‘Knockout’, a comic thriller, featuring 11 top Nollywood superstars, is set to hit Nigeria cinemas on April 19.
The film, produced by Wale Adenuga Productions and directed by Patience Oghre, features leading Nollywood stars Chiwetalu Agu, Toyin Abraham, Patience Ozokwor (Mama G), and Odunlade Adekola.
Other cast include iconic actress Sola Sobowale, Ngozi Nwosu, Jide Kosoko, Segun Arinze, Desmond Elliot, Hafiz Oyetoro, and Ali Nuhu.
‘Knockout’ also features popular comedians Kenny Blaq, Charles Okocha, Woli Arole, Gbenga Adeyinka, and Klint Da Drunk.
A group of people from different walks of life were sent into a hilarious frenzy, after which they devise mischievous means to participate in the competition, with firm eyes on the prize.
The ‘clumsy boxer’ they choosed and the crazy characters they meet along the way sparked off the intrigues that characterizes ‘Knockout’. (NNN)
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