Minnie Dlamini Jones, a media personality and TV star, has announced that her film “No Love Lost” will premiere on Valentine’s Day. The diva and sports presenter informed her Twitter and Instagram followers that it would take place on Valentine’s Day. Her film will be released on Showmax.
So excited to announce my film #NoLoveLost airs on Valentine’s Day ♥️ on @ShowmaxOnline
I can’t wait for you to all to see it. The cast is amazing and my crew really held it down!!!
A Beautiful Day Production 🎬#ExecutiveProducer 💎 pic.twitter.com/tc1JlZq0Nm
— Minnie Dlamini Jones (@MinnieDlamini) February 8, 2022
“I can’t wait for you to all to see it. The cast is amazing and my crew held it down.” remarked Minnie.
Lungile Radu, a co-host and friend, appears in the film. Before presenting Home Ground, Lungile appeared on Rhythm City as Sibusiso Vilakazi. He also created, directed, produced, and starred in the Vuzu reality series “Forever Young,” which follows the lives of himself and costars Siya Ngwekazi and Thomas Gumede as they pursue their dreams and follow their passions.
Lungile co-stars with Gagasi FM radio presenter Hope Mbele, who made her Shomax debut in Goodbye Gogo, a Shomax Drama starring Thembi Mtshali-Jones as the lead character. Pallance Dladla, best known for his role as Jabu Zungu in Mzansi Magic’s Soap Isibaya, and Zola Nombona, who is currently playing Pamela, a journalist on SABC1’s Generations the Legacy, are also set to appear in the film.
The impressive talented actors and actresses in the film depict a love story of Amahle’s romantic anniversary retreat that turns odd when she runs into her ex and his new girlfriend who is her friend. They end up going on a series of double dates, which revive feelings she considered lost forever.
Followers congratulated Minnie on a job well done, writing on Twitter: “‘Well done! I was really curious about what was next for you. Filmmaking is ideal for you. I’ve always thought of you as more of a production room person than the one in front of the camera. Congratulations.”
Minnie was commended by her fans on the job well done. Writing on Twitter, they said, “‘Well done! I was really curious about what was next for you. Filmmaking is ideal for you. I’ve always thought of you as more of a production room person than the one in front of the camera. Congratulations.”
Minnie is also no weirder to acting; she is a great entertainer who surfaced as Miranda in Generations in 2010. Following that, we saw her in the lead role of Zintle Lebone in the soap opera “The Wild.” She also co-starred with Boity Thulo in “Rockville” as Nosipho Bogatsu.
Other celebrities congratulated her on Instagram. Ayanda Borotho, author of Unbecoming to Become, congratulated Ndlovukazi: “Congratulations Ndlovukazi! “Zikhala ngempela ke manje.”
“Congratulations my love. Can’t wait to watch!’’ actress Terry Pheto commented.
Also, Amanda DuPont commented, “A major move, supporting you all the way up.”