Read on to find out the top Nollywood movies to watch on Netflix 2021.
Nollywood movies are making waves worldwide. These days, the measure of how well an industry is doing is whether they’re able to penetrate the streaming market.
Due to this, streaming services such as Netflix became more popular globally during the pandemic.
People stuck at home with no ability to go out and watch movies turned to ‘Netflix and chill’.
That has opened up an avenue for Nollywood to make new revenue as Netflix pays handsomely to acquire new content.
As the years go by, Netflix is acquiring the rights to more and more Nollywood movies.
Nigerians both home and abroad are now searching to find what are the top Nollywood movies to watch on Netflix 2021.
Below we give you the list…
1 King of Boys II
Businesswoman Eniola Salami returns to Nigeria after a five-year exile eager to mete out punishments to her adversaries.
Creator: Kemi Adetiba
Cast: Sola Sobowale, Efa Iwara, Titi Kuti
2 Omo Ghetto: The Saga
Twins are reunited as a good-hearted female gangster and her uptight rich sister take on family, crime, cops, and all of the trouble that follows them.
Release date: December 25, 2020 (Nigeria)
Directors: Funke Akindele, JJC
Box office: ₦636.1 million
Cast: Zubby Michael, Funke Akindele, Mercy Aigbe, Chioma Akpotha
Determined to marry before she turns 30, a woman tries to change her impulsive ways and do whatever it takes to win back the boyfriend who left her.
Release date: December 4, 2020 (Nigeria)
Director: Kayode Kasum
Box office: ₦20 million
Written by: Ozioma Ogbaji
Cast: Nancy Isime, Jide Kene Ahufusi, Mawuli Gavor, Elvina Ibru
When a rude and arrogant princess finds herself relying on a gatekeeper after a terrible accident, it may be enough to make her change her ways.
Release date: March 20, 2020 (Nigeria)
Director: Moses Inwang
Cast: IK Ogbonna, Matilda Lambert, Prince Sontoye
5 Quam’s Money
Quam, a security guard turned multimillionaire, lives the good life with his fortune until he falls victim to fraud.
Release date: December 11, 2020 (Nigeria)
Director: Kayode Kasum
Box office: ₦89.9 million
Written by: Chinaza Onuzo
Cast: Falz, Nse Ikpe-Etim, Williams Uchemba
6 Brother Jekwu
Chasing wild success, a village hustler follows his cousin from Nigeria to Kenya and stumbles into the shady business affairs of a notorious overlord.
Release Date: December 2, 2016 (Nigeria)
Director: Charles Uwagbai
Cast: Mike Ezuruonye, Juliet Ochienge, Angela Okorie
Chioma left Nigeria for the USA to help her sister that was accused of killing three people including her husband. She is determined to keep her from jail but requires the truth.
Release date: July 30, 2010 (Nigeria)
Director: Chineze Anyaene
Budget: $2.5 million
Cast: Genevieve Nnaji, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Odalys Garcia
8 Sanitation Day
Two cops must contend with the uncooperative tenants of an apartment complex as they attempt to solve a murder before the crime scene is wiped clean.
Release date: January 22, 2021 (Nigeria)
Director: Seyi Babatope
Cast: Blossom Chukwujekwu, Elozonam Ogbolu, Nse Ikpe-Etim
9 Days of Destiny
With their family facing financial woes, two teenage brothers seize an opportunity to reverse their bad fortunes by travelling 20 years back in time.
Release date: January 1, 2021 (Nigeria)
Directors: Akay Mason, Abosi Ogba
Produced by: Akujobi Victoria and Isioma Osaje
Cast: Olumide Oworu, Denola Grey, Gbemi Akinlade
10 Osuofia in London
The eponymous Osuofia arrives in London straight from his village in Africa. He has inherited the vast estate of his deceased brother who left the village years before and amassed a business fortune in London.
Release date: 2003 (Nigeria)
Director: Kingsley Ogoro
Cast: Nkem Owoh, Mara Derwent, Francis Odega
We hope you enjoyed this list of top Nollywood movies to watch on Netflix 2021