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WATCH: Child actress Rose Bimpe lands movie role

South Africa-based Namibian child actor Rose Bimpe will soon be on Mzansi Magic screens. She acts as Thapelo, the little sister to Ntabiseng , the 17-year-old lead in a film titled Hate Within My Life.

The film was shot in Johannesburg a month ago and features some of Mzansi ‘s experienced talent with actors who appeared on Moja Love and other channels on DSTV. The film is about a teenage girl who faces challenges of society that many do. Ntabiseng, who is Thapelo (played by Rose Bimpe)’s elder sister is just a normal teenage girl who is being raised by a single mother. While still recovering from the rape she endured at the hands of her mother’s boyfriend, her boyfriend got killed while doing the crime.

According to Rose’s management, the child actor had impressed the crew. The actors were mixing Sotho and English but Rose did so well. Everyone was talking about her. She knew her lines and she nailed all her scenes. After the Shoot, many people wanted to use her in their next projects if they need a child actress. Because of her excellent performance, she will soon be acting in another film which too will be aired on TV.

“She is so talented and amazing . Everyone was talking about that child(Rose Bimpe ),” said Kgahlisho Magaela, veteran actress and executive producer of Hate Within My Life.

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