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Angelica Panganiban ‘warns’ Carlo Aquino: 'Hindi ka na pwedeng mag love scene sa iba'

Angelica Panganiban said such a decision is necessary to protect their successful love team.

BY LANCE PAOLO LIM

FRESH SCOOPS

10/10/2018 8:38 AM
Angelica Panganiban ‘warns’ Carlo Aquino: 'Hindi ka na pwedeng mag love scene sa iba'


One of the most memorable scenes in Carlo Aquino and Angelica Panganiban’s reunion film Exes Baggage is the sofa scene where the two showed off their skin while making out in a brilliantly-executed way.  

During the Thanksgiving Party of Exes Baggage, the press asked the couple if they had any awkward moments while filming the said scene which apparently took them a couple of takes to finish. 

“‘Yung dun sa sofa hindi na. Masaya na kami nun eh. ‘Yung mga una, siya [Carlo] naiilang siya,” Angelica answered. 

Tsaka inaano (kinakausap) naman niya ako na ‘okay lang ‘yan, ako lang naman ‘to,” Carlo said. 

Now that #CarGel is flying high as a love team, Angelica has set ‘restrictions’ for the two of them when doing projects with their actors. 

Sa restrictions siguro, ako ano, baka ngayon dapat nag-aagree na kami sa next step ng career. Sa alam mo, kailangang ingatan ‘tong teamup na ‘to,” Angelica stated. She then added: “Alam mo, hindi ka na pwedeng makipag-love scene sa iba. Hindi pwede. Nako jusko. Bawal.”

Carlo Aquino also responded: “Holding hands lang ang pwede sa’yo ha?” To which Angelica responded: “Ay hindi na. Ongoing na ang Playhouse.” Carlo then hilariously reiterated: “Nako ‘yang si Zanjoe talaga. Bibingo na ‘yan

Before the Thanksgiving Party ended, Angelica was asked one more time about her love scene with Carlo and jokingly said: ”I wanna do it again.” 

Exes Baggage has officially earned P270 million worldwide in just two weeks. 

Directed by Dan Villegas, the Carlo Aquino and Angelica Panganiban-starrer film is the first movie offering of Black Sheep, an outfit under ABS-CBN Films which aims to produce films for the "millennial market."