- Talented Mzansi actress Gail Mabalane has bagged a lit role in a Mzansi action movie Indemnity
- The Blood & Water actress shared her good news on social media and said she can't wait to watch the film
- The star's peers in the acting industry have congratulated the stunner on scoring herself a role in the movie
Gail Mabalane has scored herself a new role in a local action movie titled Indemnity. The excited Blood & Water actress took to social media to share the poster of the film.
Kabelo Mabalane's bae shared that she's proud to be part of the movie, which will be filmed in Cape Town. The stunner expressed that she cannot wait to watch the movie.
The film also stars veteran local actor Hlomla Dandala. The star captioned her Instagram post:
"I literally cannot contain my excitement!!! So proud to be part of another epic @gambitfma production!!! Can’t wait for you to see this!"
Connie Ferguson wrote:
"@gail_mabalane - Wow Sis! God’s time is always the best time! Shine lil sis! Shine! So proud of you!"
Ama Qamata said:
"Ahhh!! Can’t wait to watch this."
Jennifer Bala commented:
"Congratulations Mrs M! This is awesome and also can’t wait to see it."
Ceecee Ndaba said:
"So exciting! Congratulations @gail_mabalane!!!"
"Yes girl looking good on that poster."
"Can’t wait, I love action. Congratulations."
Will Smith plays role of Serena and Venus Williams' father in 'King Richard'
In related news, Briefly News reported that the official trailer for King Richard has been released. Will Smith portrays the character of King Richard in the movie about Serena and Venus Williams' pops.
The film based on a true story is set to hit cinemas on 19 November. It tells the story of the tennis superstars' dad from the time his daughters were young and at school and how he inspired them to become who they are today.
The trailer of the movie was shared by @chuuzus on Twitter on Wednesday, 28 July. The tweep captioned the post:
"Will Smith playing Serena and Venus Williams' father in a movie... I can’t wait to see this."
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Source: Briefly News