Sophie Ndaba makes peace with Mfundi Vundla
Sophie Ndaba (Instagram)
Johannesburg - Hold your breath! Could we see a return to Generations for Queen?
Actress Sophie Ndaba, who played the role of Queen on the original Generations, has apparently reached out to Generations creator Mfundi Vundla, after much bitter fighting and public lashings.
According to Sunday World, Sophie Ndaba, who was one of the 16 actors who took Mfundi Vundla to court to challenge their dismissal last year, has become the latest member of the "Gen-16" to pull out of the court battle.
"He (Mfundi) not only gave me an opportunity to be part of the old Generations, he is an expert in what he is doing," she told the paper.
Sophie has followed the example of pal Winnie Ntshaba, who earlier this year extended her own olive branch to Mfundi (read more about that HERE).
So what does this all mean for the Gen-16? Well, with continuous delays and support waning by the day, we won't be surprised if the entire court battle soon collapses.
Still, Sophie says she wouldn't mind working with Mfundi.
"It's a small world, you never know what the future holds for you," she says. She also suggested that she would most likely work with Mfundi on her new production ventures.
So, maybe a Generations spin-off starring and co-produced by Sophie and Mfundi? We'll have to wait and see.