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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #75 on: September 03, 2007, 12:07:26 PM »
Apparently its a marketing ploy, they made copies of a cheap american porn flick and labelled it "mansura sex movie" or something to ride the wave of the hiyana saga. Shegu kenan!

Pardon me but I hadta laugh at that.
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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #76 on: September 03, 2007, 02:48:46 PM »
Ummmm ;D Kai... Allah sawwaka, ashe haka kuma aka shiga sharri da kage? I only hope that our women should be more careful in dealing with others. It may not be off the line if one advises them to get married before it is too late. This "fim" doesn't seem to suit our culture, or does it? :o

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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #77 on: September 03, 2007, 03:21:37 PM »
Ummmm ;D Kai... Allah sawwaka, ashe haka kuma aka shiga sharri da kage?:o

Tooooooo!!!, Ni gaskiya i did get this issue har yanzu, Wannan abin na Mansurah it means is a fake ajanda?

If yes! By how aka gane cewa is a fake? because in haka ne to yakamata kenan a binciki na Maryam ma kenan.

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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #78 on: September 03, 2007, 03:44:35 PM »
Tooooooo!!!, Ni gaskiya i did get this issue har yanzu, Wannan abin na Mansurah it means is a fake ajanda?

If yes! By how aka gane cewa is a fake? because in haka ne to yakamata kenan a binciki na Maryam ma kenan.
Yep, fake allright. You can even see the website's address on the edge of the screen. Though it was blurred. And another trademark logo on top. And it's a white man.

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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #79 on: September 03, 2007, 05:31:44 PM »
Tooooooo!!!, Ni gaskiya i did get this issue har yanzu, Wannan abin na Mansurah it means is a fake ajanda?

If yes! By how aka gane cewa is a fake? because in haka ne to yakamata kenan a binciki na Maryam ma kenan.
Yep, fake allright. You can even see the website's address on the edge of the screen. Though it was blurred. And another trademark logo on top. And it's a white man.

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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #80 on: September 03, 2007, 05:33:48 PM »
Shikenan!! theses ppl sun sami aikin yi, yazama jiki a wurinsu.
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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #81 on: September 03, 2007, 11:22:40 PM »
Sai ince ba mamaki, don kuwa lokaci da yawa zakaji mutane suna defending din yan film, cewa abinda sukeyi wai kwai kwayo ne kawai wanda ke burge society har ake saye.
Then sure yanzu sun kwai kwayo abinda zai kawo musu market fiye da their Indian wannabe films,  Allah ya taimake su kenan? 

Kuma nan gaba mai zasu kwai kwayo da sunan Hausa culture?  ???
Hhmmmmmmmmmm!!   :(
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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #82 on: September 21, 2007, 04:39:39 PM »
Ta faru ta kare, an yi wa mai dami daya sata!!!! Yanzu kam ta fito a fili abinda yan fim suke yi. Dama manya sun fadi cewa, yin fim ko shiryashi bai dace da musulmi ba, domin akwai cudanya mummuna tsakanin mata da maza...........Yan fim, ku nemi wani sanaa, ko ku yi aure!
So much dirt is coming out of the hausa fim industry without answers. Some people will certainly stop laughing to the banK! :'(

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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #83 on: September 21, 2007, 08:48:51 PM »
Sai ince ba mamaki, don kuwa lokaci da yawa zakaji mutane suna defending din yan film, cewa abinda sukeyi wai kwai kwayo ne kawai wanda ke burge society har ake saye.
Then sure yanzu sun kwai kwayo abinda zai kawo musu market fiye da their Indian wannabe films,  Allah ya taimake su kenan? 

Kuma nan gaba mai zasu kwai kwayo da sunan Hausa culture?  ???
Hhmmmmmmmmmm!!   :(
Lol that's me Myself, defending them..hehehehe!! Come to think of it, I STILL THINK THIS IS A STORM IN A TEA CUP!!!
I dont agree wai a daina wasan Hausa kwata kwata. Its an impossible thing to demand, right now or at any time in the future, unless we become like  Afghanistan in the time of the Taliban regime. Besides, this whole Hiyana hoolabaloo is an unfortunate event whereby wake daya kan bata gari. It is true that there is a lot that is wrong with the Hausa film industry, since in za abi ta kaidar musulunci ma, shi kansa yin wasan kwaikwayo ta duk yadda aka bullo shi, is considered haram, according to some mazhabs I believe, or the interpretations of certain hadeeths by some muallims. Amma kuma, before we diss the actors and lump them totally as societal dregs, we must remember that they generate work for a section of the youth that would otherwise be unemployed right now. They also provide entertainment for large section of the society, in a society where we have very few avenues of occupying our minds, other than keeping a majalisar abokai, or playing snooker, or watching league matches, or plain watching cable tv, which is an even bigger fitinah!! Kuma we must remember that the Hiyana affair was a PRIVATE affair that unfortunately became public knowledge. Remember that Allah Hides  millions of ppls' sins every day. Its like BKG said that if she hadnt been famous, it wouldnt  have been a matter of much interest  as he pointed out several incidences just as bad or even worse than that which occurred in Katsina, but were effectively hushed up. So in other words, it really has nothing to do with the Hausa films themselves than with the actors in their daily lives, which they were not acting out, and therefore should not be confused with their screen personas or what ever.

It is true however that Maryam should have been a role model for the society of other girls. Even here, I cant fault her because how many ppl can we really genuinely count as role models in this society of ours? Wai menene baya faruwa a Abuja ne? isnt the capital a hotbed of sinful actions?
Kwanakin baya ji nake a BBC lecturers were taken to task for trading marks for female services ko ba hakaba?  I do remember writing to the Beeb Hausa section to complain of the unfair treatment of lecturers at the hands of Ibrahim Dosara bcos he claimed that malaman Jamia were responsible for the lalacewar yara a society, while to my mind, any lalacewa was a product of a bad and shaky foundation from the home turf..... kowa dai da laifin sa at any rate.  Kuma kwananan a ka kama wa'yan su samari 'yan daudu a Bauchi, right? Then what about the 'yan madugu? etc etc...

We shouldnt penalize 'yan wasan hausa enmasse for the mistakes of a few of them. They should be reprimanded quite rightly and suspended whatever... but they shouldnt be made the scapegoats of the societal ills and truly speaking, they are just acting out what society is all about presently and unfortunately, their private lives spill over when they should really be more careful how they conduct themselves at all times. Having said that, I am not condoning what maryam did, just empathizing with her.. we all make mistakes even terribly costly ones.

Did anybody hear about Adam Zango, wani film actor who is currently in jail over the matter of producing a  collection of Hausa songs and dances. I was flabbergasted to hear that. Wai wannan kwamitin what ever they are, basu san abin da sukeyi ba truly. They are just making a scapegoat of someone so as to be seen to be doing something. I cant see what is wrong with producing a cd of popular hausa movie songs and dances. I mean its not as if it contains any explicit material.  I am glad that the movie industry is shaking the stupor of the Hiyana fiasco off its back and taking action against the imprisonment of one of its members.. Haba.. Dan Allah kada abin yashige gona da iri kuma mana. In ana so a kama wani da laifi, don Allah su je su cabke patricia ette.. her actions will eventually impact negatively on millions of Nigerians, amma an zauna akan small fry...irin su   actors wa'yanda a kalla dai kudin da suke samu ba sato shi su ke yi ba, kuma bai taka kara ya karya ba, in an hada shi da na patricia ette..
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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #84 on: September 23, 2007, 01:53:40 AM »
Did anybody hear about Adam Zango, wani film actor who is currently in jail over the matter of producing a  collection of Hausa songs and dances. I was flabbergasted to hear that. Wai wannan kwamitin what ever they are, basu san abin da sukeyi ba truly. They are just making a scapegoat of someone so as to be seen to be doing something. I cant see what is wrong with producing a cd of popular hausa movie songs and dances. I mean its not as if it contains any explicit material.  I am glad that the movie industry is shaking the stupor of the Hiyana fiasco off its back and taking action against the imprisonment of one of its members.. Haba.. Dan Allah kada abin yashige gona da iri kuma mana. In ana so a kama wani da laifi, don Allah su je su cabke patricia ette.. her actions will eventually impact negatively on millions of Nigerians, amma an zauna akan small fry...irin su   actors wa'yanda a kalla dai kudin da suke samu ba sato shi su ke yi ba, kuma bai taka kara ya karya ba, in an hada shi da na patricia ette..

Jama'a, Sallama

I just want to provide further info about the Adam Zango affair. Earlier this year (2007) he released an MTV-style Music Video CD titled BAHAUSHIYA. It is the typical usual Lagos-style music video -- in fact watching it is straight out of Channel O -- nubile girls in tight fitting jeans and T-shirts shaking everything that could be shaken. So far so fine. It is a VCD that will appeal to the Lagos axis, and if he had played his card right, might even be played on Channel O.

His problem, however, was that he called it BAHAUSHIYA -- the Hausa Girl. He was arrested on the charges of casting asperations on an ethnic group -- the Hausa. The Federal and State censorship Board laws prohibit any artiste -- especially in Film, to cast asperation on any religious or ethnic group. According to the National Film and Video Censorship Board Law (Abuja), for a film to be accepted for public consumption,

a)   such a film has an educational or entertainment value, apart from promoting the Nigerian culture, unity and interest, and
b)   that such a film is not likely
i.   to undermine national security, or
ii.   to induce or reinforce the corruption of private or public morality, or
iii.   to encourage or glorify the use of violence, or
iv.   to expose the people of African heritage to ridicule or contempt, or
v.   to encourage illegal or criminal acts,
vi.   to encourage racial, religious or ethnic discrimination or conflict, or
vii.   by its contents to be blasphemous or obscene.


Remember, these rules are not the "Kano Taliban" rules -- they are Federal and enforced by the Federal censor. The SAME rules were adopted by the Kano State Censorship Board in 2001.

The Prosecutor's charges against Adam Zango's BAHAUSHIYA ALBUM were that by labeling the VCD Bahaushiya, the Hausa ethnic female was placed in bad light because she was mispresentated. Further, all the lyrics were in Hausa language -- further denoting an ethnic "misrepresentation".

That is the legal stuff. Let us look at the creative stuff. Right now as I am writing this (at 1.23 a.m.!) I am watching the VCD. I am not impressed. But then contemporary Hausa visual entertainment -- the films, the MTV music videos and the film soundtracks -- leave me extremely cold; but hey, that's me.

Be that as it may, however, the VCD falls into the category of "Hausawa ma na yin irin wannan" entertainment ethos -- show to the world that Hausa-speakers (if not Hausa ethnics) can also gyrate just like the Lagos axis musicians.  In fact I REFUSED to buy it (at 150 naira -- slightly more than a dollar) when a street vendor showed me a bunch of new Hausa CDs. I bought the Mai Dawayya CD, but rejected the Adam Zango VCD. Two days later, Adam Zango was arrested, the Bahaushiya Album VCD  banned. I immediately went looking for it (I and thousands of others who ignored it in the first instance). Had to bloody pay double for it. The point of my anectode is that I ignored the VCD the fist time I saw it because there was nothing offensive to me (beside being a media and censorship historian). As far as I am concerned, called it BAHAUSHIYA could simply mean it is a HAUSA song (as in "Bahaushiyar Waka"), not necessarily indicating that it is a representative depiction of Hausa girls. That was my initial interpretation -- and why I rejected it because to me Bahaushiyar Waka means something like Shata's Bakandamiya.

If there is anything offensive about the Bahaushiya Album it is that is awful. Pure plain and simple awful. Even the physical production is awful -- many missing portions, poor production, etc. So mediocre so mundane that I wonder how it can be considered a form of entertainment. Dan Kauye would certainly throw up on watching this :D. But producing an awful album is not a crime, is it; I mean ask 50 Cents!

But it must apparently mean lots of things to many people, because although the dude is in prison, his accountant is smiling all the way to the bank. He had ordered over 10,000 copies to be printed -- and all have sold out; although this happened AFTER he was arrested. The sales were a good publicity for him -- which made him more prominent than his lack of talent warrants. If I were the Censor, I would just ignore him, for I am pretty sure there was no way he could sell more than 2,000 copies on his own steam.

I am against censorship of creative arts, and I therefore don't support the arrest and incarceration of any artiste, even if I think his production is so terrible that he should be shot! (as in the case of this absolutely AWFUL VCD by Adam Zango). At the same time, artistes have a responsibility to be sensitive to their societies. Adam Zango and his label FKD Records have their sights firmly in Hollywood-Bollywood mindset. I just wish they would remember that their feet are still on soil trying to be Islamic -- whether hypocritically or not. Allah Masani.

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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #85 on: September 28, 2007, 10:00:17 AM »
Wai shi Ahmad Zango kam Bahaushene da zai shirya wani abu wai Bahaushiya? Yadda abubuwa ke faruwa a fim industry, komai ma na iya wakana. "dancers shaking whatever is shakeable" Haka da kyau, wai kare ya ga rawan kura! :o

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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #86 on: September 28, 2007, 12:25:08 PM »
Wai shi Ahmad Zango kam Bahaushene da zai shirya wani abu wai Bahaushiya? Yadda abubuwa ke faruwa a fim industry, komai ma na iya wakana. "dancers shaking whatever is shakeable" Haka da kyau, wai kare ya ga rawan kura! :o

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« Reply #87 on: September 28, 2007, 12:56:03 PM »
Wai shi Ahmad Zango kam Bahaushene da zai shirya wani abu wai Bahaushiya? Yadda abubuwa ke faruwa a fim industry, komai ma na iya wakana. "dancers shaking whatever is shakeable" Haka da kyau, wai kare ya ga rawan kura! :o
You know, it amuses how we've all suddenly remember that wane da wane ba hausawa bane/ba 'yan Kano bane. When the going was good (if ever there was such time) I can't recall anybody saying anything about ba hausawa bane ko kuma ba 'yan Kano bane. To ina kanawan da hausawan suke? Su shigo harkar su gyara mana, in basu so wasu su bata musu suna? Sai surutu da criticism muka iya. Film industry aside, there are many ppl who have contributed a lot to this state and made names in our society, despite their being non-hausa. Yet we have never praised them and point out that they are not hausa. In fact we even prefer to hide their real identities, kar a ce ai ba bahaushe (ko dan kano) yayi achieving din haka ba, don mu mun kasa. Yanzu ta kwabe, muna gudun su muna cewa ba 'yan kano bane. Get off it, please.
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« Reply #88 on: September 28, 2007, 03:16:12 PM »
Wai shi Adam Zango kam Bahaushene da zai shirya wani abu wai Bahaushiya? Yadda abubuwa ke faruwa a fim industry, komai ma na iya wakana. "dancers shaking whatever is shakeable" Haka da kyau, wai kare ya ga rawan kura! :o
I can't recall anybody saying anything about ba hausawa bane ko kuma ba 'yan Kano bane. To ina kanawan da hausawan suke? Su shigo harkar su gyara mana, in basu so wasu su bata musu suna? Sai surutu da criticism muka iya. Film industry aside, there are many ppl who have contributed a lot to this state and made names in our society, despite their being non-hausa. Yet we have never praised them and point out that they are not hausa. In fact we even prefer to hide their real identities, kar a ce ai ba bahaushe (ko dan kano) yayi achieving din haka ba, don mu mun kasa. Yanzu ta kwabe, muna gudun su muna cewa ba 'yan kano bane. Get off it, please.

Wannan magana gaskiya ne, domin da an dauki mataki tun farko da abin bai kai haka lalacewa ba.

Anyway! yanzu dai ina ga ba'a makara ba, don ko Allah na nan idan dai ana da niyar gyara, to za'a gyara, sai dai indan son zuciya yayi yawa.

Allah ya taimaki gaskiya tare da mai bin hanyar ta.
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Re: Hausa Fim
« Reply #89 on: November 11, 2007, 02:36:24 AM »
I have watched the Adam A Zango Video,the much talked about 'playgirl' video.
As Prof said,it is sort of the typical lagos style video.The song is about how some girls play around without thinking of the consequence the song goes like 'omoge na so you be,ten boyfriends you change in a week......'

A gaskiya an zalunchi bawan Allan nan.
The most explicit thing shown was the girl in the scenario who wore a tight trouser and was dancing.Her face was minimally shown.
There are lots of videos that were more explicit than his.I wish i had memorised someclips i saw on a friends phone.

Bottomline:-his 1 year imprisonment is unjustifiable,bahaushe or non bahaushe.
Su dai kawai suna son su kashe zancen Hiyana so Zango was made a scapegoat.
And the video featured Billy O how come he was not imprisoned ai tare ta kada musu duwawun.
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