Top 10 Nigerian movies on Netflix (2021)

Glam Squad Magazine brings to you the list of out Top 10 Nigerian movies on Netflix in 2021.

top 10 Netflix nigeria movies in 2021

The Nigerian ‘Nollywood’ film industry has lifted the bar, attracting foreign investment as a result of improved content and cinematography.

Recently, the number of Nigerians going to the movies and viewing on paid streaming services has increased.

Netflix is one of the major streaming companies that has developed an interest in Nigeria and Africa, presently broadcasting classic Nollywood films and acquiring exclusive rights to stream newer films that have yet to be published.

  1. King of Boys 2: This is a Sequel to Kemi Adetiba’s King of Boys. The original King of Boys was uploaded to Netflix in 2018, but the sequel has been available to watch since August 27th, 2021. Alhaja Eniola Salami, a businesswoman and philanthropist, has a bright political future in King of Boys.
  2. Kambili: The film was produced by Kayode Kasum and released on Netflix in June 2021. The film tells the story of a woman named Kambili, played by Nancy Isime. She was adamant about getting married before she was 30, as she tries to break her habit of impulsive shopping and win back her partner.
  3. Sanitation Day:Seyi Babatope created this film, which was released on Netflix in July 2021. The film is a crime thriller that follows the investigation into the death of an unnamed young man by the police department.
  4. Days of Destiny: This movie was directed by Akay Mason and Abosi Ogba; it was added to Netflix in July 2021.The movie tells the story of two brothers who took an opportunity to travel 20 years back in time.
  5. Osuofia in London: The movie is by far one of the most popular Nigerian comic movies released in 2003.Veteran actor Nkem Owoh played the lead actor. The movie was added to Netflix in June 2021.
  6. Ije: This film was first released in 2010 and featured Omotola Jalade-Ekehinde, Genevieve Nnaji, and other notable actors. In 2021, the film was added to Netflix.
  7. Brother Jekwu
  8. Quam’s Money
  9. Unroyal: Moses Inwang directed this film, which was released on Netflix in August 2021.

    The film depicts the narrative of a king’s daughter who mistreats and disregards her subjects. Pete Edochie, Shaffy Bello, Matilda Lambert, Bishop Umoh (Okon Lagos), and others are among the film’s notable cast members.

  10. Omo Ghetto: The Saga: On September 10th, 2021, Netflix added this hilarious film by Funke Akindele and her spouse, JJC Skillz.The films tell the narrative of how two twins, one a good-hearted female gangster and the other an uptight privileged sister, were reunited.