Thapelo Sebogodi they have a wonderful talent that attracts the audience

Thapelo Sebogodi they have a wonderful talent that attracts the audience

Drama series The River is understood for serving drama on a hot plate and bringing storylines that push the actors who portray the characters to new heights.

Thapelo Sebogodi they have a wonderful talent that attracts the audience

The award-winning show when it involves powerful and thought evoking storylines doesn’t play. It even finds itself in trouble with viewers on social media once they aren’t proud of the experiences that their favorite characters are browsing.

Now, The River’s latest storyline brings the spotlight to character Kabelo portrayed by Thapelo Sebogodi, who is showing viewers just how talented he’s.

The character Khabzela has always been a favorite with viewers together with his catchy lines and funny personality but his latest storyline sees him combat the portrayal of a junkie following the tragic death of his mother.

Viewers have had to observe the ever bubbly Khabzela become a nyaope junkie after he wasn’t ready to recover from his mother’s death, which he felt that he caused.

The storyline for several viewers has strike home with many recalling seeing friends or relations go down a dangerous hole that drugs trap them in.

Khabzela has viewers in complete awe over his transformation into the junkie, they already knew he was an honest performer now they’re speechless with some even eager to take an opportunity from watching the show until things change.

It’s no surprise that actor Thapelo is a tremendous actor, after all, it does run in his blood, his father is known actor Seputla Sebogodi who has won two SAFTAs and is best known for his role as Kenneth Mashaba on Generations.

Not so long-ago viewers were during a meltdown when character Ntsizwa portrayed by Meshak Mavuso died after affected by liver failure and not receiving proper health care from the local clinic because the dialyzer was broken.

The character’s passing cut deeply as he had found love with Rakgadi Kedibone portrayed by Tsholo Matshaba and that they were true couple goals, who viewers hoped they might begin on top despite circumstances being against them.

The emotional storyline saw many viewers wiping tears and taking to Twitter to praise the actors for his or her stellar performances.
Thapelo Sebogodi they have a wonderful talent that attracts the audience
Meshak and Tsholo aren’t the sole actors that are praised by viewers, actress Linda Mtoba who returned to her role as Nomonde earlier this year for a brief stint had viewers in awe after she perfectly executed a scene which saw rats walking everywhere her.

After Nomonde being beaten to a pulp – she was left lying in an abandoned shack with rats roaming around. The show’s viewers are impressed with the actress’s courage to be filmed next to moving rats.

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