Natasha Sinayobye Biography
Natasha Sinayobye was born on 20 January is a Ugandan actress, model, singer and dancer. She debuted as a lead actress the Ugandan film Bala Bala Sese alongside her longtime boyfriend Michael Kasaija.
She currently plays her role of Kaitesi Munyana on Nana Kagga’s TV Series, Beneath The Lies – The Series.
Natasha Sinayobye Age
Natasha Sinayobye was born on 20 January, She is on the other side of her mid thirties.
Natasha Sinayobye Boyfriend
Natasha Sinayobye longtime boyfriend is Michael Kasaija
Natasha Sinayobye Child
She has a son with Michael Kasaija who is Sean Mario
Natasha Sinayobye Early life
Sinayobye was raised in Kampala Uganda and went school at st Noah primary, Balikkudembe Secondary School, agakhan and Aptech. She started singing in her early days of primary school taking part in talent shows through to secondary school.
Natasha Sinayobye Career
She rose to fame in 2001 when she emerged second runner up at the Miss Uganda pageant and was crowned Miss MTN Uganda. She later began to explore other projects like modelling with the top most modelling agency in Uganda zipper models. In 2011, she was voted No. 1 as the most beautiful women in Uganda by In2EastAfrica. She has appeared as magazine cover girl for African woman, elyt magazine and the beat magazine. She then ventured into performing arts (dance) joining the obsessions in the year 2002 where she did various performances and theatrical productions. She finally moved on to found KOMBAT Entertainment Ltd. Under Kombat, she achieved her major performance highlight performing at the opening ceremony for the CHOGM 52 heads of states conference in Uganda 2007. In 2009 together with her boyfriend, they joined drama group the ebonies. Come 2010 she began singing professionally and now she has released two hot new singles entitled butunda and Sikiya, catch them here. Her video Butunda won the most exceptional video in the 2011 Diva Awards.
Natasha Sinayobye Filmography
- Bala Bala Sese
- TV Series
- Beneath the lies
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Bala Bala Sese was, indeed a film to watch out for – an unimaginable love story between the village belle and boy about the rural.
It’s a simple story of Margaret (Natasha Sinayobye) and her sweet love John (Michael Kasaija) forging a way forward for their relationship even with the resistance of a malicious father hell-bent on marrying her off to someone else.
Directed by Bashir Lukyamuzi, the film premiered at Theatre La Bonita on Friday, in a glamorous event attended by actors, filmmakers and well-wishers.
The film boasts a very good picture – the cinematography was on point and the camera movements were well calculated. For instance, every time they had to pan, it was appropriately done and at the right time, something that many African filmmakers get wrong.
The film is crisply put together by Usama Mukwaya with a couple of punch-lines, funny quotes and serious banter that helps us go through the story with ease.
A love story for the biggest part of the film, Bala Bala Sese’s plot is that John wants to make money and wed Margaret. However, when Kasirivu (Raymond Rushabiro) loses village tycoon Zeus (Jabal Ddungu)’s goods worth millions, they decide to settle the matter like gentlemen.
Zues offers Kasirivu more cows and, in return, he gives him Margaret’s hand in marriage even before talking to her. We see the producers put together a message of love and the HIV/Aids virus beautifully, without making us sad and distressed by subjects that often arouse heart-rending emotions.
In fact, Aids or HIV was never mentioned anywhere in the film. The problem was that the story wasn’t really falling into place wholly. It seemed like some key events in the story just went missing or they never considered them important enough.
For instance, we expected to see John, the guy Margaret wanted to marry, fight for her love against Zeus, the guy her father wanted her to marry.
But in any way, even when we lost ourselves for some parts, the film somehow manages to find its direction because of the interesting lines and acting; Sinayobye was splendid when she lived the part of a naïve village belle whose dream in life was to own a pair of shoes!
She was convincing just like Rushabiro as her father. He was the best when it came to staying in character throughout the whole film.
“I tried to do something that would make Ugandans differentiate Raymond from Kasirivu and the result was the character,” he says.
Director Lukyamuzi notes that this being his very first project, he believes it’s just the baby steps and expects to learn from this experience for the work he will do going forward.
Even with some shortcomings, Bala Bala Sese could easily become one of the best deliveries in Uganda. Many viewers are likely to connect with the characters more than with any in many other local films, given that they are so real and they talk about things we know.
The story could have been all over the place but we saw ourselves, dreams and aspirations in some of the characters, and at times that’s all a filmmaker needs to get an audience.
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