At the “Anikulapo” movie premiere, Kunle Afolayan’s Yoruba culture was fully on display

At the "Anikulapo" movie premiere, Kunle Afolayan's Yoruba culture was fully on display

In order to see the debut of “Anikulapo” (he who holds death in his pouch), dignitaries, A-list celebrities, and fans traveled from all over the world.

With the ideal cast, which included Sola Sobowale, Bimbo Ademoye, Kunle Remi, Taiwo Hassan, Aisha Lawal, Moji Afolayan, Adebayo Salami, Eyiyemi Afolayan, Ariyiike Dimples, Omo Ologede, Yemi Elebuibon, Hakeem Kae Kazeem, and many more.

Kunle Afolayan once again told a story full of life, warmth, emotion, beauty and grace.

At the "Anikulapo" movie premiere, Kunle Afolayan's Yoruba culture was fully on display

The Old Oyo Empire of 1702 is the setting for the famous tale. The idea for Anikulapo was nurtured for three years before it was finally produced, according to prolific filmmaker Tunde Kelani, also known as TK. Being close to Kunle Afolayan, he confirmed that Anikulapo is not just any other movie but one that will leave a lasting impression on its audience, and in fact, viewers at the premiere described Anikulapo as sensational, beautiful, original, emotional, captivating, intriguing, thrilling, and suspense-filled.

Following the screening, attendees gathered in a nearby venue for an after-party to toast the success of the film Anikulapo.

Below are images from the premiere:

At the "Anikulapo" movie premiere, Kunle Afolayan's Yoruba culture was fully on displayAt the "Anikulapo" movie premiere, Kunle Afolayan's Yoruba culture was fully on display

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