Sanya Lopez
Inspired by Alden-Kathryn, Sanya Lopez open to work with ABS-CBN talents
Jan Milo Severo (Philstar.com) - August 12, 2019 - 1:15pm

MANILA, Philippines – After the success of “Hello, Love, Goodbye” starring Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo, Kapuso actress Sanya Lopez said she’s willing to co-star with someone from rival network ABS-CBN.

In an exclusive interview with Philstar.com before she ran on the Skechers Performance Run 2019, Sanya said she’s open to the possibility of doing a movie with Kapamilya stars.

“Basta mabigyan lang ako ng magandang project o kahit sino pa na kasama ang Kapamilya stars, kahit babae pa nga yan eh okay lang sa akin. Ready naman ako. Tatanggapin ko po ‘yon. Ang importante naman sa akin ay maganda ‘yong storya,” Sanya said.

Asked if she’s willing to do a movie with controversial Kapamilya actor Gerald Anderson, who was also in the event and her co-endorser of the brand, Sanya said it’s okay with her as long as the storyline is great.

“Why not? Trabaho lang naman. Pagdating sa trabaho, binibigay ko naman yun so if ever si Gerald, pwede naman po. Wala naman sigurong masama,” Sanya said.

Sanya said she already watched the blockbuster film, and that she’s proud of what Alden achieved in his movie with Kathryn, breaking network barriers in the process.

“I’m proud na parang nakakatuwa na isang kapatid namin na ang ganda ng binigay, nakipagsabayan siya kay Kathryn Bernardo which is ang sabi ko nga, ang ganda ng chemistry nila,” she said.

Apart from her teleserye “Dahil sa Pag-ibig,” Sanya is doing a movie with the Superstar Nora Aunor titled “Isa Pang Bahaghari.”

“Nakakakaba naman talaga pero I feel grateful to be a part of that movie kasi siguro lahat ng artista gustong makatrabaho si Miss Nora so parang hindi ko talaga ineexpect yung nangyari na ako yung napili bilang isa sa mga anak niya,” she said.

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