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Pallance Dladla is a drama king

Written by soapiepolice from the blog The Soapie Police on 11 Jul 2015
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Few actors can pull off being vulnerable, dramatic, emotional and tearful in one scene. For episode after episode. Because men are not as emotional as women. Even if they are, they hardly cry. And we forgive them, and don't judge them as harshly as we do women.

So, when we get a rare beast with a vulnerability that captures our heart, we want to keep it all to ourselves, and not be caught crying on a Friday evening (we almost get mad at Mr. Dladla for making us cry).

Because in that scene where he confronts a man that molested him or cries over his dad's appearance, we shed a tear. It got me wanna delete my blog about his terrible acting in Rhythm City or how he was a shadow in Isibaya.

This short guy, this muscled tearful beast of a man should leave soapies and stick to dramas. Maybe actors are secretly just as impatient when script writers drag stories for years and years. Maybe it messes with their creativity. Like a man who can't handle a long term commitment.

Thank you Mr. Dladla.

Actors in this post: Pallance Dladla

Shows in this post: Tempy Pushas

Channels in this post: SABC1



3 Comments

max85
11 Jul 2015 17:19

That scene on tempy pushas was powerful .I think does best on Dramas .he was terrible as sbu vilakazi .I think he will get a SAFTA for this role .

RONDA
12 Jul 2015 15:30

Yeah also found he was limited at RC as Sbu. He's good at that role on TP. Can we please have a link where we can share article links on social media? Please please :)

soapiepolice
12 Jul 2015 18:52

Ronda, im on Twitter @slamzee, get all my links there or follow @officialtvsa


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