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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.

Jul 16, 2018

Sunshine Cruz Excited With 'Kapag Nahati Ang Puso' & Would Rather Not Talk About Ex-Hubby Cesar Montano And Says: 'Sa Positive Na Lang Tayo'

SUNSHINE CRUZ might be 41 years old, but she certainly looks so much younger than her age. No wonder Bea Binene, who plays her daughter in “Kapag Nahati ang Puso” that starts airing this Monday morning, has feelings of insecurity since Sunshine’s waistline seems to be even smaller than hers. To think that Bea’s age at 21 is just one half of that of Sunshine and Shine has already give birth to three daughters that are now all grown ups.

Sunshine is very happy and grateful for the warm welcome her co-stars and the production staff of “Kapag Nahati ang Puso” gave her when she moved to GMA-7. “Most of them, ngayon ko lang nakatrabaho but they’re all very nice and accommodating,” she says. “Sina Zoren Legaspi at Benjamin Alves na leading men ko, first time namin together pero nagkahulihan kami agad lahat ng loob so everything sa taping, naging madali para sa amin, including our director, Gil Tejada.”

She has really moved on after her marriage to Cesar Montano crumbled and she doesn’t want to talk about him anymore. “May kanya-kanya na kaming buhay kaya wala na akong masasabi about him. Stay positive na lang tayo. I’m just hoping for the best tungkol sa annulment ng aming marriage. Maging positive sana ang outcome.”

Wasn’t she affected when bashers implicated her and daughters when Cesar was involved in the corruption case of the tourism board? “Gaya nga nga sabi ko sa mga anak, they should not be affected kasi lahat ng gamit nila, from the clothes they wear to the car they used, lahat is galing from their mom. I work very hard to be able to provide for them. I tell them to just pray for their father kasi ayokong magtanim sila ng sama ng loob sa kanya. I’m just thankful na mababait ang mga anak ko at nauunawaan nila ang mga nangyayari.”
She faced another battle when the Brunei businesswoman who she sued for swindling her of P3 million put her phone number on social media to harass her and she’d now get messages and calls from people she doesn’t know bothering her even in the wee hours of the morning. This is what she wrote in her social media account about it:

“Changing my cel no. is not an option. I’ve been using this for more or less 10 years and we all know na hassle ang magbago ng cel no. Anyways, been getting calls and messages from unknown people. Some would text me at 3am asking if I’m still up, some would text and call me early in the morning. Just because my cel no. was spread online by a person na hindi mo maintindihan ang pinaglalaban. I hope na yung mga natitira pang tunay na nagmamalasakit sa taong ito ay maturuan sya ng tamang hakbang kung papaano i-deal ang kasalukuyan nyang issues para hindi na din madagdagan ang kinakaharap nya.”