Rami Chuene gives stern advice to young actors: Learn your lines

Rami Chuene gives stern advice to young actors: Learn your lines

The Queen’s Rami Chuene took to social media recently to shade actors who don’t learn their lines. She said that they hide their bad preparation by pretending to be freestyling.

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The experienced actress, who plays TGOM on the hit soapie, threw shade at actors who ad lib in scenes to hide the fact that they didn't learn their lines. Rami has been in the acting industry for a very long time - remember her from her days on the show Backstage?

With her years of experience, she can get away with freestyling in a few scenes. Rami believes that younger actors lack experience to be able to get away with freestyling at this stage in their careers.

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Fellow actress Bonnie Mbuli agreed with Rami, confirming that such actors really do exist. The actress said that she only made an exception to improvising when the actor was over 60 years old.

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Rami is certainly one of the most loved women in Mzansi and her advice should be taken by all those aspiring to get to her level. She is highly respected in her industry and beyond. Briefly.co.za previously reported that the star was showered with love for her birthday last year from everyone including her industry colleagues such as Terry Pheto, Renate Stuurman, Shona Ferguson as well as politician Mbuyiseni Ndlozi and chef Lesogo Semenya.

We wonder who Rami was aiming her shots at. Any guesses?

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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