ACTRESS Lulu Hela, who is the executive producer of popular drama series Gomora, says she wakes up with joy at the fact that her work is being celebrated.
On Thursday, 4 August, she took to Instagram to share how incredible her team was.
This was following the episode that was tackling human trafficking and abuse among black women and children.
Lulu wrote: “Work of heart. This is the reason why I jump out of bed every morning and come to work.”
The founder of Hela Media said she was happy that her cast was doing well.
“I am so blessed to work with such exceptional cast and crew who inspire me so much. @katlegodankeofficial @sanamchunu7 I remain in awe of your gifts. It’s deeper than just performance. The way you surrender to the story gives me goosebumps. I’m privileged to bear witness to your excellence everyday,” Lulu said.
She also praised Gomora director Michael Sebonego for his good work.
Her workmates and fans also shared how beautiful her stories were told through a lens.
Actress Katlego Danke also thanked her for the beautiful gesture.
Then Nez Mat commented: “The way I cried when I watched this episode.”
Princess posted: “This was one of the most emotional scenes. It felt so real. The acting was on another level. It was the best of it all.”
Boipelo said she was happy with how Gladys had shown support to Thathi.
“Gladys holding Thathi at the end. Nothing like women coming together when the going gets tough,” she said.
Michael also commented: “Your leadership makes us wake up and do what we love most. You are the greatest boss who always makes us feel special, sis Lulu.”