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How Kathryn and Daniel handle online bashing

Kathryn doesn't give time to bashers

Cheska Espina
Cheska Espina

4/7/2017 in News
How Kathryn and Daniel handle online bashing
With being the country's premier love team, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla are also favorite targets of online bashing.

In an interview with PEP, Kathryn admitted that being in the industry for more than a decade taught her to just shrug off the hate and just focus on the good things.

"Ngayon mas 'DI PINAPANSIN. 'DI BINIBIGYAN NG ORAS," the Queen of Hearts said.

She added, "Parang 'pag tumatanda ka na hindi na nagma-matter 'yung mga ganung bagay gaano kasi mas marami [magandang nangyayari]."

However, Kathryn stressed that she still feels hurt sometimes because she is only human.

"Mas 'di ko na lang pinapansin, para 'di ako masaktan," she explained.

You can criticize her all you want but never ever involve her family.

"'Pag nadadamay 'yung family ko ['yun ang pinakamasakit]. Kahit sino naman eh," Kathryn relayed. "'Pag umabot doon 'yun na. Parang 'yun 'yung last na ano (straw) ko na."

Meanwhile, Kathryn and Daniel will grace the big screen in the much-awaited film "Can't Help Falling In Love."

In the film, Gab (Kathryn) is a "close to perfect girl" who's already set to wed her long-time boyfriend Jayson (Matteo Guidicelli). But her world suddenly turns upside down when she discovers that she is already married - but to a total stranger named Dos (Daniel)!

As she figures out with Dos how this unlikely incident happened between them, Gab starts breaking her own rules to survive their crazily confusing situation. But with the changes in her well-planned life seems to come a change of heart as well. Oh no! 

Will she walk down the aisle towards her long-time lover, or will she take the plunge with a perfect stranger?

Let's all find out the answer to these questions and more this April 15 when this "Can't Help Falling In Love" hits cinemas!

Star Cinema kilig summer surprise is directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar.