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Thai stars Mario Maurer, Nonkul Chanon, and Gulf Kanawut share holiday plans

What makes Thai stars Mario Maurer, Nonkul Chanon, and Gulf Kanawut feel kilig?

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Gary Ann Lastrilla

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12/19/2021 03:14 PM
Thai stars Mario Maurer, Nonkul Chanon, and Gulf Kanawut share holiday plans
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Thai stars Mario Maurer, Nonkul Chanon, and Gulf Kanawut are capping off a busy year by finishing off pending work and spending time with their loved ones during the holidays.

The three revealed what they are up to during a video meeting with selected members of the press on Saturday, December 11, for the upcoming TNT Kilig Fest Christmas Special.  

“For Christmas, I think I will be with my mom at home because lately I’ve been shooting and [do] not [have] much time with her so I will spend time with my family, and maybe going [and spending the] holiday to the sea with my friends and family,” Mario said.


It’s the same case with Nonkul who is also looking forward to going to the beach with his family. He lightheartedly said, “I will go to Surat with my family, to the sea. Unfortunately, that place doesn’t have an internet or a phone signal so I hope we can survive.” As for Gulf, he will be busy with work.

When asked about their plans for the New Year, all three of them answered that they would be focusing on continuing their projects. 

Mario said, “My plans for 2022. I think my drama will be out, and I’m going to do more shooting with my new drama. It’s coming [this] 2022.”

“To myself, the plan would be don’t get sick and be able to finish other, you know, the pending shooting, work that’s still keep going on because I don’t want to slow anyone down,” Nonkul said. “So wrapping up the existing projects that you have?” clarified the host, to which he replied, “Yes.” 

As for Gulf, the host interpreted, “Gulf is going to concentrate on his existing work and just make sure that his work comes out very well.”  

Meanwhile, since their latest venture is called the TNT Kilig Fest Christmas Special,the men were asked about what makes them feel kilig or what makes their hearts flutter.  

“What makes me feel kilig? I think it’s the love of the fans,” Mario said, adding that whenever the fans show support such as sending them a greeting is a kilig moment for him.  

Nonkul seconded his answer and said, “Same as with Mario... Like when we see fans on the screen even though we’re still far away and they’re still supporting us from [a] distance.” 

“So all three of them have the same answers, basically the feeling and the love from the fans,” summarized the host.  

TNT Kilig Fest Christmas Special is exclusive for TNT and Smart subscribers in the Philippines this December 28, 7 pm via the GigaPlay app.  

Mario, Gulf, and Nonkul were announced as the new ambassadors of the said Philippine cellular service brand in May 2021.  

READ: Thai stars Mario Maurer, Gulf Kanawut and Nonkul Chanon tie up with PH telecom brand

Mario catapulted to international fame after he starred in the hit Thai movie Crazy Little Thing Called Love in 2010. A popular figure in the Philippines, he also did a movie under Star Cinema opposite actress Erich Gonzales titled Suddenly It's Magic in 2012.

Gulf, for his part, is the lead star of the Thai BL (Boys Love) TV project called TharnType: The Series, while Nonkul starred in the award-winning 2017 thriller movie Bad Genius.