- Sharon Seno plays Marang on Muvhango and some fans are unimpressed with her acting
- Sharon had to execute a scene that required great emotion in the soapie last night and fans felt that she did not deliver
- Social media users also expressed that they are not very happy with how the show's storyline is going
Mzansi actress Sharon Seno has been playing Marang on the soapie Muvhango for a while now but fans are still questioning her acting capability. Last night on the show, Marang had to do the unthinkable.
The scene required great emotion, as she was about to shoot her fiancé because she thought he was an intruder in the soapie. In the shot, she hides her face, and fans were disappointed at the lack of emotion shown by her.
Sharon had an interesting come up in the industry and explicitly said that she would never sleep her way to the top. The actress worked very hard to get to where she is and has absolutely no shame about it.
In Muvhango, Sharon's character is Marang who is in a relationship with James Motsamai, played by Dingaan Khumalo. Her character has also been in a relationship with the notorious KK.
Fans also took the opportunity to express their disappointment at how the storyline in the soapie is going. Have a look at some of the reactions below:
"You have destroyed KK's character with this script."
"Muvhango is getting pathetic and irritating at this point. What are you guys doing?"
"No. No. No. This storyline is disgusting. Argh."
In other Mzansi television news, Briefly.co.za reported that Idols SA announced a new season and Mzansi is unimpressed. Idols SA took to social media on Monday, 25 January to announce that they will open auditions for Season 17 online in 5 days.
The singing competition shared that they'll open their website soon for the biggest online audition aimed at keeping contestants safe amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mzansi social media users took to Idols SA's comment section on Twitter and expressed their dissatisfaction that the show is coming back again this year. Idols SA wrote on the micro-blogging platform.
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