Pazimuti local drama series premiers on YouTube

By George Vhudzi
A gripping love triangle in a world filled with contrast, arts, chaos and intensive care, ‘Pazimuti is a local drama written and directed by Takudzwa Musadza in collaboration with 054tv, Capture Graphics, Stars studios.
Its all systems go for 054tv’s latest local offering Pazimuti. The highly anticipated series love musical drama is set to premiere on YouTube this months.


Diana Mwanangombe has taken up new challenges as actress with 054tv entertainment a new sound on the showbiz scene.
The story of Pazimuti: Nyaya Yemangoma episode is set in the heart of Senga high density suburbs in Gweru, where the most prominent and recognizable academic arts centre is found at Midlands State University (MSU).


‘When Roddy meets Ndaizivei, love strikes in an instant, creating a flame that emits a strong aura of beautiful bliss and emotions between these lovebirds. With Ndaizivei’s blindness and knowing only her mother and Roddy striving to be a great musical prodigy in the dark and messy streets in the ghetto of Senga, their love is set to face a dangerous challenge that lie ahead. A beautiful and strong willed Ms. Dominic sets out to help Roddy with his struggling career, but will it remain business as usual?’


Mwanamombe, who has been seating on her talent, said she is happy to be part of the Pazimuti crew and will continue to spread her wings as the sky is her limit.
“I like new challenges and exploring new things. As a Sociology student whom a lot of people would find strange and to some a sociologist in practice to see someone in this line of profession being involved in drama arts, I am going to bring the wide side of me never seen before, this i can guarantee,” said Diana Mwanangombe.

With most people living a digital lifestyle Musadza and his management saw it fit to premiere their drama on YouTube, it stars Diana Mwanangombe who in the play is known as , Simbarashe Gwawawa, Abeline Mukanga and Paidamoyo Pazvakavambwa
“Gweru has progressively become the quintessential pulse of local productions, not only from a storyline perspective but for its ability to provide fertile soil from which to grow and build new talent,” said Takudzwa Musadza.

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