The quest for fame has led many people to do the unthinkable all in the name of becoming a celebrity.
Specifically, in today's world where the new media is social media, it is very common to see all kinds of videos and activities of people trying their best to be known.
Most times, desperation leads many people to engage in whatever it may cost to become famous, therefore living to attract the stares of the public.
One particular industry in Ghana where people will do anything or everything to shoot to the limelight is the movie industry but to succeed in this industry isn't all rosy.
In attempt to know the realities about the film industry, veteran actor, Nii Saka Brown who began his acting career in the 90s exposes the fame, fake life and life after of actors.
He spoke in an interview with Halifax Ansah Addo on Peace FM's 'Entertainment Review'.
Source: Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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