Veteran filmmaker, Kunle Afolayan is set to release a movie dubbed Mokalik and he has a word or two about the forthcoming project as he sits with CNN’s African Voices to speak on an array of topics.

The Actor, Director & Producer speaks on developing an interest in the industry after his father, a pioneer of commercial filmmaking in Nigeria passed 22 years ago. Afolayan further reminisced being invited to be part of a production by Katherine Sulivan following the success of his debut project “Irapada.”

He touches on how working with Sulivan impacted his views on the art, claiming “that experience shaped me and taught me to never compromise production value again.”

The highly anticipated Mokalik stars Femi Adebayo, singer Simi, reality TV star Tobi Bakre and a host of others. Kunle teases it to be a story of a young boy who was brought to learn how to be a mechanic and he promises the project is of Love and Education.

See Kunle Afolayan’s CNN African Voice feature below:

Watch the Official trailer of Mokalik.