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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Dec 13, 2016

Enchong Dee Getting Rave Reviews For His Performance In 'Mano Po 7: Chinoy' That Opens This Wednesday In Theaters Nationwide

ENCHONG DEE got very positive feedback from those who watched the premiere night of “Mano Po 7: Chinoy” for his very effective portrayal of the rebellious son of Richard Yap and Jean Garcia who becomes a drug addict. Some writers even opined that had the movie been an official Metro filmfest entry, he is sure to be nominated or might even win an acting award.

“I’m really thankful kay Mother Lily for giving me this very challenging role,” he beams. “And I also want to thank my co-stars, lalo na sina Richard Yap and Jean Garcia as my parents, dahil napakagagaling nila at masarap na kaeksena. Also, our director, Ian Lorenos, for trusting me.”
How did he feel when they didn’t make it as an official entry? “Siempre, nanghihinayang. Pero tapos na eh. Respetuhin na lang natin yung decisions nila. Move on na lang and try na lang uli again next year.”

With whom will he spend Christmas after he broke up with model Samantha Lewis earlier this year? “With my family. Pahinga muna yung puso ko. Trabaho mo. Busy pa kami sa promo ng movie and I’ve started taping for a new teleserye, ‘A Love To Last’, with Bea Alonzo and Ian Veneracion. Pero bago yun, sana po, suportahan natin ang ‘Mano Po 7: Chinoy’ na opens this Wednesday sa mga sinehan nationwide.”