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Burna Boy to produce anti-sex trafficking movie ‘3 Cold Dishes’

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Nigerian music sensation Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, better known as Burna Boy, is expanding his creative horizon into the world of film production.

The Grammy-winning artist has taken on the role of executive producer for the upcoming thriller, ‘3 Cold Dishes,’ which addresses the issue of sex trafficking.

The film, directed by Asurf Oluseyi, follows the journey of Esosa, Fatouma, and Giselle—three former victims of sex trafficking—who have risen to prominence in the underground world of prostitution. Despite their success, they are haunted by the traumas of their pasts, pursued by the men who once sold them into slavery.

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Burna Boy’s involvement in the project marks a significant step in his career, as he ventures into film production alongside Spaceship Films, the production company he co-founded with his mother, Bose Ogulu, in 2015.

In an interview with Variety Magazine, director Asurf Oluseyi described ‘3 Cold Dishes’ as a testament to the strength and resilience of its characters, promising an African cinematic journey like no other.

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The movie boasts a star-studded cast of Nollywood actors including Osas Ighodaro, Wale Ojo, Femi Jacobs, Ruby Akubueze, Brutus Richards, and Greg Ojefua, as well as talented actors from Ivory Coast and Senegal.

‘3 Cold Dishes’ is one of several projects under Black Mic Mac, a production company dedicated to showcasing African and Middle Eastern talents. Founder Pape Boye expressed his pride in collaborating with filmmakers across the continent to bring diverse stories to global audiences.

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With a lineup that includes ‘The Devil Inside,’ ‘The Three Rascals,’ ‘Apophenia,’ and more, Black Mic Mac is positioning itself as a major player in the African film and television industry, paving the way for new and diverse voices to be heard.

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