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Nollywood actress Uche Ulendu is a versatile actress who found her way into the movie industry in 2001.

Ever since her emergence, the actress has continued to soar higher, leaving fans entertained like never before.

The beautiful role interpreter was present in our studio as she unveils her top five Nollywood movies.

In no particular order, her Fifth was ‘The Alter’, a Christian movie she produced which narrates how Christians who are facing life challenges should remain hopeful in God.

The Alter was directed by Dan Iyke of (The Brain Film Academy) and it featured top stars like Benedict Johnson, Uche Elendu, Uche Ogbodo, Mary Ogbonna, Frank Eche Ben, Doris Ogala, Kenneth Akalusi, Delphine Walters, Russian actor Nelly Visual, Standup comedian Mc Shakara and sensational musician E’davids and more.

Seven Rivers was next, a movie she said was challenging as it took the crew five weeks on set. For her, the movie was very spiritual and all hands had to be on deck.

The movie is a love story about a couple who fought their way through to stay together and it was directed by Ernest Obi. The movie featured the likes of Patience Uzokwor, Eve Esin, among others.

Talking about what the movie taught her, she said: “the movie taught me a great lesson, it taught me to be spiritual when working because we are exposing a lot of thing and it’s not just normal.

Big Girls on Campus found its way to number three, the comic flick depicts a village girl who was trying so hard to blend with the city lifestyle.

Sitting on number two was the movie that shot her to limelight ‘Rosekate and Johnbull’ a movie she featured as a reverend sister constantly been harassed by a man who was in love with her, played by Nkem Owoh.

Rip-tide claimed the first place, the movie which was produced by Uche –Ogbodo was about a girl with a blind half-sister who tried to steal the heritance of her sister and ended up hurting her sister badly.

The movie featured Uche Elendu, Halima Abubakar, Mercy McJoe, Daniel Lloyd, Anita Joseph, Oma Nnadi, and a host of other supporting acts.