Who run the world?
The women of "Bloody Crayons" namely Janella Salvador, Jane Oineza, Maris Racal and Sofia Andres are very inspiring because they have a beautiful definition of GIRL POWER that doesn't degrade the boys. ❤
That, they shared in their Star Cinema Chat guesting last last week.
"I think it's knowing your worth and everything. Plus, standing up for your rights," Janella said.
The same with Jane.
"Parang ano... Fighting for your rights as woman," she stressed.
Maris, on the other hand, stands for equality.
"Ang dami kasing girls na ina-underestimate... Na hindi nila kaya 'yang ganyang trabaho kasi babae siya," Maris related.
"Super sakin 'yung girl power 'yung strength ng girl, 'yung confidence niya. Basta 'yun lang, 'yung confidence niya," she added.
And lastly, for Sofia, girl power starts within yourself.
"Just believe in yourself, trust in yourself and the rest will follow," she explained. "Always wearing your invisible crown."
You go, girls! ❤
Janella, Jane, Maris and Sofia star in Star Cinema's latest suspense thriller film "Bloody Crayons" with Elmo Magalona, Diego Loyzaga, Yves Flores, Empoy Marquez and Ronnie Alonte.
The film, directed by Topel Lee, is now showing in cinemas nationwide!