TrybeTV : Five Top Movies Of Bisola Aiyeola
Big Brother runner up Bisola Aiyeola is an actress and a musician, she came into the lime light after competing in Mtn project fame and has since gradually climbed up the ladder.
The yoruba actress became a power house after leaving the big brother house and has been signed with Iyanya’s record label.
The mother of one is not slowing down and is one to be watched this coming year as she has been involved in a lot of projects back to back.
Here are five movies she starred in and came through talent wise.
Two Grannies & A Baby – Two grannies and a baby is a comedy movie centered around a baby been dumped at d doorstep of an unknown house, The problem of who takes care of the unwanted baby struck the two expectant grannies. Who is the owner of this child and why put her in the front of this particular. Starring-Tina mba, kate effiong, bisola aiyeola,Enyinna nwigwe, kate effiong, micheal okon, emmanuel ozzi, ada ameh, chinenenye chukwudi.
Picture Perfect – A fashion designer meets a notorious area boy when her car breaks down in his hood. What seems to be a distressing situation, turns out to be a blessing , only to go completely sideways when he sets up home beside her shop.Starring Mary Njoku, Bolanle Nino, Bisola Aiyeola and more…
Ovy’s Voice – is a movie about a mute, makeup artist and on one fateful day she has a negative encounter with a young man. We come to find out the young man is the son of one of her biggest clients: Mrs. G. Of course, a love story blossoms between Ovy and the son, his name is Anaan, however as their relationship grows it becomes obvious that Ovy is hesitant to open up to Anaan and we don’t quite figure out why, till the end
The Life Of A Nigerian Couple – This movie revolves around an igbo man and his yoruba wife and the challenges that the regular Nigerian couple faces with lots of humour.
Skinny Girl in Transit – This web series revolves around an OAP Tiwa, her weight loss journey, and journey to finding love.
The series stars Timini Egbuson, Ayo Adesanya, Adeolu Adefarasin, Ngozi Nwosu, Kenneth Okolie, and Abimbola Craig, Ayoola, Bisola Aiyeola, Sharon Ooja and Ini Dima-Okojie.