- Master KG and Nomcebo Zikode's Jerusalema will soon be made into a dance film
- Mzansi actors and film crews are reportedly preparing to shoot the film about Jerusalema on Heritage Day
- Jerusalema has sparked a global dance craze amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the film will be centered around the success of the global dance phenomenon
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Master KG and Nomcebo Zikode's Jerusalema will soon be made into a feature film. Mzansi actors and film crews have reportedly united to produce the Jerusalema dance film. The song, released towards the end of 2019, has helped millions of people across the world keep the Covid-19 blues away.
The hot track has sparked a global dance craze with people from all over the world participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge. The movie will be shot on Heritage Day, 24 September.
President Cyril Ramaphosa recently encouraged the citizens of Mzansi to participate in the #JerusalemaChallenge on Heritage Day. During this public holiday, South Africans are encouraged to celebrate their culture and the diversity of their beliefs and traditions.
Variety reports that the film will be shot over two days on a custom-built set at Cape Town Film Studios. It will consist of two elements: a scripted narrative and a mass dance sequence. In the latter, performers will dance to Jerusalema.
Jerusalema's music video is doing well in terms of hits on YouTube. It has garnered over 147 million views on the video-sharing app since it was uploaded in December, 2019.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntando Duma posted a cool clip of her granny doing the on Instagram. Ntando and her gran are apparently preparing for the #JerusalemaChallenge on Heritage Day after President Cyril Ramaphosa recently called on Mzansi to participate in the challenge during the important holiday.
SA is preparing to show the world how to properly do the Jerusalema dance on 24 September. Most peeps are polishing up on their dance moves since Heritage Day is only a few days away.
Ntando is also one of those people who are making sure that everyone in their families is ready to participate in Master KG and Nomcebo's #JerusalemaChallenge. The Queen actress shared the video of herself teaching her granny the popular Jerusalema dance. The star captioned the post:
"Here’s something to cheer you up on a Saturday afternoon."
Mzansi celebs such as Connie Ferguson, Unathi, Bontle Modiselle and Moozlie, among others, took to Ntando's comment section to praise her for teaching her gran the dance. The star's followers also shared their reactions to the clip.