Actress Omoni Oboli and her husband, Nnamdi, have practically relocated to a studio in the Mushin area of Lagos State to put final touches to her directorial debut Being Mrs Elliott.
The movie, which was shot in Lagos, Delta and Ekiti, was premiered at the Nollywood Festival in France on June 4 and 5, but the actress insists on doing some tweaking before a Nigerian premiere planned for August takes place.
It should be in the cinema by September.
Findings by QED show that the mother of three and her ever supportive husband are working at the studio with Steve Shodiya who was also with them on set.
Mr and Mrs Oboli spend most of their days in the studio. A source told us “they practically sleep and eat there.”
The actress describes Being Mrs Elliott, starring Majid Michel, AY, Lepacious Bose, Uru Eke, Seun Akindele, Sylvia Oluchi, Chika Chukwu, Bishop Ime Umoh and a host of others, as a big budget production by Nigerian standard.
It is directed and produced by her.