Hire A Man Movie Rakes In N23m In Ten Days
Tackling the pressure of settling down, especially among single successful ladies could be very difficult at times in our present society. ‘Hire A Man’ movie tries to explain this concept and also teaches individuals how to handle this issue. The movie made its debut in cinemas nationwide on February 10, 2017 and has sold over N23 million in its first 10 days at the cinema.
Directed by Desmond Elliot, the romantic comedy is currently one of the most talked-about movies on every online platform and one of the most seen movies in cinemas.
The film stars Zynnell Zuh as Tishe Lawson, Enyinna Nwigwe as Jeff, IK Ogbonna, Nancy Isime as Teni Lawson, Bayray Mc Nwizu as Sonnia and Daniel Lloyd. It also features veteran Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey and Shaffy Bello as a couple.
“Hire A Man is a tale of love, romance and determination. It is a morally conscious movie that highlights on the attributes of not giving up on love, not looking down on people, avoidance of arrogance, and so many other lessons.Hire A Man is a success story, that would not have being possible if not for God, my colleagues, my family and everyone who believed in the project from the onset. I am excited and I thank everyone and God for everything.
To those who haven’t seen the movie, Hurry to the cinemas as the movie is still showing nationwide,” said Chinneylove, the producer.
The movie presents an attention-grabbing tale about the life of two sisters – Tishe and Teni – who had a lingering rivalry with each other. Teni, the younger sister calls her family to announce that she was engaged and would be bringing her man to their family’s annual gathering. Tishe, the elder sister is disturbed by the news of Teni because she is still single; she however resolves to hire a man to pose as her fiancé. The quest to meet her family’s expectation and beat her little sister in the love game leads to the various dramatic and comical scenes that follow the story.
‘Hire A Man’ which is still showing in cinemas nationwide is a movie you would not want to miss. It is entertaining, educating, morally conscious and super hilarious as well.