In this Season of Love, We Pick Some Top Nollywood Movies on Love

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Love is mostly a beautiful story, even when it does not end well. It comes with intrigues, passion and sometimes the sadness that comes with broken hearts. Over the years, Nollywood has delivered so many love stories that we are spoilt with endless options.

Today’s Valentine, a day for celebration of Love, we pick some top Nollywood movies with the theme of love – in no particular order.

 

Tango with Me

A newly married couple, Lola and Uzo’s lives seem to be perfect, until their happiest day becomes their worst nightmare.

Written by Femi Kayode. Produced and directed by Mahmood Ali-Balogun.

Watch the trailer below.

 

The Wedding Party

Romantic comedy that sees a couple’s lavish wedding plan turns into a nightmare but in the end, love wins. It made a Nollywood box office record.

It was directed by Kemi Adetiba.

Watch the trailer below:

 

Royal Hibiscus Hotel

Royal Hibiscus Hotel is an Ebony Life Films movie, produced by Temitayo and directed by Ishaya Bako. RBH is a romantic comedy about a couple, Segun and Rose Adeniyi. Rose runs a boutique hotel in Lagos, Nigeria. And Segun, in his desperation decides to sell the hotel without his wife’s knowledge, as a way of settling all their debts.

Watch the trailer below:

 

Being Mrs. Elliot

A romantic comedy featuring Lara, who had everything going well for her, until a suspicious business trip leads to a mix-up and changes everything.

Co-produced and directed by Nnamdi Oboli and Omoni Oboli.

Watch the trailer below:

 

Falling

Muna’s love for her husband, Imoh, is put to the test when an accident lands him in a deep coma and a new man walks into her life.

Produced by Uduak Isong and directed by Niyi Akinmolayan

Watch the trailer here:

 

Isoken

Osayande family is worried about her life because even though she appears to have a perfect life, she is unmarried.

Produced & Directed by Jadesola Osiberu.

Watch the trailer here:

 

Forgetting June

It tells the story of a young happily married couple (the most beautiful and admirable in town) who are seriously in love. Suddenly the wife gets into a fatal accident, that torn them apart.

Produced by Emem Isong, Uduak Oguamanam Isong, and directed by Ikechukwu Onyeka.

Watch the clip here:

 

Fifty

In Lagos, Nigeria, four successful women on the verge of clocking the golden age of 50 take stock of their lives and loves over the course of one week.

Produced by Tope Oshin Ogun and directed by Biyi Bandele.

Watch the trailer here:

 

The Meeting

Director: Mildred Okwo, Producers: Rita Dominic, Mildred Okwo

Makinde is at the mercy of political patronage when he tries to secure a government contract. In Abuja while waiting to meet with a government minister, he meets and falls in love with a serving Youth Corps member.

Watch the trailer below:

 

Which ones did we leave out? Add yours in the comment section.


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