- Mzansi businesswoman and actress, Bonnie Mbuli will be staring in an upcoming Blockbuster movie called, barakat
- Taking to social media to share the awesome news, Bonnie explained who her character Gwen is and what she is about
- Fans and friends took to the comment section to let Bonnie know how proud they are of her and how excited they
Mzansi businesswoman and actress, Bonnie Mbuli just bagged herself a lit new role in an upcoming Blockbuster movie called, barakat.
Taking to social media to share the awesome news, Bonnie expressed her gratitude and let us in on what her character Gwen is like. Gwen looks to be a woman of many words who brings spice to the movie.
Bonnie also let people know that the film will be in cinemas on 14 May 2021.
“Gwen is completely out of the Davids fold but has come to love the family as her own. In no way blind to the subtle stabs of discrimination from some members of the family, she nevertheless loves Zaid deeply. Strong-willed and headstrong, Gwen knows what she wants, and knows exactly when to draw the line with Zaid. #BarakatMovie launching in cinemas nationwide soon. @sterkinekor from 13 May 2021. @numetro & Independent Cinemas 14 May 2021.”
Fans and friends took to the comment section to let Bonnie know how proud they are of her and how excited they are to see the movie.
@unathi.co: “SHE did it AGAIN❤️❤️❤️YHHHHEEEESSSS Bonnz. From Disney to Sterkinekor.”
@coco_cs12: “Can’t wait to watch ❤️”
@redcarpetct: “ Power woman you are.”
@naylor_jessica: “Can't wait !”
Briefly News previously reported that Bonnie Mbuli, South African actress, is making her fans and country proud on the international stage. Bonnie is part of an upcoming series that is expected to be thrilling and exciting, Noughts and Crosses.
The show is an adaptation of a book series with the same name and plays out in an alternate universe. Here, the black 'Cross' people are dominant over the white 'Noughts'.
Bonnie will play the role of Jasmine Hadley, mother to Minerva Hadley and Sephy Hadley. The actress stars alongside other big stars such as Peaky Blinders actor Jack Rowan. The first episode of Noughts and Crosses will air on 5 March on BBC One.
Taking to social media, Bonnie shared the exciting news with her fans and followers.
"For all the things we might have had and all the things we’re never going to have' ... Love is never black and white."
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