Veteran actor, Pete Edochie shared first kiss in a movie!


Veteran actor, Pete Edochie is caught in an irresistible romantic affair with Ghanaian beauty, Juliet Ibrahim as he stars in a new movie, Kenny’s Divas, a brainchild of his goddaughter, Adaslim.

Kenny’s Diva’ is set to make waves as the Things Fall Apart star gave his first kiss in a movie to Juliet Ibrahim.

Written and Produced by Adaslim, Kenny’s Divas stars Pete Edochie, Juliet Ibrahim, Adaslim, Bryan Okwara, Patrick Doyle, Nora Roberts, Cossy Orjiakor, Rubby Dabbour and Oby Somina Okafor.

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Pete Edochie
Pete Edochie

Directed by Adim Williams with co-directions by Ifenna Eze, Malcolm Benson and Alexis Robinson, ‘Kenny’s Divas’ tells an intriguing tale of Boss Kenny’s all female team. Boss Kenny, played by Pete Edochie is also secretly involved in a romantic relationship with a member of his female team – Kosara played by Juliet Ibrahim. Unknown to him, his protege, Bryan Okwara, was also enjoying a secret affair with Kosara and all hell was let loose when the boss found out.

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Adaslim said ‘Kenny’s Divas’ will leave fans on the edge of their seats with suspense.

“Kenny’s Divas is one movie after my heart,” she said.

“Aside from going all out to get my godfather, Pete Edochie to star in the movie, I was awed by the sterling performance each act on the movie delivered and this I can say is what will keep the fans on the edge of their seats all through viewing.

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Pete Edochie
Pete Edochie

“I’ve been working for a while and not many knew what I was up to but it was indeed a lot of hard work with lots of resources also put to good use by my team. We have three movies shot and ready for the market and they are ‘Kenny’s Divas,’ a comedy, ‘Papa Bomboy’ and a romantic drama, ‘How To Play A Player.’”