Do you recall the astounding film, Tsotsi that engaged mzansi film making?
In the event that you don't, Tsotsi is a mzansi film that debuted in 2006 in Mzansi Cinemas. The story is about a punk named Tsotsi (Presley Chweneyagae) who lives by a code of savagery. He and his posse of hooligans enjoy assaulting the individuals who neglect to give them what they need.
And afterward everything changed when he shot a lady subsequent to taking her vehicle and finds her child in the secondary lounge.
Presently It has been a long time since Tsotsi previously came to the big screen and we can't resist the urge to consider how the entertainers of the honor winning film currently examine, correlation with what they looked like back in 2006.
Here Is The Cast Of Tsotsi Then And Now:
Presley Chweneyagae as Tsotsi
Tsotsi is the fundamental person who commandeered Phumla Dube without understanding that there is a kid in the secondary lounge.
Terry Pheto as Miriam
Miriam is the woman who helped Tsotsi deal with the kid that was found inside the captured vehicle.
Zenzo Ngqobe as Butcher
Butcher is important for Tsotsi's pack and was a liability who heedlessly cut a man in a train while attempting to mug him.
Kenneth Nkosi as Aap
Aap was one of the guys and Tsotsi's nearest, most seasoned and most confided in companion.
Nambitha Mpumlwana as Phumla Dube
Phumla Dube is the one who had chance during the capturing and she is the mother of the missing child that is in care of Tsotsi.
Rapulana Seiphemo as John Dube
John Dube is the dad of the missing youngster and the spouse of Phumla Dube.
Gumboot Dlamini as Owen Sejake
Owen Sejake is the one who got wounded on the train by Butcher.
Zola as Fela
Fela showed up on the motion pictures as a vehicle purchaser.
Jerry Mofokeng as Morris
Morris is the vagrant who saw the wrongdoing.
Mothusi Magano as Boston
Boston is additionally essential for Tsotsi's posse yet he is the most sensible one and doesn't prefer to carry out violations. His one blemish is liquor, he drinks a ton to smother his aggravation and feelings.
Israel Makoe as Tsotsi's dad
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