Halala: Natasha Thahane bags role as schoolgirl in new Netflix series

Halala: Natasha Thahane bags role as schoolgirl in new Netflix series

- Our girl Natasha Thahane has bagged herself a major role in a new upcoming Netflix series

- The lovely leading lady posted a pic of herself on set to her social media account

- The post garnered mixed reactions from fans, but we're sure the finished product will be fire

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Natasha Thahane has being named as one of the cast members in a new Netflix series titled Blood And Water.

The series has a female-led cast featuring some of Mzansi freshest and prettiest faces including Natasha Thahane, Cindy Mahlangu, Ama Qamata, Khosi Ngema, and Gail Mabalane.

It's also directed by a female director, Nosipho Dumisa, who directed the film Nommer 37.

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The series will follow the story of Puleng Khumalo, a 16-year-old who gets herself transferred to the same high school as a girl whom she suspects is her long-lost sister.

Natasha posted about the exciting development on her social media page.

The post got mixed reactions from tweeps, with some saying the roles should have gon

Thuthuka Mthembu wrote, "This is beautiful, making me remember those school days."
However, another tweep said, "We're not going to watch grown women act as teenagers, knowing very well actual teens may have auditioned for these roles. No thanks."

Veteran actress Rami Chuene reminded folks that that's actually the whole point of acting - it doesn't have to fit real life at all.

Talented actors make it their mission for it to look realistic and transport viewers deep into their make-believe world.

Natasha has been trained at the prestigious New York Film Academy, so we're sure bae's got this.

Last year, Briefly.co.za reported that the beauty opened up about experiencing racism at the hands of her Russian roommate while in New York.

Despite the challenges, Natasha graduated with flying colours and returned to Mzansi to reprise her role on The Queen and score a major endorsement deal with Garnier.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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