Mandla N Opens Up About ‘DiepCity’ Ending, Filmmaker Says They Discovered New Talent: “We Launched Careers”

Mandla N Opens Up About ‘DiepCity’ Ending, Filmmaker Says They Discovered New Talent: “We Launched Careers”

  • Mzansi filmmaker Mandla N opened up about DiepCity coming to an end after he and his crew created the story from scratch
  • The Black Brain Pictures creative director said he is proud because they launched careers and trained directors and writers
  • The show's viewers took to Mandla N's comment section and applauded him and his cast and crew for a job well done

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DiepCity has come to an end. Black Brain Creative Director Mandla N took to his timeline to open up about the show's recent wrap.

Mandla N directed 'DiepCity'
Mandla N opened up about the end of ‘DiepCity’. Image: @mandla_n
Source: Instagram

Mandla N says DiepCity launched careers

Mandla N shared that he's proud of everyone who contributed to the show, adding that they built DiepCity from scratch. The actor and filmmaker shared that they launched many careers in the telenovela.

Taking to his Instagram timeline, Mandla N said they discovered new talent and trained directors, writers, and producers.

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"That gives me peace in knowing that as much as the show has come to an end, we launched careers.”

TshisaLIVE reports that he further shared that he'll forever be grateful for the passion and hard work every single cast and crew member put into the story. In his lengthy post, he also thanked the viewers for watching all the episodes of the show.

Mzansi applauds Mandla N for coming up with a great DiepCity storyline

The viewers of the show praised Mandla N and his cast and crew for a great show. They said that they'll miss watching their favourite show.

simmynkabinde wrote:

"Can we please have a soundtrack album, music alone here was impactful."

takie_ndou commented:

"This is actually the Only TV Show I could watch and I am so Sad it has come to an end. the production and talent here were super Amazing."

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"Well Done !!! We want more !!! We want more!!!"

selloramolahloane wrote:

"My first TV writing and storyline opportunity was granted to me by this production. I will forever be grateful to you and @mpuzar for that. @blackbrain_sa is indeed mining the talent of Mzansi. Keep up the good work my brother."

missjoanm added:

"It was absolutely amazing. We are sad it has ended..."

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