Raise Your Hand the Kyadala season 2 movie trailer, which had been airing on NBS TV and other internet platforms, came to an end over the weekend in Uganda. (The spectacular closing celebration for ‘Kyadala Season 2’ attracts film fans)
They also announced the commencement of Kyadala season 3 on the same day. Kyadala movie fans were treated to a get-together celebration titled Kyadala grand finale at Next Media Park to get to know each other and celebrate the film’s finish.
Fans, actresses, and actors from the much-loved film were treated to a meet-and-greet evening party that lasted all night and featured performances by various bands. Guests danced the entire evening away, thanks to free food and drinks.
It got even more intriguing when celebrated MC Kats took the stage and everyone went crazy. Kats made everyone dance by playing fantastic music in the background. It was an unforgettable evening.
Actresses Anita Fabiola, Laura Kaunde, Mathew Nabwiso, and others attended the event.
Humphrey Nabimanya, Executive Producer of Kyadala and CEO of Reach a Hand Uganda, announced the commencement of Season 3 trailer during his speech.
“We owe a debt of appreciation to the entire cast, crew, partners, and everyone else who contributed to our success.”
You elevated Kyaddala from a mere concept to a massive reality. The third season of Kyadala has officially begun. “Be on the lookout” Nabimanya stated
Season 2 was much bigger and deeper, according to Nabimanya, because it featured a production cast of skilled Ugandans. He went on to say that putting out an intriguing body of work that has been extensively watched by an ever-growing public has not been easy.
According to the teaser, ‘Kyadala’ Season 2 was a drama that effectively depicted the life issues that people face, particularly youngsters.
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It describes student-lecturer hidden sex relationships (Marks for Sex), young females in prostitution, HIV/AIDS, teenage pregnancies, and a variety of other social issues that young people encounter.
Lucy Bunyenyezi, Allan Toniks, Anita Fabiola, Fauzia Nakiboneka, Boss, and Abaja from Kenya are some of the prominent personalities to look out for.(The spectacular closing celebration for ‘Kyadala Season 2’ attracts film fans – celebrity jazz ug)