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Zolisa Xaluva speaks on the late Menzi Ngubane

Zolisa Xaluva speaks on the late Menzi Ngubane

Zolisa Xaluva considers the late actor Menzi Ngubane to be one of the best actors he’s ever worked with.

In a recent interview with Podcast Chill, the actor who once appeared in Gomora stated that people such as Vusi Kunene, Moshidi Motshegwa, and Michelle Botes are among the very finest in the profession, and that they would be famous actors in Mzansi if the country had a film industry.

Zolisa Xaluva speaks on the late Menzi Ngubane

Ngubs: The Life and Times of Menzi ‘Ngubs’ Ngubane, the long-awaited documentary that Ngubane has been working on, is now available.

“I adored the level of intensity and dedication that Menzi Ngubane brought to each and every character he has ever played. I had the opportunity to work alongside the guy and see him go about his thing. The thing about Menzi is, in contrast to the majority of actors who simply read their parts, Menzi knew their lines for the following week. He never accomplished anything in a haphazard or half-hearted manner. That right there is dedication.

The actor suffered a stroke at home on March 13, 2021, which ultimately led to his death. He was 56.

On Sunday, members of the actor’s family and close friends came together at Nu Metro Hyde Park to pay tribute to the late star during a premiere with a red and black color scheme. They did this in an effort to perpetuate the actor’s memory.

Sikelelwa Ngubane, Menzi’s widow, stated in an interview with TshisaLIVE that viewers of the documentary would gain a better understanding of her husband’s life, from his days as a little boy to his status as a household name, husband, father, and friend.

“It is going to be a difficult journey for everyone, particularly at the conclusion when I describe exactly how he went away… It took me back to how he passed away because he was at home. It took me back to the point where I was so angry because there were a lot of things going on leading up to the death of my husband, she said. “It took me back to the point where I was so angry because there were a lot of things going on leading up to my husband’s death.”

The documentary Ngubs — The Life and Times of Menzi ‘ngubs’ Ngubane, which was directed by Menzi Ngubeni and has been eagerly anticipated for a long time, may now be viewed.

The actor suffered a stroke at his home on March 13, 2021, which ultimately led to his death. He was 56.

The film, which chronicles his life and the final moments of his life, is scheduled to debut in select Nu Metro theatres across the country from September 2 to September 4.

On Sunday, a memorial premiere honoring the late star, with a color scheme of red and black, was held at Nu Metro Hyde Park. Family and close friends were in attendance.

In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Menzi’s widow, Sikelelwa Ngubane, said that people would learn more about his life from the time he was a young boy until he became a household name as well as a husband, father, and friend. She said that people would learn more about his life from the time he was a young boy until

“It is going to be a difficult journey for everyone, particularly at the conclusion when I describe exactly how he went away… “It took me back on how he passed away because he was at home. It took me back to the point where I was so angry because there were a lot of things going on leading up to the death of my husband,” she said after watching the final edit. “It took me back to the point where I was so angry because there were a lot of things going on leading up to my husband’s death.”

Sikelelwa expressed that she hoped her husband could be present to witness how their desire was brought to life, despite the fact that she was thrilled to see his goal finally come true.

“I was delighted about it, but it made me sad at the same time since dad is not here to see it through the way he had envisioned it,” she said. It was nothing but a wild ride through a range of feelings.

“It has far exceeded what I could have hoped for. This was initially a promise that I had made to my husband, and it was challenging since the majority of the things we had to do ourselves because we had no funding at all. They made it a priority to turn my husband’s dream into a reality because they knew how important it was to him.

The pricing of the tickets to watch the documentary have been reduced, and they now range between R39 and R50.

Melanie Williams, who is the senior marketing manager for Nu Metro Cinemas, expressed her happiness at the opportunity to contribute to the continuation of the Menzi tradition.

It is only fair that we honor the timeless work of artists who have played a significant role in shaping the artistic and cultural landscape of the local community.

She remarked, “Menzi Ngubane’s name is included and remembered on that list of luminaries and Nu Metro is honored and happy to be the host of this illustrious film festival in our cinemas.” “Menzi Ngubane’s name is included and remembered on that list of luminaries.”

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