Ghanaian actress and movie producer Zynnell Zuh believes the Ghanaian movie industry has taken a nosedive.
Speaking to KOD on The Zone the ‘Adams Apple’ actress said “well is true, that the industry is on a serious decline and it is because of so many reasons.”
According to Zuh, most movie producers have folded up businesses due to poor sale.
“I think the dynamics have changed, but when you produce movies that do not have the crossover appeal you can’t market to other countries. It’s a marketing thing,” she noted.
Asked by KOD if Kumahood has taken over the movie industry from the ‘glam movies’, she said “they have their own challenges, they may not tell you, but I mean it’s very evident they have taken over, there are more movies produced in Kumahood than the English.”
Known for slaying red carpet events, Zynnell noted that the fashion industry has given make-up artists, photographers, and fashion designers jobs.
Her pronouncement follows Yvonne Nelson’s comments about slay queens and kings on red carpets.
Nelson on her twitter handle said “the industry has so lost its way and they can’t even see it, they all going in that direction. Dressing up to be posted on SM.”