Nigeria’s Blood Sisters series continues to make more acclaim even beyond the shores of the country. Per Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw, the crime thriller has sailed into the top charts across 30 countries.
Hours after it’s released, viewers share their respective opinions on the trending movie. There were many positive reviews as the audience applauded the cast and crew. While many believe that the movie is worth the hype, others dubbed it overrated.
Nonetheless, the movie has continued to make a name for its cast, with many people expressing their admiration for a job well done by new stars who have never been recognized in the movie sector before.
Days after its release, one of its stars, Kate Henshaw, took to social media to celebrate “Blood Sisters” becoming one of the top ten rated films in 30 countries worldwide.
Kate couldn’t contain the joy of reaching such a commendable height in less than a week of the movie’s release. She praised the entire cast, crew, scriptwriter, and production team for their contributions to the world-renowned Nollywood film.
The 50-year-old screen diva didn’t leave anyone out in her congratulatory text; it was a collective effort. “WE DID THIS” was the phrase she used in excitement.
The love from all across the world and especially Naija for #BloodSisters has been so overwhelming.. I have been on an emotional roller coaster… My goodness! cannot but give God all the glory.
Top 10 rated in over 30 countries across the globe!! Whaaaatt?!!
Special shout out to the lady @moabudu for the opportunity to be a part of this blockbuster. This is a WIN for Nollywood..
We RISE together, come what may
Nollywood is Ours!!
To my fellow cast, amazing crew, directors
@biyibandele @kennethgyang @ted_abudu (who brought the story) script writer, @naijaonnetflix, the PR team, Blogs, fans.. too numerous to mention..
WE DID THIS!
May the grace and favour of God remain .Amen.
The cast of the movie includes some well-known Nollywood pioneers. They are: Ini Dima-Okojie, Nancy Isime, Ramsey Nouah, Kate Henshaw, Gabriel Afolayan, Uche Jombo, Kehinde Bankole, Daniel Etim Effiong, Wale Ojo, and Deyemi Okanlawon.