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Biggest Nigerian movies at the box office.


Living In Bondage 2019 best nigerian nollywood movies

The biggest Nigerian Nollywood movies at the box office is what we are taking a look at today.Those films that made serious money at the cinemas.
Living in bondage:
The movie which amassed 157.3 million, was a sequel to one that came out in 1992, after the rights to the movie was acquired from the writer Kenneth Nnebue in 2015. The blockbuster came out November 2019, the movie pulled out 25.8 million within its first two days in theatres. Featuring actors from the original cast Kenneth Okonkwo, Kanayo O. Kanayo and Bob-Manuel Udokwu, some
new additions include Nancy Isime, Munachi Abii among others.


2 Merry Men 2: another mission.
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The movie amassed 128 million Maura, produced by Ayo 'AY' Makun's, within its first weekend the movie made 36.89 million. The second week the movie made a total of 128 million naira making Merry Men 2 the second highest grossing movie of 2019. The movie played by controversial actress Regina Daniels, Ayo Makun, Jim Iyke, Nancy Isime, Falz and Big brother's Alex Unusual among others.

The Bling Lagosians nigerian nollywood movies
3. Bling Lagosians: the movie downloaded by Bolanle Austen- Peters premiered on June 16, 2019. It topped the box office during the last weekend of June by earning 23 million naira from 45 cinema across the country. The movie grossed over 120 million. The story following a flamboyant, one the top family living in Lagos.

Your Excellency (2019) nigerian best movies
4. Your Excellency: the movie which opened in over 50 theatres across the country amassed 15.7 million within the first two days, by the second week the movie had earned an additional 45 million. The movie which was a directional debut for Funke Akindele did well.

best and most successful nigerian nollywood movies king of boys,adesua etomi,netflix
5. King of boys: the movie staring legendary actress Sola Sobawale is currently still doing really well as it gained it place on Netflix and an eternal spot in the heart of Nigerians.

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