In an interview with News men, she described how repeating a crime scene during the production triggered an illness that incapacitated her for days.
She said, “There was a day I wasn’t feeling fine and we are shooting a crime story. It triggered my illness because it was so stressful that and we had to repeat some scenes more than six times. You could imagine someone that is not feeling fine and managed to complete that job.
Since then I made a promise to myself that I will never partake in any crime story because, after the production, I was on admission for five days.”
Adeleye, who is currently producing a movie titled Onise, noted that the movie was based on a true-life story about family planning.
“Onise is a true life story. It is about educating teenagers and married women about family planning because nowadays some young women make use of family planning pills to prevent pregnancy. This is a movie that got the approval of the Ogun State Ministry of Health,” she said, adding that she also secured the support of an elder brother of the Governor of Ogun State, Alhaji Adiboye Amosun.