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Why Anger Makes Some Women Barreen – Toyin Abraham Reveal

Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham is fervently promoting her forthcoming movie, “Malaika,” set to premiere this month. In a recent interview with The Sun Nigeria, she delved into the film’s distinctive theme centered around how a woman’s anger can affect her fertility—a subject less explored in the realm of cinema. Abraham offered an inside look into the movie’s storyline, stressing its relevance and encouraging women, especially those aiming for motherhood, to be mindful of their emotional well-being. She underscored the importance of incorporating such themes in storytelling to raise awareness on this crucial aspect.

Speaking about her new movie coming this month called Malaika and how it deals with how a woman’s anger can affect her ability to have children, Toyin Abraham said during the interview:

TOYIN ABRAHAM: I am grateful to God for everything and how far we have come. It has indeed been a beautiful year and we are rounding it off with Malaika. It is an action drama that follows the story of a barren woman who battles rivalry and repeated miscarriages. As she continues struggling to cope with her infertility and anger issues, she realizes it’s time to embark on a

spiritual journey to find healing. She later finds out that no seed grows where the soil is heated. There are lots of lessons to take home from Malaika. Seeds don’t grow where the soil is heated; everyone, especially women should know this.

I just wanted a perfect cast and a good movie, so I had to go out of my way to get them. The outcome is mind-blowing. Fans should come out on December 22 to see Malaika. I wish them good luck and success as they do so. My fans should also expect more relatable stories from me


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