Actress, Victoria Lebene says she’s ready to take up more challenging roles than just romance roles.
According to her, the romance roles have become too many in Ghanaian movies and its high time they put a stop to it.
She made this known when she spoke to Graphic Showbiz.
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She said “I know my husband will not have any problem with me kissing in movies but I am willing to take up challenging roles than to kiss. The romance scenes are so common in our movies. I want more challenging roles instead of just kissing in movies”.
On whether she’s going to put her private life on social media, Lebene mentioned that she has no intentions to do so because people will not proffer solutions but will rather gossip and laugh at you.
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