The acclaimed Kenyan movie ‘Click Click Bang’ is now on Netflix.
The 2022 movie premiered on the international streaming platform on the 8th of October, 2023.
‘Click Click Bang’ is the brainchild of Award-winning scriptwriter Abel Mutua and his business partner Phillip Karanja. They both took to social media to announce this new milestone.
“Ladies and Gentlemen, Tonight from Midnight our Blockbuster will be up on Netflix. Let’s see if we can reach a Global Audience with our Very own Kenyan story.”
“#philmambassadors Thank you Kwa kutushikilia, let’s recruit more Ambassadors Globally now. For Crew and Cast, all 300+ of you. This is only the beginning. Thank you for walking with us on this journey.”
‘Click Click Bang’ tells the compelling story of Kev, a talented footballer and orphan who finds himself faced with the responsibility of caring for his ailing sister when his football dreams are shattered.
The Click Click Bang cast is made up of; Khaligraph Jones, Jacky Vike (Mokeira), Shaigwan Shiqo (Mamushka), Isaboke Nyakundi (Kasisi), Basil Mungai (Kev), Khaligraph Jones, Amina Huseein and Idah Alisah.
Content creator and film producer Abel Mutua has lashed at a local media house for publishing for what he insinuates is an innacuracy regarding his 2020 film, ‘Click Click Bang.’
The comedian took to his Instagram stories to call out NTV after the station, through a post on their social media, claimed that Mutua and his business partner Philip ‘Phil’ Karanja had earned an impressive remuneration of $60, 000 (approximately Sh. 8.8 million) from the sale of the film to monster streaming platform, Nairobi. “Where did you get these figures from? Who has even talked to you about anything? Style up manze. You of all people should know better,” He wrote, demanding that they pull down the piece.