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The Ghana movie industry is a star-centered one as young acts hardly get the opportunity to be introduced in new production works.
However, there has been a number of actresses who strive hard to break through each day.
While some of them succeed, through loathsome means, a large number of do not see the light, at sunset.
As a result of this, revered Ghanaian actress Martha Ankomah has counselled young people who are desperate for movie role(s) over their actions.
According to the ‘Sugar Town’ actress, it is only God who can create stars, hence, as a woman, it will be entirely wrong to allow a movie producer have his way with you, with the intention of making you a movie star.
“First off, it’s God who produces stars; He’s the only one who can make you shine for long, and so if you go in to sleep with a movie producer for movie roles so as to become a star, then you have run at loss,” she said.
“Ask yourself how many movie roles can he give you that can make you a star, maybe that movie won’t hit for you to become even popular. And so for me, make sure you have the talent first, and work hard at becoming a star,” she added.
She made this call during her recent interview on UTV‘s ‘United Showbiz’ show, hosted by screen goddess Nana Aba McBrown.
Martha, 37, is one of the few irreproachable personalities in Ghana’s entertainment industry.
Source: Yaw Sarpong | eFocusLive.com