Kannywood’s Nafisa Abdullahi denies quitting movie industry

Nafisa says the rumor that she quit the movie industry is being peddled by mischief makers.

Nafisa Abdullahi, a Kannywood star actress, has denied speculations making round that she has quit the movie industry.

She described the speculation as mischievous.

“This is the work of mischiefs, I never thought of quitting the kannywood movie industry,” Nafisa said.

Popularly called the princess of kannywood as a result of the roles she played in the movies, Danmarayan Zaki, Zurfin Ciki and Zango, her name has since become a house hold one in many northern cities.

Speaking to PREMIUM TIMES, Nafisa enthusiastically announced her commitment to acting.

“I am determined to excel in my career,” she said.

Some of her colleagues attest to her acting prowess and described her as the actress to beat.

Muhammadu Amin, a director and actor in the Kannywood industry, said “Nafisa is the actress to beat now in the kannywood, no doubt about that. She is good and no one can doubt that. What has been going round is the work of ‘player haters’ and mischievous people.

Another colleague, Hassana Dalhat, told PREMIUM TIMES that Nafisa’s “increasing fame in the Kannywood is not surprising because she is the only female actress that can play any role given to her and do it marvelously,

“In fact she is just the best now,” she added.

Nafisa, who is currently on vacation, is set to resume her acting roles any moment from now.



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