Anikulapo: I needed to communicate a language I wasn’t snug talking – Kunle Remi
Actor Kunle Remi has revealed absolutely the biggest challenges he confronted within the making of Kunle Afolayan’s Anikulapo with Bimbo Ademoye.
The actor amongst totally different difficulties, expressed that he was not snug speaking within the language (Yoruba) utilized within the movie, however being of Yoruba descent himself, regardless of the truth that he was born in Gboko, Benue.
Anikulapo is the story of Saro, (performed by Kunle Remi) a dress weaver from gbongan, who was overwhelmed to loss of life for having an affair with the Alaafin’s final spouse named Arolake, performed by Bimbo Ademoye.
An enchanted chicken resurrects him, forsaking a gourd with the flexibility to lift the useless, he ran away to a different village with the Alaafin’s spouse and begins a brand new life.
Talking on the challenges in a current Instagram publish, Kunle Remi wrote:
“First I needed to communicate a language I wasn’t snug talking, I needed to climb the mountain, that river, we didn’t know what was beneath that river. It was a threat however we obtained into the river.
You see, Bimbo she is a beast. I weigh a 100kg and I put all of that weight on Bimbo and I mentioned sorry I’m doing this and she or he was like ‘lets go’ that’s why you’ll really feel the ache Arolake felt. She held me up. I gave her every part and she or he gave me every part in return.”
Set within the Seventeenth-century Oyo Empire, the film stars actors like Kunle Remi, Bimbo Ademoye, Sola Sobowale, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Taiwo Hassan, Faithia Williams and Adebayo Salami.
Others embody: Ronke Ojo, Moji Afolayan, Kareem Adepoju, Yinka Quadri, Aisha Lawal, Ropo Ewenla, Adewale Elesho, Sunday Omobolanle and Toyin Afolayan.
Kunle, his daughter Eyiyemi Afolayan and Yemi Elebuibon make particular appearances.