After just a year since the release of their first movie called Puludzu, Shire Movies are back on the screens with another beautiful movie titled Asadyeka.
The movie has been cast in the busy areas of the capital city and it comes with strong messages to fight vehicle theft.
The 1 hour 40 minutes movie dwells much on tactics thieves use when stealing cars to sell them outside the country.
Speaking during the week leader of the group, Prince Sabuni said the movie is a must watch for everyone saying it is carrying various messages apart from fighting robbery and car theft.
“We came up with the script after appreciating the situation of car theft in the cities of Malawi and we observed that many people were becoming helpless when their cars have been stolen and so we want to expose the tactics these thieves use and how police in the country and in neighbouring countries and the public can work together to track stolen vehicles and property,” says Sabuni who is also playing the central character in the movie.
Produced to the standards of Nollywood movies with good setting, sound, video quality, few actors, relevant information and use of words, Asadyeka proves another level of movie making in the country. The group has come fresh with their old faces and the main faces to watch are Hendlex Mwale, Bick Kanganga, Sabuni and Zaki Mwale.
Sabuni says they learnt a lot from their first movie.
“Puludzu is a blessing to our movie career, I donâ€™t want to beat my own drum but people are better to judge when they watch Asadyeka. It has taken us a year to produce and we did good consultation with various movie makers and most of them have recommended it,” he says.
The production carries both English and Chichewa languages and according to Sabuni it will hit the market next weekend.