As we prepare to usher in March, there are quite a number of new Nollywood movies for film lovers.

Bounce News brings to you top 5 movies coming to the cinemas in March 2018,

Check the Nollywood films below

1. Disguise


In "Disguise," Nancy Isime and IK Ogbonna swap gender roles in an attempt to answer the question: What do men really want and what do women want?

The movie stars Desmond Elliot, IK Ogbonna, Nancy Isime, Wale Ojo, Toyin Abraham and Daniel K Daniel.

It will debut in cinemas on March 2, 2018.

2. Mummy Dearest: The Wedding

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The movie tells the story of a young man, Chijioke Chinda, who was sent to his hometown Port Harcourt to head his company’s project.

He decides to propose to his girlfriend, Boma Koko, who begins to assume the position of a prospective wife, which Chijioke’s mum, Rose Chinda does not like.

A tussle for attention between the ladies begin  and culminates with Chijioke and Boma’s big wedding.

Starring Liz Ameye, Daniel K. Daniel, Uti Nwachukwu and Mary Lazarus, "Mummy Dearest: The Wedding" premieres on March 9, 2018.

3. "Bound"


"Bound" tells the story of Chinenye, a 35-year-old career woman, who is scolded by family and friends for still being single.

 Elochukwu, despite all of Chineye’s indecisiveness and fear of commitment, remains in her life with a resolve to show her unconditional love.

Unknown to everyone, Chineye battles spiritual, emotional and physical forces making her emotionally unfit to commit herself to anyone, no matter how hard she tries.

The film is produced by Lilian Afegbai and directed by Frank Rajah.

"Bound" stars Rita Dominic, Eyinna Nwigwe, Joyce Kalu, Nicole Banner, Duke Emmanuel and Neye Balogun and debuts in cinemas on March 16.

4. "Dr Mekam

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In "Dr Mekam" tells the story of a highly successful diaspora-based Nigerian doctor who decides to return home and run for the office of the Governor of Anambra state as "a humble stepping stone to becoming the President of Nigeria."

But navigating through the dark, murky and very diabolical waters of the Nigerian politics proves quite an uphill task for Dr Mekam.

Starring Kalu Ikeagwu, Seun Akindele and Uche Jombo, the movie debuts March 16, 2018.

5. "New Money"

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"New Money" tells the story of a young girl, who goes from being a shop girl to a billionaire, after her father leaves her his wealth.

The film stars Jemima Osunde, Dakore Egbuson-Akande, Wale Ojo, Blossom Chukwujekwu and Kate Henshaw.

It also stars Osas Ighodaro, Falz, Wofaifada, Daniel Etim Effiong, Adeolu Adefarasin, Kalu Ikeagwu, Femi Branch, Odunlade Adekola, Bikiya Graham-Douglas among others.

"New Money" premieres March 23.

Which ones do you want to watch?