Renowned Actress Terry Pheto Premieres Latest Film In Botswana


South African producer and renowned actress Terry Pheto is about to hit the screens with her latest movie A United Kingdom.

Terry recently walked the red carpet in a beautiful multi-coloured gown at the premiere of her latest achievement in Botswana.

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Scheduled to be released later in the year, the movie – A United Kingdom is plotted around the true story of the sweeping interracial love between the first president of Botswana, Sir Seretse Khama and the British woman he loved, Ruth Williams.

The movie is a masterpiece set at a time when it was unthinkable for a black man to woo a white woman talkless of marrying her.

The story is one of the greatest love stories in history, set against the end of the British Empire and the birth of independence in Africa.
The film was Directed by Amma Asante (Belle) and written by Guy Hibbert (Eye In The Sky). It’s based on the book Colour Bar by Susan Williams.

Renowned actress Terry Pheto who is best known for her role in the Oscar-winning film Tsosti, stars alongside David Oyelowo and Rosemund Pike in the movie.

The film will be released in South Africa; Botswana plus East and West Africa on 9 December 2016.

Here’s A Teaser

#AUnitedKingdom Premiere 🇧🇼

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Meanwhile, according to actress Terry Pheto, taking the lead role of Winnie Mandela in the BET’s mini-series‚ Madiba, which tells the chronicle of Nelson Mandela‚ is the climax in her whole career and a dream come true.

Read: Actress Terry Pheto Can’t Stop Talking About Her Winnie Mandela Role

While being interviewed on the set of Madiba, Terry donned a wig that is an exact replica of the hairstyle Ma Winnie had all those years ago‚ clad in a navy blue suit that looks like the one she wore on the day Madiba was released from prison.

The effect of the outfits and makeup was so perfect she looked like the spitting image of the struggle stalwart.

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