Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla
MANILA – Contrary to what many people think, Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo think they are not a “perfect” love team as they also fight over misunderstandings while at work.
In an interview with ABS-CBN News’ Jeff Fernando, Padilla said they see to it that they fix their rift immediately so it will not affect their work.
“Agad pong inaayos. Hindi na po pinapatagal dahil mahirap po baka makita sa TV. Mahahalata yun. Kung may problema, pero usually wala naman talaga, dapat agad ayusin,” he said.
Bernardo, for her part, said their number one rule whenever they have a misunderstanding is to immediately apologize.
“Dapat hindi maapektuhan yung trabaho dun sa personal na nangyayari sa amin. Pero ayaw din namin na nagkakaaway sa set kasi yung mood namin pareho nag-iiba tapos tahimik na kami. Mabigat na sa feeling. Kapag nag-aaway, kung sino ang may kasalanan, dapat mag-sorry na,” she said.
Asked what they normally argue about, the two were in agreement in saying: “Oras, pagod at puyat.”
Meanwhile, Padilla and Bernardo are currently busy promoting their fifth big screen team up, “She’s Dating the Gangster.”
The two Kapamilya stars said they are excited for their fans to see the movie because it offers something different compared to their previous projects.
Padilla said he values the fact that ABS-CBN offers a variety of materials which he and Bernardo could work on.
“Ako lagi ko lang pinagdadasal na sana tuwing may project kami ni Kathryn, hindi sila magsawa. Yun ang maganda po sa iba’t ibang director na nakakatrabaho namin. Binibigyan kami ng kakaiba parati every project namin so may kakaibang makikita sa amin every time. Hindi lang paulit-ulit. Kaya siguro hindi rin po sila nagsasawa,” he said.
Bernardo, on the other hand, said both of them exert effort in always sharing something new with their fans.
“Dapat every project na ginagawa namin, different from before. Binibigyan din kasi kami ng chance na mag-portray ng iba’t ibang characters,” she said.
Padilla and Bernardo’s last movie project was “Pagpag,” a horror film that was part of last year’s Metro Manila Film Festival.
In “She’s Dating the Gangster,” the two promised that more teens will be able to relate as it somehow paints a picture of reality.
Directed by Cathy Garcia Molina, “She’s Dating the Gangster” will hit theaters nationwide on July 16.