Loukman Ali has finally become part of the Ugandans to be recognized on Netflix with his hard work and determination.
The talents of Loukman need no introductions as they have attracted too much attention and respect from celebrities’ such as the President’s son Muhoozi Kainerugaba.
With his release of the recent film sixteen rounds, different critics reviewed it as a film quality of Netflix.
“I can’t believe this is going to be the first Ugandan movie on Netflix, my first film is the first Ugandan film on Netflix. I can officially call myself a professional filmmaker!!! It’s dropping next week,” he announced.
This post was shared on his Facebook page with images showing the film being listed on Netflix’s catalogue.
Furthermore, the filmmaker added, “Girl in the yellow jumper taking our UG to Netflix, happiness!” he started.
He then tagged Maurice Kirya, Michael Wawuyo as well as other cast members before appreciating them for their hard work.
“…and the entire team thanks for the hard work. I hope this opens doors for mIn The Girl in the Yellow Jumper, a man is drugged and taken hostage while watching TV. When he escapes, he returns home with an unbelievable story to tell. Based on true events.
This comes in as an important national milestone as Netflix remains the world’s top choice for TV and movie streaming in 2021.
Streaming shows and movies over the internet is the best way to watch TV, and Netflix remains superior to any other streaming channels.