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« Reply #15 on: April 17, 2003, 07:40:02 PM »
;)Harkar tana neman gyara sosai, kuma ba a kula da masu son gyara a gareta.

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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #16 on: May 14, 2003, 02:22:44 AM »
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HAUSA MOVIES SUCK!!!!!!! BIIIIIIIIIG TIME!!!!!! ?:-[

they're soooo bad!!!! the pic, the cast, the camera angles, the color, the quality, the storyline, the EVERYTHING!!!

they should be illegal ?;D

I`m wid u queen, 300 percent! But u shoulda given them corrections.
     You see peeps, most of the hard work has been done for us already(...for those who are talking about abubuwa a hankali) It was is the foreign films who have gone through the revolutionary stages of pictures and films. They had to go through reserches and developments, unguaranteed investments etc. Now what they have we are free to share; Buy the equipments, the mics, cams etc. But noooo! everyone wants to make money without much investment. And the little they have gotten, they dont re invest. Its such a sad case. If they re-invest and buy the right equipment. And the actors and crew dont be all so...be a smug about acting, and the dumb writers try to be a lil more creative, and the blind directors a lil more observative, and everyone gets to be a lil more down to earth....I guess everything will change for the better. They could also train their crew in the universities, like uniJos and BUK. But why put up an illitrate unexperienced person to shoot, what do u expect?And yes...those people... stop singing and dancing on the screen, for God sakes we didnt inherit that, its not our ustom.huhhh!!!
          Take a look at the southern pictures, they are not perfect but they are at least improoving, and they continue to improve, but our people dont even have the will... I talk too much.

I`m outta here!
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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #17 on: July 25, 2003, 04:13:31 PM »
Gaskiya hausa fim suna da nasu mahimmanci daidai gwargwado,amma kuma abin takaici shuine yadda suke repeating story daya,banbancin kawai yadda aaka shirya da kuma company,amma in banda haka ba sa yin wani katabus,akwai abubuwa da dama na rayuwar yau da kullkum wanda zasu yi nice film akai,kamar jiya naga tallen wani film "The kingmaker" na 'yan kudu,film din yayi daidai da abin da ya faru a Anambra,so talent and research ne ya sa suka yi wannan .
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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #18 on: October 29, 2003, 05:08:16 PM »
haba, fat ugly queen (fyne dyme queen) ki ke, ko me? with this type of negativity, how will they perfect? or u rather keep on watching american movies than our own traditional ones?
 i think what the people in hausa film industry should do is, try hard and professionalize the industry, i really enjoy such dramas as, MAGANA JARI and many more, so why can't you guys continue towards that?  :-*
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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #19 on: February 04, 2004, 02:13:10 PM »
::) Assalamu alaikum,
I am a new member to this forum and I intend to contribute my quota towards the repositioning and redirecting hausa film industry.  However, this effort has become pertinent that every concerned person should do his best in ensuring all corrective measure are put in place to achieve this noble objective.

Perhaps I should view the industry from a different perspective or rather contrary to the way my colleques have been abusing and condeming the entire effort of the industry.
Why not if we assume the responsibility of setting up measures to sanitize the industry by challenging, reviewing and advising on every film that appeared before viewers.
This can help us utilize the industry in promoting our culture,moral decency and also religious orientation, since we know quite well that the  industry is fast growing at an astronmical rate.

Finally, we should consider hausa film industry as necessary, relevant and inevitable so that we allow its existence and fully accord our support towards its development and growth.

Jazuli

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« Reply #20 on: February 05, 2004, 02:32:17 AM »
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Perhaps I should view the industry from Finally, we should consider hausa film industry as necessary, relevant and inevitable so that we allow its existence and fully accord our support towards its development and growth.

Jazuli

I do not have any problem with hausa films even though  they dont fall as part of my interest.
Jazalu you said we should consider film industry necessary..............yadaya and you ended sayin grwoth and development. Which development? It has already developed with so many negativity.....girls showin off body, dancing & more and you are here talking about growth. Allah subhana wata'ala baya zamar da abu success indai ba ta hanyar da ya daidata da addinin musulunci ba ::) I dont want to even dwell into hausa films because I have alot to sayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #21 on: February 06, 2004, 04:29:34 PM »
I have read through everyones replies so far and i would just like to say hausa films have their pros and cons. In a way, you can say yes they are un-Islamic but also provide culture for young children living in countries such as the US and the UK.

I would be sad to see hausa films go.

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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #22 on: February 16, 2004, 09:32:36 PM »
8)wadannan maganganu naku sun sosa min zuciyata amma tunda kowa yana fadin albarkacin bakinsane to gashawara kurika tuntubar froducers  saikuji dalilin dayasa hakan takefaruwa
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« Reply #23 on: February 17, 2004, 12:24:59 AM »
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but also provide culture for young children living in countries such as the US and the UK.
 
I COMPLETLY AGREE WITH U
IT REALLY DOES.
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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #24 on: February 24, 2004, 05:05:28 PM »
Assalamu Alaikum,

A gaskiya na yarda da yawancin abubuwan da mutane ke cewa a wannan forum din dangane da hausa films.

Misali shine basa nuna yadda al`adun bahaushe na asali suke.Duk da dai ana samun wanda suke kokarin yin masu ma`ana ba don nishadi ba kawai.Don yanzu yawancin finafinan hausa ana yinsu ne kawai don nishadi, ba wai don isar da sako mai ma`ana ba. Ko da yake suna bada abun da yawanci mutane ke bukata ne don neman kasuwa.

Sai anjima.
Da fatan za a rinka samun gyara don ci gaban al`adun hausa.

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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #25 on: February 26, 2004, 01:50:30 PM »
Srry my reply may be out of wat u guys r discussin. i couldnt read it coz m in a rush i just saw da room n i have a lil contributin to make.

pls this part-2 thing. y wouldnt these producers finish the drama in one bit. that part 2 is always totaly diff from part1.
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« Reply #26 on: March 10, 2004, 02:07:01 AM »
Assalamualaikum Yanuwana,
A gaskiya ya kamata ace hausawanmu kuna appreaciting the fact that hausawanmu suna kokari. "Idan ba'ayi ace hausawa basu tabuka komai, idan sun fara ace ba daidai ba a kushe". Ko ta halin yaya, idan kuna bada karfin gwina, it stands as an encouragement har su kai lokacin da kowa sai dena pinpointing cewa sunyi ba daidai ba. "Ai da rarrafe yaro kan koyi tafiya". So give these people a chance, let them develop do not self ponder on them.
To kunfi son kalon turawa suna nuna muku batsa da fitsara ko abun da baya potraying culture dinku? To turanci wasunmu basu ji, ballantana Indiya ko Chineese, to a yaren mu na gida, mina dalilin da baza a kyale su. Da aikin banza kwanda aiki kwakwarara, hanyar cin abincin sune halak kuma malak dinsu! So ku kyalesu, ba dole zama gaba TV kalon yan hausa, kamai ni kaina bana kallon hausa drama nakan wuce dai na ga kanne na mata suna kallo but still these actors/actress/ producers: its their career, the way they make money so a barsu don Allah, sunaso suyi, baku biyansu ko asi, baku musu wani contribution saidai a zauna ai ta shine abun da sukeyi haba jama'a!
Haza wasalam

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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #27 on: March 26, 2004, 03:43:04 AM »
:P hausa films are rubbish anyway cos the people dont have style
they cant do anything without mentioning religion oh pls just have fun for a while
why does everything have to be with religion u are not saints and not all saints go to heaven
remember...alll u so called young people go partying ndance and u all hav satelite televion with millions of channels so definately u are doin something bad by watchin porn at night or even watchin people on sky one
so just shut up about religion for once cos u dnt really like hausa films anyway!!!  :P
but on the other hand if u waork with other people from other cultures in nigeria u might just make it big.....!!! 8) ;D

why dont Garba (my name sake) complain when he is playing for nigeria super eagles....just enjoy the moment people and stop tryna be fake ass saints!!...
dis nigga dont tolerate shit!! ya heard!! now shake ur booty to ludacris!!!
t nice to be important but more important to be nice ;)

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Re: Hausa Films
« Reply #28 on: May 07, 2004, 01:36:49 PM »
Quote from: "Garba_serkik"
:P hausa films are rubbish anyway cos the people dont have style
they cant do anything without mentioning religion oh pls just have fun for a while
why does everything have to be with religion u are not saints and not all saints go to heaven
 saints!!...
dis nigga dont tolerate nuts!! ya heard!! now shake ur booty to ludacris!!!


Abu biyu zance maka. KAFIRIN DAN ISKA. You sure your name is Garba. Aman dan dan musulmi mi bai yi halin musulmi ba. You should be proud they are promoting Islam. Menene wani shake your what ever. I believe you are one under aged boy who is growing into teenage hood. I have every right to say that and I WILL offer no apology at all. How can you say that they shouldnt mention religion. Their target group is hausa muslim and not just some punk hausa nigga wannabe like you? If you dont tolerate nuts who does, take your crapness and fakeness somwwhere else. Duk inda naga za'ayi tampering da addini, to kam sai inda karfi na ya tsaya.  If hausa films are rubbish, you cant do a quater of what they do. This makes you useless to our society. Hausa films suna kokari.

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« Reply #29 on: May 22, 2004, 02:01:49 PM »
hmn, Lalle youa 're serious :evil:  :evil:  :evil:
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