Jagun Jagun ending explained
If you’ve seen Jagun Jagun, then you must be wondering if there is a second part coming. With the way the movie ended, the answer is an 80% yes! Here is Jagun Jagun ending explained.
P.s if you are reading this article, then we assume you’ve seen Jagun Jagun already. Because this Jagun Jagun ending explained article contains spoilers.
Jagun Jagun ending explained
Towards the end of Jagun jagun movie, Erinfunto (character played by Fathia Williams-Balogun), stabs Ogundiji with her small mace that contains magic enough to render him helpless for some seconds, while Gbotija (character played by Lateef Adedimeji) and some of the other soldiers who have turned against Ogundiji pierce him repeatedly with their swords. He then falls down and die.
However, at the end of the movie, a man comes towards Ogundiji’s palace after his death and he is given the news that Ogundiji is indeed dead, by the wise man (character played by Yinka Quadri) who stands outside the palace. The man, currently unnamed and played by veteran actor Ibrahim Chatta, screams in anguish after the wise man says “The finest calabash in the house has broken.
He then shouts “Ogundiji o” as though to invoke his name.
Jagun Jagun ending explained (Potential part 2 plot)
The end of Jagun Jagun shows that the end has not come at all. It would seem that the man that seeks Ogundiji out after his death is a close relative to him, or someone in his family. Ibrahim Chatta is pissed off by Ogundiji’s death, and to exact revenge, he will turn Ogundiji into a spirit and make him exact vengeance on Gbotija who killed him.
He’ll also come back more powerful than ever.
It may in fact be that Ogundiji is not dead at all, considering that his death was not fully shown after he was pierced severally with the warrior’s swords and that of Gbotija. We only saw him fall down, so he may very much be alive.
Hence, Part 2 of Jagun Jagun will be about Ogundiji seeking vengeance against Gbotija, who now controls Ogundiji’s kingdom and army of warriors.
That’s Jagun Jagun ending explained.
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Synopsis: About Jagun Jagun: The Warrior Netflix Movie
Jagun Jagun: The Warrior Movie centers on a notorious warlord- Ogundiji (Character played by Femi Adebayo) who reigns supreme and has a number of warriors at his beck and call. Ogundiji is well-versed in the ways of war and his skills are unmatchable. That is, until a Young Warrior threatens his reign and desires a very beautiful young woman in the village- Kitan, Character played by Bukunmi Oluwashina.
Jagun Jagun has amazing cinematography and action. The movie contains gory action scenes of war and the tumult a village faces following these unpredictable events. It bears similar action and cinematography to Femi Adebayo’s own hit movie- “King Of Thieves“. Although it is not an official sequel, viewers might find similarity in themes and visuals between Jagun Jagun: The Warrior and King of Thieves.
Adebayo is going all out with Jagun Jagun movie- boasting in confidence that his intention is to make it an even bigger epic than King of Thieves was. Hopefully, that becomes true and the film receives positive reviews viewers and critics.
According to him:
“We made a story that talks about the TWO important days of our lives as HUMANS – the day we were BORN and the day we find out WHY we were born.”
Jagun Jagun: The Warrior is streaming only on Netflix.