Beautiful Yoruba actress Seilat Adebola Adebowale, who made a great performance in Dayo Amusa’s box office hit “Omoniyun,” has revealed her own idea of what it takes for a woman to be sexy. There have been different opinions on the problems of women and their sensuality.
While some have been tamed, others have been quirky and even weird, but for Seilat, keeping it as far away from the edge as possible without being too far from the slide is what works for her.
“Keeping it real and simple, I mean, not being dramatic and impactful is what works for me. Being sexy is dressing very well and the charisma that comes with balance. However, I think everyone should do whatever makes them feel comfortable. I love being simple, elegant and stylish, without revealing the skin too much and surprising people. The confidence she exudes when dressed appropriately and the attitude along with her is all that is needed for me, “he said in a conversation with Popurrí.”
Seilat Adebowale went to Elibel International Nursery and Elementary School, then Abeokuta Elementary School. His tertiary education was at Obafemi Awolowo University, where he earned a degree in Dramatic Arts.
She grew up in the Ipaja area of Lagos state with her father and stepmother, after her mother left polygamous marriage when she was just two years old. She is the sixth daughter of her father and the first of her mother. However, he said he grew up in the midst of a loving family and siblings.
She made her way into the film industry by producing her own movie in 2013. After that, she went to work a bit and came back completely in 2015. According to her, it was very difficult at first, but with her consistency she finally imposed herself. In the landscape.
The films he has produced are Imoran, Aridunu Omo and Barrister Seilat. Those he has submitted include; Ebi tani, Imoran, Maybe, Love and lies, Omoniyun, Depression, Eebo bu, Gym, Silence
I go to Jomi, Dear Affiliate, Jackpot, Sixteen, Atupa, Odeere olounje, Odeere alagbo, Meje, Iran meta, Confession, Emuke, Just another kind of fall, Too Much, Ololufe, Lucifer, Aderoju, The Tenant, Adams
Tenitika, You are me, roller coaster, 40 years, Inside life and Agbara ola.
Seilat Adebowale hails from the Abeokuta North local government area of Ogun state. His latest dream is to be the best filmmaker in history, in the mold of characters like Mo Abudu, Tyler Perry and Shonda Rhimes.