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Kannywood Movie Review: SABUWAR SANGAYA
« on: April 08, 2014, 07:20:10 AM »
Kannywood Movie Review: SABUWAR SANGAYA


Director:       Aminu Saira
Producer:      Mukhtar Young Boy
Language:     Hausa
Year:            2014
Company:      Kabugawa Production, Kano

Background
Only a few of the Kannywood productions, especially in these days, attract the attention of the audience and a fewer are awaited before their release. Sabuwar Sangaya scored both credits. This is however apparently connected to its title affinity with the famous film with a similar title: Sangaya, and whose song of the same name became a landmark success for both the Hausa filmmakers and the film-making industry. The ‘old’ Sangaya was produced by the recently revived studio, Sarauniya Production and directed by Aminu Muhammad Sabo, an erstwhile leading figure in Kannywood. But does this ‘new’ Sangaya satiate the thirst of the audience? Does it meet their expectation? Will it follow on the path of its ‘elder brother’? Here is what I think.

Plot
Sabuwar Sangaya is basically a romantic-horror film. Set in remote Fulani clusters, it begins with the much hyped Rahama Sadau as Jimmala and the soft-spoken Sadiq Sani Sadiq as Jimrau being chased by some lightly armed men. The duos are on a mission to elope, for their marriage proposal is denied by the father of Jimmala. He is of the belief that his aspiring son-in-law was not a legitimate son of his father as Jimrau’s mother was abducted and allegedly raped on their wedding day. Eventually destiny takes the lovebirds to a nearby plague-ridden village, which...

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