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Kobi Rana’s film, ‘Hotel Babylon’, will officially open for public viewing on March 17 via a grand premiere at the National Theatre in Accra.

The movie, which stars Ramsey Nouah, also has some of the crème de la crème of Ghana’s movie industry. Among them are Nana Ama McBrown, Roselyn Ngissah, James Gardener, Eddie Watson Nana Heyford and Kafui.
The premiere is long overdue as movie fans have been waiting for the movie for quite some time now.

As part of the premiere, there will be musical performances by Rana, Ruff N Smooth, Obour, Okyeame Kwame, Akoo Nana, Kwabena Kwabena, Ohemaa Mercy, Phillipa Baafi, Keche, Bradez and a host of others.
The film will be shown twice, at 6pm and 9pm. The performances will be in between.

Tickets are selling at Joy FM, Adom FM, Accra Mall (Foto Store and Silverbird), Busy Internet and Legon Drama Studio. A couple of weeks ago, there were reports that Ramsey was the only character on the film’s poster, and this raised a lot of questions.

The likes of Nana Ama McBrown, Beverly Afaglo, Roslyn Ngissah and Nana Hayford were not on the poster. But sources said a new poster is out now with some of the Ghanaian actors on it. ‘Hotel Babylon’, after the Ghana premiere, is expected to be at some major cinemas in the world.

NEWS-ONE is yet to ascertain the quality of the film, but there are rumors that it is a good one, hence Ramsey’s decision to be part of it.

Kobi Rana had earlier stated on his facebook page that “plans are underway to premiere this film in not only Ghana but also Nigeria, South Africa, France, USA and U.K.”
Source: News One

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