Video as Timini Egbuson and Funke Akindele engage in physical combat on movie set

Video as Timini Egbuson and Funke Akindele engage in physical combat on movie set
  • Nollywood actors, Egbuson and Funke recently pulled a playful stunt on a set.
  • The clip which captured their fun while filming showed the actors jokingly engaging in a physical altercation.
  • Funke Akindele could be seen throwing punches before she got overpowered by Timini who tried to lift her.

A clip captures the moment actress, Funke Akindele and Timini Egbuson exuded humour by engaging in a playful physical altercation.

In the , the duo who appeared to be filming together took out some moments to entertain themselves by engaging in a fake fight.

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Funke Akindele who seemed to be the initiator could be seen challenging Timini Egbuson as she set her hands for punches, throwing random jabs in the air. Timini who caught the vibe laughed at Funke's antics before reacting by attempting to get her down.

Watch the video below:

In other news, Funke Akindele who often works with Timini Egbuson tackled him for his inappropriate behavior on a movie set.

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A new clip sighted on Funke Akidnele's Instagram story captured the moment she confronted Timini Egbuson for operating his mobile device while filming.

The Jenifa movie star cautioned Timini about the use of his phone while on set, emphasizing that it is unprofessional behaviour.

However, Timini Egbuson, in his defence, clarified that he was using his phone specifically for the purpose of props on the set.

Captioning the clip, Funke Akindele tagged the actor, simply wrote: “crazy guy”.

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Funke Akindele is undoubtedly one Filmmaker who is very passionate about what she does and takes her work very seriously.

She has proven herself to be one of the most talented and successful entertainers of her generation. Her stellar performances have made her a fan favourite across Africa. Her movies “Battle on Buka Street” and “Omo Ghetto The Saga,” were recognised as the top and second-highest-grossing Nigerian films, with N668,423,056 and N636,129, respectively.

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