Admired Ghanaian actor Majid Michel seems to be getting tired of playing love roles in movies.
Several years after he had played such roles next to great African screen goddesses as Mercy Johnson, Yvonne Okoro, Yvonne Nelson, Jackie Appiah and Nadia Buari among others, he now seems to be telling African film producers, “I want something more challenging and different.”
The handsome actor’s first ever Best Actor in Leading Role award at the 2012 edition of the prestigious Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) was kind courtesy of his somewhat action delivery in Frank Rajah Arase’s directed, ‘Somewhere In Africa’ movie.
In that movie, fans had a totally different delivery from Majid. His posture in one of his recent portraits only gave him out as comparatively wanting more of action roles and perhaps stunt roles as it pertains in Hollywood.
Last year, the father of two did not featured in too many movies but the reason was not blamed on his quest to cut down on love or romantic roles.
However, movie production had generally slowed down in both last year and this year. This year, Majid last featured in Yvonne Nelson’s produced, ‘House of Gold’ movie from the stables of Media GH. But he is currently shooting in Nigeria.
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