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Photos: What the stars wore to the premiere of Nadia Buari’s ‘Deranged’

All roads led to Silverbird Cinemas at Accra and West Hills Malls, where celebrated Ghanaian actress and executive producer, Nadia Buari premiered her latest movie, Deranged on Saturday night.

The premiering event had a successful turnout as movie enthusiasts came out in their numbers to watch the movie about a young girl who falls in love with her teacher.

The cinemas were packed with huge crowd by 6:30pm, everyone wanting to see the movie and also catch a moment with their favorite celebrities on the red carpet.

As usual some members of the star-studded cast including Nadia Buari, Zynnell Zuh, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman popularly known as Ahonfe Patri and the crew took turns to take pictures and engaged with fans and the traditional media  on the red carpet.

Other actors who came to support Nadia included Selassie Ibrahim.

“Life and its little things people ignore gave me the inspiration. It’s kind of a way of bringing awareness to certain disorders such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorders that are usually ignored and I love psychological thrillers. So all in one package,” director, Jameel Buari said about the inspiration behind the movie’s storyline.

Deranged is no doubt entertaining. It also silently creates awareness for the need to pay attention to persons with mental ailment.

It also stars Ramsey Nouah, Jason E.L Agha, Henry Prempeh and Lisbeth Lopez Acquah among others and also produced by John N. Okwugo.

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