It is no longer arguable that Stella Nnenna Idika is one of Nigeria’s fast RISING STAR in the movie industry. Though she is not actually new in the industry, her comeback a few years ago has suddenly put her in the limelight after some years of acting interregnum.
Stella Idika, who started her acting career in 2004 if all things had been equally would ridden in the say celebrity wing as Mercy Johnson, Uche Ogbodo, Dakore, Ramsey Noah, and many other A-List actors who were her contemporize.
But the distraction that took her off the peak due to her busyness with other things did not dissuade her from pursuing her God-given talent and gift of Acting.
On the occasion of her Birthday, during an EXCLUSIVE interview with our correspondent, she opens up on her view about life, her career, her big boobs, and future ambition. Below are exerpsfrom the interview:
AEN: First of all, we want to wish you a happy birthday. We know your birthday is today. For the benefit of those who do not know you, can you tell us who Stella Idika really is? And how do you feel today, being your birthday?
STELLA: My name is Stella Idika, I’m from Ohafia, Abia state. I am a graduate of Public Administration from Lagos State University. Well Stella Idika is a self-motivated and resilient woman who is driven by a desire to be a change agent in the society. I’m an enthusiast, and very passionate about the things I love to do, people and life generally. And I always look out for opportunities to affect society positively, whether directly or indirectly.
Excitement is too light a word to qualify how I feel about my birthday. I owe a million gratitude to God for this far I’ve come.
AEN: What do you think about being a lady? Would you have preferred to be a Male? Why?
STELLA: Being a lady is one of the priceless gifts of nature. A lady is an embodiment of virtue, power, perfection and excellence and that is all I am. As a lady, I see myself as a pacesetter in my environment. We are builders.
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AEN: Tell us about your acting career? How did you start? What motivated you into acting? And what are the challenges you face as a nollywood actor? What to you would the ultimate achievement in your career?
STELLA: Acting has always been a childhood passion, it’s almost like an unquenchable fervor.
I started acting professionally as far back as 2004. I was out with a friend who was already in the industry when I got my first role, a minor role though (Waka pass), from there I started attending auditions. I did few other roles till I landed my first lead role in the movie titled, ‘Soldier boy’, staring Emeka Ike, Hanks Anuku, Kasandra Odita, Livinus Nnochiri, Vitalis Ndubuisi and my humble self, as directed by Ifeanyi Ikpoenyi. Thereafter I launched in officially.
The only challenge at the moment is the ever increasing competition and also the issue of cliques.
My ultimate achievement will be winning the award of best actress, landing roles in Hollywood movies, and also setting up a production company of my own and probably a TV station.
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Molecule 01 pays homage to Iso E Super, which is a sandalwood/cedar smell – but the trick is that this is all that’s in there. The scent doesn’t evolve quite like a normal fragrance, in fact it’s hard to even smell it all sometimes. My husband described it as smelling like a high school art room (i.e. pencil shavings). But once you have it on your body, it becomes the sexiest thing – very personal and close, very mysterious.
If you love Le Labo Rose 31, to me it’s a little bit like the whisper version of that (which for me is way too big of a fragrance for everyday).
Trust me that your man will steal this – or, you can get it for him for Valentine’s Day and steal it yourself