Television vixen Samkelo Ndlovu is more than just a pretty face and she is ready to prove it by penning down her very own script.
After working on the project that she holds dear to her heart for the last few years, the Rhythm City actress revealed that she had finally completed writing her first script and she was finally ready to share it with the world.
Ndlovu opted to keep the details around the plot-line of her labour of love a mystery for now.
"2016 has been very kind to me. The most exciting thing to happen to me has been completing a script of mine that I have been developing for the past three or four years. I'm finally finished. I'm happy with the final draft that I have.
"I think I went through 10 drafts. I have edited it. I've changed endings and I have added and removed characters. But now I'm finally happy and very excited about that. I finally have a product to sell," she said.
Ndlovu said she was also working on a movie that fans will most likely see sometime next year as part of her spreading her wings to leave a footprint in the entertainment industry.
The multi-talented artist dazzled viewers on Lip Sync Battle South Africa by channelling rapper Cassper Nyovest while performing his hit track Doc Shebeleza a month ago.
Nyovest joined her on the stage for a surprise appearance to an explosive result.
Ndlovu became a household name for playing temptress Lerato on e.tv hit soapie Rhythm City.
Born and bred in Alexandra, Joburg, her illustrious TV resume includes roles in Zone 14, Soul City and Inkaba.
She maintains that the role of Lerato was the most fun she has had as an actress and promises viewers of the soapie that in the coming months they must expect plenty of action drama that was not usually seen in a soap operas.
"In the new storyline on Rhythm City viewers can expect a lot of drama, I know a lot of soapies don't have action, but there is a lot action in the upcoming storyline. Guns, poisoning, kidnapping and all sort of crazy movie things.
"For me as an actress that was a lot of fun to shoot. It gave me a taste of what shooting an action film could be like. Just a little bit, because there were not a lot of stunts," she said.