“I’m Grown Beyond Acting in Asaba Movies…” – Dakore Egbuson

Posted on Sep 18 2017 - 11:59am by Editor

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Nollywood actress, Dakore Egbuson is one actress who is worth her salt. All the proof you need is her latest film releases;

When asked why she doesn’t frequent as many movies as she used to do, she said:

I’m a bit offended that this old question is still being asked even when I’m working and got nomination for Best Actress at AMAA for my role in the movie entitled ‘50’. You know progression is important.

I can’t keep on doing things at the same level. I need to progress, so I must leave the field for the younger ones. I cannot be hustling now the way I used to hustle ten years ago.

The upcoming ones should be given the space to do that. You hustle smart and not hard. I’ve moved from the Asaba movies,(low budget movies) though it trained and made me.

I’m doing more cinema works and you know that kind of work is not as regular and on the faces people as the other. I’ve also been very picky about my works and what I lend my name and energy to. It just can’t be like before when I was in all the films.

On if men toast her;

Them no dey toast me o. Them dey mad?’ They know this is not a girl. There is a way you’d see a woman that’s slim, trim, fair and fine but you’d also realise this woman isn’t my mate. They know so they don’t come near me. Yes, we would say ‘hi’ from a distance and that’s as far as it would go.

If  older men approach her:

They’re not that bold. They know I’m married. Look at these rings (she thrust forward her finger) and you’d know they’re big enough. There’s no way you’d just want to do that. After seeing the rings there’s no way you wouldn’t lose the courage even if you’d gathered it before. They just feel, ‘I can’t compete with that’ which is great. Kudos to Mr. Akande!

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