Seamless Cut Presents An Astonishing Sequel From The Film “Kuyafiwa Ezulwini”

Following a great success of the film ‘Kuyafiwa Ezulwini,’ Seamless Cut presents their first ever film. Kuyafiwa Es’hogweni is a sequel from the comedy film ‘Kuyafiwa Ezulwini’, a story about a guy who felt so adamant on being “God’s Favourite” and is confused why he was sent to Hell.

Seamless Cut is led by three young creatives who are MultiChoice Talent Factory South Africa Alumni. The film is written by the producer/writer, Nomvuselelo Dlamini and the creative writer-director Lunga Mazi Molema.Their vision is to provide broadcasters with creative ranged entertaining content/creation to expand the choice of the viewer. And with Kuyafiwa Es’hogweni they bring to the viewer’s screen a thrilling comedy film, featuring the lead actor (Vusi Tshabalala) played by TaFire Deli.

TaFire plays a leading role of ‘Vusi Tshabalala’, a recovering criminal-deviant and turned praise-and-worship keyboard player. However after church, behind closed doors, Vusi also finds his arms deep in the church’s collection basket.

In an interview with Showbizscope Online Magazine, TaFire revealed that he had a great time while working on the production as this was his first leading role in a film.

It’s been something I had been praying for since a very young age hey especially watching all these cool movies as a kid and seeing how cool main characters are. Basically now I qualify as a cool guy and who doesn’t want to be cool?” said TaFire.

The film will make its first debut on Saturday, 23 January 2021 on DSTV channel 161 at 20:30 pm.

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