Popular Nollywood actor, Sola Fosudo, seems to be enjoying his craft with TV series than going for scripts in Nollywood as a whole.

The actor, who rarely makes headlines like his colleagues, recently disclosed that he rarely watches Nollywood movies because there are no good movies anymore.

He stated that producers end up recycling foreign movies to make theirs and this is not helping the industry grow.

In his words, he described Nollywood movies as  “cheap and distasteful imitation of foreign movies adapted to suit Nigerian viewers.”

His opinion goes in tandem with actress, Mojisola Olaiya’s view on why she has been away from the industry for a while.

“When we talk about the Yoruba movie industry right now, to really be truthful, the kind of production coming out this days are not the kind of productions that teach morals. Most of the time when productions come out or when you are giving a script, you have to play a role of prostitute or crime, and stuffs. I still play my part in the industry if I am called. The reason why I am not too frequent right now is firstly the payment, secondly the kind of stories they produce now. It is rare to see a very good story now. It is just few people that produce good script now.”