Lil Win Reveals How He Spent Over GH¢1.4 Million On His Film A Country Called Ghana

Lil Win Reveals How He Spent Over GH¢1.4 Million On His Film A Country Called Ghana

  • Lil Win, in an interview with Joy Prime, revealed how much he spent on his film, A Country Called Ghana, which he is set to premiere soon
  • The actor, who is currently on a media tour promoting the film, mentioned that he has spent over GH¢1.4 million on the project
  • He mentioned that the budget was spent on expensive cameras, housing, vehicles, and advertisement, and this was minus the amount he spent on the cast

Popular Ghanaian actor Lil Win, in an interview with Joy Prime, brought to light the significant investment he has made in his upcoming film, A Country Called Ghana. The actor, who is currently on a media tour promoting the film, disclosed that he has spent over GH¢1.4 million on the project.

Lil Win shares how he spent over GH¢1.4 million on his upcoming film
Ghanaian actor Lil Win. Photo Source: Lil Win
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He said the substantial budget was allocated to various aspects of the film's production. High-end cameras, housing, vehicles, and advertising were among the major expenses. Interestingly, this figure does not include the amount spent on the cast, suggesting an even more considerable total investment.

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Lil Win mentioned that his goal was not just to produce a high-quality film but also to bring back Ghanaians' love for local films. He stated that by investing in top-notch equipment and resources, he aims to elevate the standard of local films, draw larger audiences, and feature the film on Netflix and other big platforms.

Lil Win's movie budget leaves Ghanaians in disbelief

YEN.com.gh gathered some reactions from social media users.

kabutey7 said:

This is not true. Car branding only cost 400000.00 cedis, how?

Awuni commented:

Eeeii Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win. Boi333. You are mentioning the figures just like that.

Helmet Minds Ghana said:

shooting movie is very expensive in the world

Lil Win thanks Mahama for his support

In another story, Ghanaian actor Lil Win thanked former president John Dramani Mahama for buying 200 tickets for his movie premiere, A Country Called Ghana, to be gifted to fans.

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Lil Win also stated that Mr Mahama did not want him to talk about it; however, he added that he had been overwhelmed with emotions and felt like Ghanaians should know.

The post sparked massive reactions, with many people hailing the former president.

Proofread by Edwina N.K Quarcoo, journalist and copy editor at YEN.com.gh.

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Geraldo Amartey (Entertainment Editor) Geraldo Amartey is an Entertainment Editor at YEN.com.gh. He pursued a degree in linguistics at the University of Ghana and graduated in 2020. He has over three years of experience in journalism. Geraldo's professional career in journalism started at the Ministry Of Information, where she worked as a writer. You can reach out to her at geraldo.amartey@yen.com.gh.

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