Happy DeathDay: The Movie that Got People Talking…

Happy Deathday
Happy Deathday

One of the livelier qualities of the works of ABC Pictures is how, even in the midst of sorrow and boredom, a sincere happiness emerges out of the fusion of love and comedy.

The first quarter of this year was a blast, celebrating Independence Day alongside the premiere of ‘Devil in a Dress’. I honestly assumed that was going down as the finest movie premiered this year till I witnessed the premiere of ‘Happy Death Day’ last Friday.

Even though I was a bit late for the premiere, I still was able to have the kind of fun I looked out for. Taking the storyline, quality of production, costuming, scoring, etc. into consideration, there wouldn’t be any word fitting to describe the movie than amazing.

It’ll be hard for anyone to discuss a movie like Happy Death day’ without giving too much away because the excitement alone might let you disclose everything.

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VIDEO: Salma Mumin Talks About Her Role in HAPPY DEATHDAY, Why She Has Been Missing on Our Screens & MORE

Salma Mumin
Salma Mumin

Kafui Danku’s latest movie-HAPPY DEATHDAY will be premiered tonight at the SilverBird Cinemas at the Accra Mall & Weija (6:20pm and 9:20 pm)—and before the showing, a special photo session will be held to give fans the opportunity to pose with the movie stars for pictures.

GhanaCelebrities.Com met with one of the casts of the movie-Salma Mumin to tell us about her role, why people should come out to watch the movie, her disappearance from the Ghanaian movie scene & more..

Check out the interview below…

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PHOTOS: Kafui Danku and Salma Mumuni

Kafui Danku
Kafui Danku

Ahead of Friday’s premiere of Kafui Danku’s latest movie-Happy Deathday, GhanaCelebrities.Com caught up with the actress/producer and Salma Mumuni who also stars in the movie for a chit chat—and both women were looking good.

Directed by Kobi Rana of ‘Kiss Me If You Can’ fame, the movie features talented Ghanaian actress-Nana Ama McBrown, former Big Brother housemate-Elikem Kumordzie, Alex Ekubo, James Gardiner, Too Sweet, Kafui Danku and others…Perhaps, I should also mention that the movie features Ghana’s dancehall artiste-Stonebwoy (real name Livingstone Etse Satekla).

HAPPY DEATHDAY will receive a red carpet premiere on 14 November, 2014 at the SilverBird Cinemas at the Accra Mall & Weija (6:20pm and 9:20 pm)—and before the showing, a special photo session will be held to give fans the opportunity to pose with the movie stars for pictures.

Before we bring you our video interview with the movie stars, check below for the photos…

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HAPPY DEATHDAY Featuring Kafui Danku, Nana Ama McBrown, Alex Ekubo, James Gardiner & Others to Be Premiered on November 14 in Accra

Happy DEATHDAY
Happy DEATHDAY

After the success of her recent self-produced movie-Devil in a Dress, actress /producer-Kafui Danku has pulled together some of Africa’s ‘trending’ actors for her new movie which employs some sort of oxymoron as its title-HAPPY DEATHDAY.

Directed by Kobi Rana of ‘Kiss Me If You Can’ fame, the movie features talented Ghanaian actress-Nana Ama McBrown, former Big Brother housemate-Elikem Kumordzie, Alex Ekubo, James Gardiner, Too Sweet, Kafui Danku and others…Perhaps, I should also mention that the movie features Ghana’s dancehall artiste-Stonebwoy (real name Livingstone Etse Satekla).

HAPPY DEATHDAY will receive a red carpet premiere on 14 November, 2014 at the SilverBird Cinemas at the Accra Mall & Weija (6:20pm and 9:20 pm)—and before the showing, a special photo session will be held to give fans the opportunity to pose with the movie stars for pictures.

In HAPPY DEATHDAY, “a group of young friends in their quest to give their mate a memorable birthday end up in massive danger. With the vice president and the law involved, only the craziest can survive. In a world of mistakes and accidents, disaster is inevitable but how do we control damage without being damaged? “

Check out the trailer of HAPPY DEATHDAY below…

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