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Taurai 'Gringaldinho' Son Of Late Gringo Launches Drama Series 'Chatikobo Comes To Town'

Taurai 'Gringaldinho' Son Of Late Gringo Launches Drama Series 'Chatikobo Comes To Town'

Taurai “Gringaldinho” Boora, the son of the late comic actor Lazarus Boora better known as Gringo, recently launched a drama series titled ‘‘Chatikobo Comes to Town.’’

In the drama series, Taurai featured seasoned actor, Blessing “Mbudziyadhura” Chimhohwa who acted with his father and Chati Butao.

Speaking to HMetro on the sidelines of the launch, Taurai said he was happy to work with Mbudziyadhura. He said:

I am so happy that Mbudziyadhura and Chati are part of the Pwaakaa journey and am learning a lot from them.

It is very hard to find people who are talented and dedicated.

With this new offering, we are upping our game as we want to give fans what will entertain them.

He also expressed gratitude for the support received from fans who turned out in large numbers when he “expected a few people to attend the event.”

Speaking about his acting journey, he said he started acting when he was in Grade Five as he drew inspiration from his late father Gringo.

Ba Shupi and Jonah Chivasa performed at the launch.

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weldone 1 month ago

Keep up the standard young man

greater 1 month ago

weldine younger keep fire burning

Joker 1 month ago

keep it up youngman

Manikiniki 1 month ago

Problem no one will promote u in this ZanuLand they d rather spend their monies bringing in already established artists and and actors from outside for their events rather than hiring and promoting local Gringos.

bhubesi 1 month ago

they will give u i scarf

Captain Jack Sparrow 1 month ago

Mpfana you are forgetting that it is Zim ,it is not Hollywood ,your father died a pauper and you want to repeat the same mistake kkkkk

biebie 1 month ago

@Captain Jack Sparrow
u r insane Wut r u laughing at mxxm

gng 1 month ago

saka chii chikusekesa

Modde10 1 month ago

Not funny


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