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Two of Lydia Forson’s films heading to Netflix on January 31

By close of January 31, 2020, Lydia Forson will have two of her starred in films ‘Keteke’ and ‘Sidechic Gang’ available on Netflix.

‘Keteke’ and ‘Sidechic Gang’ will be the third and fourth films of Lydia to stream on the Netflix platform; she already has ‘Phone Swap’ and ‘Isoken’ on the platform, the latter won her an Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Award in the best supporting actress category 2018.

Both ‘Keteke’ and ‘Sidechic Gang’ are Ghanaian produced films by Peter Sedufia, which scored the AMAA award winning actress multiple recognitions in 2018. With ‘Sidechic Gang’ Lydia got nominated together with her colleague stars Nana Ama McBrown and Sika Osei for best actress in a lead role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards, whiles ‘Keteke’ got selected to represent Ghana at the annual Khouribja Africa Festival in Morocco, December 2018, where it received the Jury Special Mention Prize.

‘Keteke’, tells the story of a married couple Atswei (Lydia) and Boi (Adjetey Anang), who miss their train transportation to Atswei’s village for her delivery. In the process of finding alternative means to complete their journey, they engage in arguments and conversations that engulfs the entire story line of the movie.

‘Sidechic Gang’, is a comedy picture which revolves around three female friends who quit their real jobs as ushers to pursue a job which pays more and better than their old jobs they set up “sidechic gang”.Sidechic gang only provides services to women.This makes the men very unhappy with the sudden popularity of their exposè. The job assigns them to clamp down on husbands or boyfriends who are cheating on their wives or girlfriends.The gang takes on a job from a rich man which is their biggest deal on his suspected cheating fiancee.The greatest of their opposition is the aggrieved men who benefited from the services of side chicks.

The two movies come in at number 3 on the count of Ghanaian films that have streamed on Netflix. ‘Zynnell Zuh’s ‘When Love Comes Around’ was the first to sign-on to the platform, followed by Shirley Frimpong-Manso’s ‘Potato Potahto’ which went on January this year.

Like Lydia says in her Instagram post announcing the Netflix take-over, ‘Get your popcorn ready’ for January 31, Lydia will wave the flag high for Ghana on Netflix.

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