April 21, 2024

Actress, Sasha B Ekama unleashes unique artistry in “Sasha of Lagos”

By Ayo Oikoyi

Prepare to be dazzled as Nollywood luminary Sasha B Ekama, also known as Blessing Akpevwe Ekama, gears up to unleash her captivating tale, “SASHA OF LAGOS,” onto the silver screen later this year.

With an illustrious career spanning from her early days as a model and beauty queen to her remarkable achievements as an actress and entrepreneur, Sasha’s journey epitomizes resilience, talent, and unwavering determination.

Hailing from Delta State, Sasha’s childhood in Warri laid the foundation for her eventual ascent to stardom. Relocating to Lagos in pursuit of her dreams in 2010, she carved her path with sheer grit and perseverance, becoming a beacon of inspiration for countless aspiring artists.

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Educated at Maryland Group of Schools and Yaba College of Technology, Sasha honed her craft while obtaining her HND, setting the stage for a remarkable career in the entertainment industry.

Her cinematic repertoire reads like a testament to her versatility and prowess, with memorable roles in acclaimed productions such as “Okon & Evil Girls,” “Silent Rebel,” “Entrapped Series,” and many more.

Noteworthy accolades, including nominations for Best New Actor and prestigious awards like Miss Tourism Award and AHIA Award, underscore Sasha’s undeniable impact on Nollywood.

As the CEO of SABEMEDIATV and Fruit of Nature Nigeria, Sasha’s entrepreneurial spirit shines bright, propelling her to new heights of success and influence within and beyond the film industry. Now, with “SASHA OF LAGOS,” Sasha B Ekama promises an unforgettable cinematic experience, offering audiences a glimpse into her remarkable journey with a narrative that promises to captivate hearts and minds alike.

Directed by the creative movie director Magnus Oku and line produced by a team of industry veterans, Sasha of Lagos takes center stage, poised to leave an indelible mark on the landscape of Nigerian cinema.