I Can Go Half Nude But Not Completely Nude, Says Actress Roman Busola Badejo

Busola Badejo Roman is not new to the Nigerian television or cinema. Well known over a decade ago as Busola Badejo before she married her Romanian husband, the actress stared in Tade Ogidan’s Madam Dearest and Tunde Kilani’s Campus Queen.

So far, Beautiful Busola is not always associated with low budget movies.
After about 12years of academic odyssey, which saw the thespian bagging two University degrees, one in Business Administration, from the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, and the other from the United Kingdom (UK) in International Labour Relation, Busola returned to Nigeria about four months ago.

Armed with beauty, brain and the zeal to succeed, Busola who understand the fact she’s been away for too long in the industry said she is back to give the current stars a run for their money.

“I played Remi Surutu’s niece in ‘Madam Dearest’. That movie at that time was among the big budget movie by someone who doesn’t just make movies but quality movies. I got a role in that movie on merit unlike these days when movie roles are given to unqualified persons,” she explained.

Aside being an actress, Busola is also making waves in the modeling world after her reign as the Face of European country, Romania. The mother of two worked with Yeye Oge Modeling Agency and she is looking up to making more appearances in Nollywood movies than she did over a decade ago.

“A lot of actors are not qualified to get certain scripts. I still don’t know how they manage pass auditions. Because. I see a lot of quack acting on African magic. Quite a number of these, I see them on television every day.

”A lot of actors are not qualified,” she said.
When asked how far she could go when acting nude scenes, she replied, “I will go half nude if it’s necessary, I can’t go completely nude because of my kids and family” she said.

Busola recognized the impact of screen goddesses: Sola Sobowale, Stephanie Okereke and Joke Silva but, picks Sola Sobowale as her role model.

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