When the South Africa talented actor Hungani Ndlovu left the E.tv drama series Scandal, there was different reactions from the viewers of the show. As some felt that the views will decrease, and the storyline will become boring and he will be dearly missed on set too. Meanwhile, others felt that Scandal will bring him back as they tried to push for his return social media. Unfortunately, for many fans of Hungani will have to look elsewhere to look for his talents. According to his wife Stephanie Ndlovu who was also part of Scandal both as an actress and behind the scenes has confirmed some incredible news.
As the married couple will return to the big screen in a movie that's produced and stared by them. According to Stephanie, their company The Ndlovu’s Uncut Productions will produce their movie Love Locked which will come out this year. It is believed that this is their major film that they've done together and even produced on their company. Stephanie took to her social media platform to speak about the new film. As they're grateful for their new journey and they want their fans to be part of it. “So excited to have been part of this amazing project as both an actor and production company. Working with such a talented bunch of souls is so rewarding. Can’t wait to see all that this love project will bring our way,” wrote Stephanie on her Instagram post.
This shows how multi-talented they're individually and as a couple they're unstoppable. They're constantly making beautiful memories together and great business moves. After leaving Scandal, they embarked on a journey whereby they focused on their marriage and businesses. They have been focusing on their company The Ndlovu’s Uncut Productions and their YouTube channel The Ndlovu’s Uncut.
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