Actor Ibrahim Chatta has laid bare his plan to call time on his acting career in the next two years.

The plan, which the 48-year-old thespian conceived was made public by him in an interview with Punch where he said his family and colleagues were not well disposed to it and hoping it would fall through.

“I have always loved the profession since I was I was a little boy and I have never doubted my passion for it. I plan to retire once I am 50-year-old as I have sacrificed all my life for acting. But my colleagues and friends are not happy about this development. They feel I am too young to say goodbye to the world of make-believe,” the Kwara-born actor said as he went into the history of how he started acting at aged 15.