Hubby ok with me kissing in movies- Kafui Danku

By: Kofi Duah
Kafui Danku kissing movies
Kafui Danku

WITH marriage comes a lot of changes in one’s lifestyle and it’s the same for our celebrities. For some, especially those in the make-believe industry, there is a reduction in romantic or nude scenes because their partners are not cool with that but the opposite though is the case for actress Kafui Danku.

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The actress told Showbiz in an interview recently her husband is very cool with her kissing on set and taking up any role.

“I have kissed other actors a couple of times after marriage and my husband is very cool with that. He understands the work I do and I thank him for that,” she said.

Kafui Danku, who is married to a Canadian man with whom she has a beautiful daughter, Baby Lorde, said she kissed in movies like I Do and Happy Death Day and some of her colleagues who were on set were even worried about her husband’s reaction.

She explained that if the script requires that she kisses in a movie, she will gladly do it. “We have been married for seven years and my husband I can say is the best man I have ever come across,” Kafui Danku said.

She added that if there is trust, couples will not have issues with what their partners do and that her marriage is working because she is transparent with her husband.

 Known for movies like Cold Fire, 4Play, Any Other Friday, Devil In A Dress among others, Kafui Danku is currently shooting her latest movie Goodbye Childhood which she says will be ready by the end of the year.
Kafui Danku had a word for some of the newly wedded celebrities.

“Don’t discuss your marriage issues with friends because you can never tell who your enemy is. As secretive as I am with my marriage I still have friends telling my husband things about me which are false but they forget my husband knows me inside out,” she said.
Kafui attended OLA Girls in the Volta Region and continued her education at the University of Cape Coast in the Central Region.