“I was scared of ruining people’s childhood memories”-Stan Nze opens on playing ‘Ahanna’

Stan Nze, a rising actor, has revealed how terrified he was when he landed the lead role in The Ahanna Story, also known as The Armadas, a remake of Rattlesnake.

The role translator who created the wave stated he was afraid about sabotaging people’s childhood memories.

In an interview with Ebuka Uchendu on ‘Rubbin Minds,’ Nze revealed this.

“My fear was that I would damage people’s childhood memories.” I became uneasy as soon as I received the role, which happened to be during the lockdown. How do I maintain this level of excellence, if not higher? Then I started rehearsing, with Ramsey Nouah’s assistance. Preparation is also beneficial. I decided to stay truthful to the character”

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The baritone voice range actor also said he decides to be happy no matter what life throws at him.

“You have to decide to be happy.You cannot decide what life gives you but youi can determine how you react to what life offers you. We all come into the industry and say in three years’ time, in two years’ time may be ‘na this job I go do wey go blow me’. Every job is important, every project is important”.

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