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Rukky Sanda talks about her ideal man, Nollywood and making money

Nollywood actress Rukky Sanda had a chat with Sun Newspaper recently and she talks about Nollywood, making money, what she’s looking for in a man and so much more.
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Read excerpts below:
On becoming a producer:
It was a business decision because at that time, actresses were not well paid. I decided to go into production because I’d always been a business person. I think I was one of the first actresses who produced her own films in Nollywood. I made my debut in 2004 and produced my first movie in 2005. 10 years have rolled by ever since. I was already doing business when I got into Nollywood. I mean, I used to sell stuff so I had my own cash. And obviously mom supported me with a loan which I later paid back. Starting out I wouldn’t say was easy because as at 2005, N3 million was a lot of money. I’m my executive producer. It’s not like I don’t believe in executive producer hunting but it is just not my thing.
On her debut movie:
Some people are still owing me money for my first movie. In fact, one is still owing me N.8 million. He’s a fel­low producer I gave my master copy. He was supposed to drop it off somewhere but he dubbed it behind my back and started selling it to television stations. By the time I took the movie out, everywhere I went people said they already had it. To this day, he’s not been able to come up with the money.
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On making money:
Yes of course; if I’m not making money I wouldn’t be here. It’s been a blessing and an amazing experience, a mixed grill to be precise. We’ve had serious issues with piracy and all of that stuff this year. I actually said ‘Rukky, you’re not doing movies anymore!’ And then I started focusing on my interior design business. But the truth is that at the end of the day, I have scripts I have written which I want to produce. It’s fun anyway but I don’t think I could ever quit producing movies; I love it though it’s stressful.
On her ideal kind of man:
A man who will win my heart must be an amazing person with a good heart. He should be funny and nice because when I’m happy, everybody’s happy.
On getting married:
Yes, very soon by God’s Grace.
 
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