'Kung Ako Na Lang Sana' Supercut: This Sharon-Aga movie set the standard for 'BFFs to forever' love stories

Meet Enteng (Aga) and Emy (Sharon), the original "shinota mo ang best friend mo" couple

Chandral Selim
Chandral Selim

'Kung Ako Na Lang Sana' Supercut: This Sharon-Aga movie set the standard for 'BFFs to forever' love stories

There's a reason why the romantic-comedy "Kung Ako Na Lang Sana" topbilled by industry legends Sharon Cuneta and Aga Muhlach is still fondly remembered to this day. The classic film tells a story that's hard not to adore: two people who've had a decades-long friendship somehow realized in their 40's that they were in love all along.

It's a story we all hope becomes ours, and in celebration of its 15th anniversary last September 24, we put together a supercut which features its best moments in just over 15 minutes. You can watch it here:

And as every supercut deserves its very own poster, here's a little Sharon-Aga kilig moment you definitely deserve:

And if you want to watch more movie clips from "Kung Ako Na Lang Sana", you can do so here:

Aga will star in the upcoming Paul Soriano romance "First Love" alongside Bea Alonzo. It will be his second film since making a movie comeback in Cathy Garcia-Molina's "Seven Sundays" last year.

Sharon, too, is slated for an upcoming big-screen outing in "Three Words to Forever" alongside Kathryn Bernardo and former on-and-off-screen leading man Richard Gomez. To be directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, it is slated for release this year.

The Megastar topbilled the blockbuster hit "Unexpectedly Yours" with Robin Padilla, Joshua Garcia, and Julia Barretto last year.

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