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Dazzling Mirage Movie - Bellanaija - November 2014

See some of the stars of Dazzling Mirage, a movie produced by the Tunde Kelani.

This movie is a movement that aims to raise awareness about the sickle cell condition and to help people make better informed decisions.

“Dazzling Mirage” is set to premiere on Friday 7th November 2014 at Muson Centre Onikan, Lagos with special guest appearance by the Governor of Lagos state, Babatunde Raji Fashola and a host of other A-list personalities.

The movie is an adaptation of Yinka Egbokhare’s novel of the same title, written by Ade Solanke and produced by Tunde Kelani.

This event is strictly by invitation!

Date: Friday 7th November 2014
Time: 5PM
Venue: Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos

You watch the trailer below!

This premiere is proudly sponsored by Lagos state government, Still Earth Limited, Top Tea, Promasidor, Access Bank and powered by Mainframe Productions and Brooks & Blake.

Media partners; Africa Movie Channel (AMC), Thisday, Guardian, Business Day, Goldmyne and E24-7.

For more information visit: www.dazzlingmirage.com or www.facebook.com/TundeKelaniMainframe
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2 Comments

  1. cicimileko

    November 6, 2014 at 10:23 am

    may Jehovah see us through the dark ally of life and for those of us that are fortunately blessed with good health, may one less pain move us to do more than complain and as we put our intentions into actions to help out as much as we can, may our out-stretched open palms continue receiving as much as we are giving; and as long as we breath the FREE fresh air, MAY WE CONTINUE TO PAY IT FORWARD!

  2. http:xplorenollywood.blogspot.com

    November 6, 2014 at 2:28 pm

    Nice initiative and i am looking forward to attending. My worry with TK though, it seems like most of his productions have a yoruba cast like it was initially meant to be a yoruba production, but he changed his mind and decided to do english. But hey, it doesnt take anything away from the message though and i encourage all those affected or not to see this.

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