Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade has revealed that he is still struggling despite acting for 46 years.

The actor who bagged a role in Kunle Afolayan’s new movie Ijogbon disclosed this at the premeire on Thursday, where he encouraged young people who are interested in acting to build their skills.

The actor said most young people want to act for the glamour and the gains, and not ready to put in the work.

Speaking at the event, he said, “When young people walk up to me and say things like, daddy make me a star, I say if I have done 46 years and still struggling, then who are you.

“They should be ready to pay dues, do the art right, so that the art can do them right.”

It will be recalled that the actor had in April asserted that to survive, successful in local parlance, in Nigeria, one must belong to “a cult”.