See Sarafina actors & actresses now :It’s now over 20 years since the famous movie Sarafina was released

See Sarafina actors & actresses now :It’s now over 20 years since the famous movie Sarafina was released

It’s presently more than a long time since the popular film Sarafina was discharged.

The film about the understudy uprising in June 1976 is as yet perhaps the best film ever to have been made in Mzansi.

In observing Youth Month, we have investigated the ritzy cast to see where they are presently.

Khanyo Maphumulo

You may recall her as the young lady with the other-worldly voice, however Khanyo Maphumulo now is a very much voyage artist and on-screen character. She disclosed to Daily Sun: “When I was drawn closer for Sarafina, I didn’t have the foggiest idea what it was about until I got the opportunity to practice for the job and afterward I began getting it.

“Despite the fact that I was only an artist in the film, I trust I assumed an enormous job, since music recuperates. I am pleased and respected to be a piece of such a notorious film and through it, I got an opportunity to show many individuals our history,” she said.

Khanyo said her job on Sarafina has helped a ton in the molding of her vocation.

“Any place I go, individuals despite everything remember me. It has additionally managed me to get worldwide gigs. As of late, I was in Gabon performing. Not long after my presentation. I was gotten back to from my lodging since individuals needed me to play out the Sarafina tunes.

“In spite of the fact that my musicians and I were ill-equipped, I performed and everybody appreciated it. I was excited to see the effect the film has had on different nations as I was informed that ‘Opportunity is coming tomorrow’ resembles a song of devotion to them.”

In spite of the fact that Youth Day implies a ton to the 46-year-old entertainer, she told the People’s Paper she was frustrated individuals commend the day with liquor these days.

“I am profoundly frustrated on the grounds that the current youth, when they are observing Youth Day, liquor is constantly included.


“They don’t celebrate by reproducing the episodes that occurred in June 1976, instructing those more youthful than them what was going on at that point and how we arrived as a country,” she said.

Somizi Mhlongo

Decades later, Somizi is as yet applicable. The gifted media character played understudy pioneer Fire who was crucial in the understudy uprising in the film.

Today, Somizi is a hitched man, top of the line creator, unscripted television star,resident judge on an ability search rivalry and a radio host on Metro FM.

Leleti Khumalo

The capable entertainer has developed immensely in the acting business and has had many lead jobs which have won her honors. A large number of us may recall her as the feisty youthful Sarafina, which she landed when she was just 16.

Today Leleti drives thecast of eTV’s telenovela Imbewu (The seed), where she plays Mazulu. She is additionally the honor winning soapie’s official maker. Before she joined Imbewu, she was a piece of SABC1’s well known soapie Uzalo in one of her enormous jobs after she took a break from the little screen to bring up her two youngsters.

Leleti is living with the condition called vitiligo set apart by patches of the skin and once uncovered when she was on Uzalo, she used to cover her white patches, yet when she joined Imbewu, she had a significant conversation with the makers, who concurred she ought not cover herself.

The on-screen character, whose condition began at 19 years old, said she took the choice of not concealing herself with make since she needed to show individuals her condition.

Diekentseng Mnisi

Multilingual on-screen character Diekentseng was one of the artists and vocalists in Sarafina.

She presently plays the feisty MaNtuli on the top-outlining SABC1 soapie Skeem Saam.

In the well known soapie, she plays the exacting mother of three who was surrendered by her better half and has done her bit to bring up her kids to be mindful grown-ups, however comes to confront a great deal of difficulties.

Sindi DlathU

One of South Africa’s most well known on-screen character, Sindi Dlathu got her first taste of the big screen as a major aspect of the Sarafina cast.

She turned into a main woman on soapie Muvhango where she played Thandaza for about 20 years.

Not long ago she won the Favorite Actress at the DSTV Viewers Awards as the star of telenovela The River.

Lindiwe Dlamini-Dikana is probably the best reprobate and Sindi sings the show’s signature melody.

Her Sarafina roots have never left her with respect to years she has vowed to discharge her own music.

source : news365