Bimbo Ademoye teases fans with behind-the-scenes video from Kunle Afolayan’s Anikulapo movie

Nollywood actress Bimbo Ademoye

Actress Bimbo Ademoye has teased her two million followers on Instagram with a behind-the-scenes video from filmmaker Kunle Afolayan’s new movie Anikulapo.

The Sugar Rush actress dropped the video on the social media platform on Monday. In one of the scenes, Kunle, the movie director is seen demonstrating and explaining a scene that featured Bimbo and actor Kunle Remi. Others laughed at the filmmaker’s explanation of what appears to be an intimate scene.

Speaking about the soon-to-be-released movie, Bimo wrote: “This Is a project that is very very VERY dear to my heart. I can’t wait for you guys to meet Arolake. Until then, enjoy this behind-the-scenes of the icon Mr @kunleafo giving myself and the monkey @kunleremiofficial blocking. A perfectionist that he is, decided to re-enact the scene before calling action. It’s the o gbowo jor for me. ANIKULAPO IS COMING!”

Excited fans also took to the comment section of the post to react.

Peescake wrote: “MR Kunle always pays attention to details I love his movies.”

“Will watch as long as you are in it, you give every movie/scene your all,” Phumme wrote.

Olufemi wrote: “This is so funny. Fingers crossed! We can’t wait.”

Other casts of the movie include Kunle’s aunt Toyin Afolayan, Sola Sobowale, Faithia Williams, Mr Macaroni, Ronke Oshodi-Oke, Sunday Omobolanle, Taiwo Hassan, Dele Odule, Adewale Adeoye, Aisha Lawal, Ikorodu Boiz and Hollywood star Hakeem Kae-Kazim.

Speaking on the forthcoming Netflix project, Kunle noted that Anikulapo; Death and Life, The Rebirth of Identity has “become the talk of the town not just because of its peculiarity in origin but because of the greatness which birthed the KAP Film Village, Studio and Resort”.

According to the filmmaker, “the film village located at Igbo Jaye in Oyo State sits on a mass of land totaling 40 acres where Anikulapo is currently being shot with all the infrastructures being built from scratch. There are over 300 men working on-site to bring it to life.”