Enrique Gil shows why moving on is hard in 'Nakaraan' MV

Jan Milo Severo - Philstar.com
Enrique Gil shows why moving on is hard in 'Nakaraan' MV
Enrique Gil
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MANILA, Philippines — The music video for "Nakaraan," an official sound track from Enrique Gil's comeback movie "I Am Not Big Bird," has just been released. 

Sung by Davao singer Joem, the track features scenes from Gil's comeback movie, which is currently showing in Philippine cinemas. 

While “Nakaraan” is a soundtrack that one can listen to while riding on a bus and dramatically staring out the window, its official music video teases fans of the antics of Enrique and his co-stars, Nikko Natividad, Red Ollero and Pepe Herera, and their colorfully complicated “iyak-tawa” experiences in Bangkok. 

Enrique is also seen in tearjerker scenes in the music video because, as they say, moving on is not linear.

WATCH: Enrique Gil's Bangkok misadventures in 'Nakaraan' MV

The song has been making waves since its release last February 9, captivating fans who attended the movie’s promotional mall tour where Joem performed it in front of thousands of viewers. 

This was followed by airplays, from Manila’s largest radio stations, full-blown media pick-ups, TV and physical guestings. 

Last February 13, Joem also graced the movie's premiere night. 

In the movie, Enrique Gil plays Luis who is going through a breakup by traveling to Thailand but finds himself caught up in a case of mistaken identity. 

"Nakaraan" captures the journey of Luis and the people who recently find themselves at the end of a relationship, being the ones who had been left behind. 

It delves into the struggle to move forward when one's heart remains anchored to the memories of a lost love. Its relatable theme makes it a poignant anthem for those still navigating broken relationships. — Video from Joem YouTube channel

RELATED: WATCH: Enrique Gil returns to acting via comedy flick 'I Am Not Big Bird'

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