TOBI BALOGUN, (Chris Attoh) a 35 year old, naturalist doctor, and son to RTD. POLICE SERGEANT, ABU BALOGUN, (Dele Odule) is in love, and ready to marry NANCY OKEZIE, (Toyin Abraham) 30, daughter of DONALD OKEZIE, (Charles Inojie) an old-school LAWYER. However, trouble starts after they secretly get engaged, and introduce each other to their families.

Donald Okezie remembers Abu Balogun as an unrepentant liar who scuttled his biggest lawsuit, and coupled with the fact that Tobi is a naturalist doctor, which Donald terms as a herbalist, he decides to prevent his daughter from marrying Tobi.

Abu Balogun remembers Donald as the man who snatched his first love and wife, then frustrated his promotion. Hence he decides not only to separate his son from the Nancy, but also punish Donald for his past sins.

Tobi and Nancy are never aware of the quiet but raging battle between their parents. All they notice is that both parents readily agree on anything and everything that pushes the marriage away, or even cancel it. Tobi and Nancy begin to suspect each other for the stalemate, accusing each other of unconfirmed infidelity and unfaithfulness.

The children finally decide to go their separate ways, but information soon comes into the open, revealing the parents have been the stumbling block to their union.

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    December 30, 2016
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Charles Uwagbai is an award winning media producer and director. He has a vast experience in media production, directing, editing, and animation. His works include high-rated TV/radio commercials, documentaries, reality shows and movies, among others.
Charles Uwagbai has been reckoned for bringing projects from concept to reality, with a passion for turning the best ideas into shows and movies that entertain and inspire. He is highly respected in the corporate and entertainment industry for his strong sense of visual aesthetics, exceptional creativity, expertise in motion pictures as well as his passion for 3D multimedia designs. He is a skilled editor experienced in creative development, production and post-production of computer animation, flash and digital effects projects for film and television. Charles Uwagbai, a graduate of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, is the C.E.O of creative unit multi-media Ltd, Lagos. Having acquired training in Innovative Brand Experience, he is adept at growing brand equity through the ways he communicates inspiring brand stories via out-of-the-box media productions. He has consulted for numerous top-notch clients which include: Airtel, Glo, MNET, Strategic Outcomes, FlyKite Productions ltd , Cosse TTL. ,among others.
Charles Uwagbai is one of the leading figures in new Nollywood (a new standard in Nollywood which places emphasis on remarkable storyline, production quality, top-tier acts and equipment). Movies he produced and directed includes Okoro ‘The Prince[1][2]’ , The Black Silhouette[3] [4]and Breathless have earned loads of recognition. Okoro ‘The Prince’ movie was nominated for African Movie Academy Award AMAA and the Zulu African Film Awards ZAFAA and won Best Actor at the ZAFAA The Black Silhouette got nomination for Golden Icons Award in Houston Texas, USA. Breathless bagged three nominations;This include a nomination at the fifth Annual Nollywood and African Films Critics' Awards (NAFCA) also known as the African Oscars, with Mike Ezuruonye [5]being nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in the classic movie. Breathless, through Mike Ezuruonye’s role, got a nomination for Best Actor Drama (TV/Series) at the 2016 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA), while Nwachukwu, was nominated for the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. He also produced and directed films Bro Jekwu (Shot in Nigeria, Kenya & Tanzania), Just Drive and most recently Esohe with Jimmy Jean-Louis[6] , Chris Attoh, Desmond Elliot and many others.

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