredictabilities as it is the hallmark of Kobi Rana to have some touch of creativity from all angles in his production. He has proven beyond reasonable doubt that his movies are produced not only for entertainment purposes. This particular movie exposes and reveals the experiences from the dating couples to the new married and the already established family with kids. It also touched on youthful exuberance as well as society pleasers.

Starring in this beautiful movie includes Kelvin Bruun of YOLO TV series, Kalybos, Roselyn Ngisah, Kobi Rana himself, media personalilty, Kukua Doxa, TikTok sensation, such as Yaa Baby, Sweet Apple, Teflon Flexx as well as Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall artiste, AK Songstress showed some great acting skills in the movie.

Kobi Rana is a chameleon in the arts industry. He fits in so well as a script writer, film producer, director, musician, music producer, actor, choreographer, among other undisclosed professions related to entertainment. He is also the brain behind Dance Awards Ghana, which seeks to reward and promote hardworking Ghanaian dancers, which has successfully seen two editions successfullyorganized.

The multi-talented producer, through this project, is making a point about the viability of movie production in Ghana. He is doing a lot with his consistency in the Ghanaian movie industry, which really needs urgent attention. His catalogue of works is a proof of his depth and dynamics in the game. Ghanaians should give movie producers the necessary attention. This may go a long way to get our once glorious movie industry back on its feet.

By: Brah Alidu

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