Rami Chuene and Nthati Moshesh to star in BET’s new drama Isono

Rami Chuene and Nthati Moshesh to star in BET’s new drama Isono

Rami Chuene and Nthati Moshesh to star in BET’s new drama Isono

In another first for BET Africa, a ritzy nearby cast features a grasping day by day show named “Isono” (The Sin). It’s the BET Africa Original and imprints the channel’s developing raid into scripted substance. Isono” will communicate to crowds over the mainland and is set to take African narrating to the world. The show depends on the narrative of a broken family and a brave child who scans inside himself for the solidarity to face the ground-breaking and malevolence matron who will remain determined to serve her own needs.
Rami Chuene and Nthati Moshesh to star in BET’s new drama Isono

The restless and quick paced telenovela highlights amazing and grant winning entertainers, Nthati Moshesh and Rami Chuene who carry gravitas to the new show.

Moshesh will play the hero and screw-up Mary, a heartless lady of confidence. Chuene joins the give a role as Jumima otherwise known as Juju, an unconventional gossipmonger who frequently becomes tied up with intermittent paranoid fears and misunderstands the finish of the stick by making odd associations and proclamations.

Rami Chuene and Nthati Moshesh to star in BET’s new drama Isono
“I can’t communicate what an achievement this is for the South African media outlet. To take such an appreciated fine art, celebrated by a huge number of South Africans and put it on a worldwide stage is an achievement we would all be able to be pleased with. I am lowered by the chance and anticipate offering this incredible story to crowds over the world,” said Moshesh.

“Isono” likewise stars some of South Africa’s young screen stars, Bohang Moeko, Senzi Radebe, Anga ‘Naakmusiq’ Makubalo, Didintle Khunou and Tokollo ‘TK’ Sebothoma. Airing on BET Africa (DStv Channel 129) from 27 July at 9.30 pm CAT, the vernacular telenovela is co-created by BET Africa and Clive Morris Productions.

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