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Monday, 21 March 2016

I Never Dated Uti Nwachukwu, I'm Hoping To Meet Mr Right - Beverly Naya

British/Nigerian actress, Beverly Naya and Uti Nwachukwu have been plagued by dating rumours in the past, and in a recent interview, Beverly, for the twentieth time, says that she never dated Uti.
When asked if the rumoured relationship affected her romantic life in any way, the dark skinned thespian said...
"Oh no, not at all. First and foremost, Uti is my good friend and there was no truth to that rumour. So, it never affected my love life in any way because I don’t think people actually believed that I dated Uti. So, rumours like that have never affected my love life.
The Dark and Lovely brand ambassador also spoke on her current relationship saying...
I’m not in a relationship at the moment. I’m just taking it one day at a time. I know that the right guy will come into my life when it is time. But at the moment, I’m just enjoying the process of going on dates and meeting new people and hopefully, I’d meet the one soon. Let’s see what happens.
When it comes to matters of the heart that's falling in love, Beverly don't believe in fairy tales or love at first sight. She do rather get to know him and than learn to gradually love....
I don’t necessarily believe in love at first sight… But then I do believe that you can meet someone that you genuinely connect with, someone you could see yourself with in the future. 
But then I wouldn’t call that love at first sight because you still need to get to know that person. And when you get to know that person, that person may not be the person that you thought you liked in the beginning. So for that reason, I don’t necessarily believe in love at first sight.
On her take on same-sex marriage....
Well, I don’t really condone same-sex marriage. Obviously, whatever your preference is, it’s up to you. But same-sex people getting married in the church is not really how it’s supposed to be in my opinion. Being a Christian and everything, I feel like marriage is a sacred thing and it was originally planned so that a man and a woman can go to church and be married in unity. So, I just feel like I don’t really agree with same-sex marriage but at the end of the day, who am I to judge? I’m not really in a position to judge anyone.
On her impression of Nollywood...
I think Nollywood has grown a lot within the last five years. I think it’s getting better and better by the day, the quality of our films are getting better. Everything is just getting better and I’m truly impressed with where we are today because we’ve improved the industry drastically quickly in such a short spate of time. And I’m really really excited to see where we would be in another five years’ time.
On delving into movie production....
Yes, I am definitely interested in going into production. One of the main reasons why I want to start with the documentary is I kind of just want to get my feet wet and see how it goes. And then get an idea of that and come and build my knowledge before I plunge right into filmmaking. So, that’s the reason why I’m starting with the documentary. But in the very near future, I intend to produce my own film, maybe a short film or feature film. Let’s just see where God takes me.
Interview culled from Nation

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