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Bullion movie premieres next month in Munyonyo

BullionAfter more than three years in production, the movie Bullion has created social media buzz after it was announced via its Facebook page that will be premiered at Speke Resort Munyonyo on April 5.

The movie, produced by our own Henry H. Ssali, was directed by star comedian and actor, Phillip Luswata. The cast includes Allan Tumusiime (the lead actor, who also featured in Kiwani:The Movie), who is currently a photographer in the US.

The movie also features popular Kenyan actor ‘Snake’ Ainea Ojiambo, who features in Kenyan soap Makutano Junction, and has been in Hollywood films like Constant Gardner and The Fast Grader. KFM and Fun Factory’s Veronica Tindichebwa as the leading lady as well as several other famous faces like Gerald Rutaro, Michael Wawuyo Jr, who acts as Brother John in Hostel, his father Michael Wawuyo Sr, an Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards nominee, singer Juliana Kanyomozi and her sister Laura Kahunde, comedians Dickson Zizinga, Anne Kansiime, Richard Tuwangye and others.

The movie’s storyline revolves around Collins Jjuuko, a bullion van driver whose daughter required expensive open-heart surgery. He joins a group of money hungry bank employees to plot a bullion van robbery, but he is framed and arrested.
While serving time in prison, his daughter dies and the very guy who framed him seduces his fiancé with the allure of money. Once out of prison, he is out for vengeance.
The good news is that over 50 Sqoop readers stand a big chance of winning free invites to the premiere in Munyonyo.

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