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Dineo Ranaka lands role in new movie

2014-06-07 09:00
Johannesburg - TV presenter/actress Dineo Ranaka has landed a role in the much publicised new movie Tell Me Sweet Something.

Production on the film has recently commenced in Maboneng Precinct in Johannesburg. The movie will be directed by Nigerian writer/director Akin Omotoso and produced by will Robbie Thorpe.

Starring alongside Dineo is male model, Maps Maponyane.

Tell Me Sweet Something tells the story of Moratiwa, an aspiring writer who owns and runs a bookstore in Johannesburg. The bookstore, similar to her love life, is not experiencing much success. This all changes when she meets and falls in love with the unlikeliest candidate in the world, Nat (Maps Maponyane) a male model, that has never read a book in his life and is desperate to be loved for his mind not his body. Against the odds, they become romantically involved but then Sashi, Nat’s now pregnant ex-girlfriend, shows up and sets off a chain of romantic complications into motion.

Other cast members include comedian Kagiso Lediga, actor/TV presenter Thomas Gumede , singer Thembi Seete, Mandisa Bardill, and Thishiwe Ziqubu.

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