Shugaban is the first Nigerian online movie/video marketplace where movie lovers can rent Nollywood movies and other video content put up by producers and content creators…
Shugaban is a website/platform where you can rent yes I said rent movies for as low as N200 and you have access to these movies for 48hrs. Cool right?
I found out about this platform via a friend. I had talked his ears off on how bored I’d been lately and nothing seemed to be holding my attention for too long.
He must have thought I cared much for Nollywood movies for him to point me in that direction. Nevertheless, I decided to check out their site.
I will admit that was really impressed at their site. Maybe it’s because Blossoms poster was the first thing I saw ( Yes, I have a crush on him but that’s not why). The site is responsive, and packed with really cool Nollywood movies.
I am no lover of a lot of Nollywood movies, but truth be told, they have come a long way and I applaud their growth.
The shugaban.com site offers you a wide range of movies not limited to English movies only. They have Igbo, Yoruba, and even Hausa movies. This got me even more as I prefer to watch Yoruba movies and Hausa movies. Do you find this weird? Lol.
To rent movies, the process is pretty simple. Go to their site, create a user profile and you’re good to go. You also get access to free movies too. No monthly or yearly subscription fees.
Summary of what you get when you sign up.
– Free movies available.
– No monthly/yearly subscription fees. It is a Rent as you go basis.
– Rent your favorite Nollywood movies for as low as N200 / $1.
– Watch (again and again) for a period of 2days/48hrs.
– Secured payment platforms (Paypal, PayStack).
Another perk is, if you are a Filmmaker/Content Creators of Short Films, Documentaries, and Skits, you can also monetize your content on their site.
There guys! This is my own life lately post. You can read my other life lately posts here. Nothing much has been going on with me. I am just here patiently waiting for Christmas Jollof rice.