Is 'Beautiful Justice' formerly 'Rosang Agimat'? Gabbi Garcia explains
Jan Milo Severo ( - September 20, 2019 - 10:40am

MANILA, Philippines — Kapuso actress Gabbi Garcia clarified that her teleserye “Beautiful Justice” is a different project from “Rosang Agimat,” the soap opera where veteran actor Eddie Garcia met an accident that led to his death.

“No, no, no. It’s different project. 'Rosang Agimat' has been shelved,” Gabbi told in an exclusive interview following the launch of Pond's new "See What Happens" campaign that aims to empower women to overcome hesitations. 

Gabbi, a Pond's endorser, said that for her new TV series, she sacrificed a lot because the role demands lot of time and physical training.

“Yes, we did a lot of training for it and a lot of target shooting as well so we’re still gearing up to now,” Gabbi shared.

“It’s physically demanding. It demands a lot of your time, a lot of your presence as well and it’s not just your acting eh, also your fighting skills so it’s a lot different from all the projects I've done,” she added.  

When asked if it was inspired by the movie “Charlie’s Angels,” Gabbi said: “It’s a lot different. Different plot, and I think they should watch out na lang. I can spoil so much.”

Meanwhile, apart from “Beautiful Justice,” Gabbi also has a movie showing in theaters as part of Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino.

In the movie titled “LSS,” Gabbi was paired with real-life boyfriend Khalil Ramos. The story shows them following the Filipino band Ben&Ben’s journey. She said working with her boyfriend felt weird but she learned a lot from it.

“Weird but it’s really fun. I got to play with it with the pros and cons so I learned a lot,” she said.

When asked for the secret behind their strong relationship, Gabbi said: “We’d tried to keep a lot of private things private.”  — Video and editing by EC Toledo IV

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