Movie Review: Bimbo Ademoye and Kunle Remi’s n*de scene ruined Anikulapo.

Anikulapo, Kunle Afolayan’s profoundly expected film, appeared on Netflix recently, and we are here to present to you the audit of the film.

Anikulapo, a movie Kunle Afolayan created and coordinated Anikulapo, which portrays Yoruba culture while following a man escaping the grasp of death. It was roused by Ifayemi Elebuibon.

Saro, a voyaging garments weaver, was pounded into the ground for taking part in an extramarital entanglements with Alaafin’s most youthful spouse, Arolake, as per Anikulapo. Saro escapes with Arolake, expecting to begin a coexistence after Akala, a magical bird, gives him new life.

Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Sola Sobowale, Kunle Remi, Airhead Ademoye, Taiwo Hassan, Faithia Balogun, Adebayo Salami, Kareem Adepoju, Moji Olayiwola, and Aisha Lawal are the stars in Anikulapo.

Kunle Afolayan, a producer who is reeved in the magnificence of movie creation, coordinating, and acting, accomplished totally astounding work with Anikulapo, true to form.

Anikulapo is a delightful film that acquaints the worldwide audience with Yoruba culture; the discourse, portrayal, characters, subtleties, and quality were all superb, however as far as narrating, the film might have been cut somewhat more limited; it was excessively lengthy!

We scarcely came to the furthest limit of the film before it started to drag and, when it did, it was dull and left us with questions.

For instance, when the supposed Akala bird showed up to revive him, we didn’t know whether the bird genuinely needed to resurrect him or on the other hand assuming it was only Saro’s karma that kept him alive. It would have been fabulous assuming that the meaning of the baffling bird had been utilized all the more conspicuously in the film.
Additionally, for what reason was Anikulapo assaulted by the Sovereign? We had no clue about how their romantic tale created. We just saw her get him returning, assault him, and afterward remove their garments to have intercourse in the following scene with both of them; a totally superfluous scene of bareness that destroyed the film as we would like to think. We didn’t see them until the third scene.

Gracious, Airhead Ademoye owes her fans a clarification for going against herself in a meeting prior this year when she said, “Never! My dad is watching. “I can’t play a stripped or a simulated intercourse in any film.”

Likewise, for what reason did Saro open his eyes toward the end? Does this suggest that he is as yet alive?

It is actually important that the film’s illustrations are fixated on insatiability. Saro is cautioned from the very outset not to overdo it, however human ravenousness is a horrendous monster that won’t tune in until you are at absolute bottom or on your demise bed. Notwithstanding the admonitions, it caused him problems both before his demise and after he was allowed a second opportunity at life.

We cherished how Kunle Afolayan involved numerous veterans in the film, like Kareem Adepoju (Baba Wande), Taiwo Hassan (Ogogo), and others, as well as the newbie, Kunle Afolayan’s little girl, Eyiyemi Afolayan, who played the deceived princess.