Aga Muhlach has revealed that it would be incredibly hard for people not to cry when they watch his upcoming family comedy-drama flick “Seven Sundays”—siya nga naiyak eh!
“Seven Sundays” will mark Aga’s return to the movies after an almost seven-year hiatus and in an interview on “Magandang Buhay” this morning, October 6, the veteran actor shared that the confrontation scenes in it are so realistic in Filipino families that even he got carried away.
“It’s about brothers and at this age, while doing this film, akala ko parang mahihirapan ako kasi may mga eksenang mabibigat ganyan pero alam mo, habang ginagawa mo 'yung eksena namin maiiyak ka talaga kasi totoo lahat eh.”
He continued, “'Pag nagkaroon kayo ng confrontation, tapos mamaya bibigay ka rin, maga-apologize ka, yayakapin ka ng kapatid mo. ‘Nandito lang kami,’ (sasabihin nila).”
Aww! Looks like marami-raming tissue ang kailangan nating dalhin sa October 11 when “Seven Sundays” finally opens in cinemas!
Ronaldo Valdez, Dingdong Dantes, Enrique Gil, and Cristine Reyes also star in “Seven Sundays”, which is directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.
You can watch the trailer here: