- Refilwe's Modiselle's new international movie, White Gold, is set to get rolled out soon
- The film's trailer was revealed four months ago and it looks like an absolute must-see
- The movie follows the story of an albino woman who was targeted by ritualists for her body parts
- Refilwe hinted that she's looking forward to becoming a mom one day as she posted a pic from the movie set
The eldest of the Modiselle sisters, Refilwe Modiselle, is taking centre stage in an international film titled White Gold.
The film was written and directed by UK based filmmaker Luke Bradford.
White Gold follows the tragic sequence of events that leads to Mansa, played by Refilwe, getting an arm mutilated by ritualists.
Mansa then makes it her mission to save others from the same fate.
Refilwe recently posted a picture of herself on the movie set, surrounded by three young albino actors.
The star posted an inspirational message that encouraged her fans to forge ahead with their dreams, regardless of age or obstacles.
She wrote, "Babies, don’t ever let the world dictate your dreams for you, whatever they may be. In whatever life presents TO YOU, FOR YOU, in any sphere. I’ve always been a soul with big dreams -some crazy as ever. To this day, I still dream these wild dreams. It doesn’t matter how much older I get, even with challenges, obstacles and naysayers. I still continue to be a manifestation of the seeds planted in me because of purpose. The journey was never easy, still isn’t, but I have to remind myself of why I do what I do, in whatever that I touch. That’s what VISIONARIES do!
Refilwe added, "P.S I’m going to make a super mom one day."
The film is inspired by a true event that took place in Tanzania, East Africa and will be entered in a host of international film festivals in the upcoming year.
Last month, Briefly.co.za reported that Refilwe was bursting with pride over having made the Tropics Magazine’s 2020 African Doers List.
The star has always maintained that she plans on doing big things in entertainment regardless of her skin condition.
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