MANILA, Philippines – Television host and actress Kris Aquino denied that she had a rough time when her "Sisterakas" co-stars, actress Ai Ai delas Alas and comediane Vice Ganda, were not in good terms with each other.
|Television host and actress Kris Aquino
Delas Alas and Vice Ganda both admitted that they had a misunderstanding although this was also eventually resolved -- well before the movie was announced.
In an interview with “The Buzz” aired on Sunday, Aquino said her relationship with the two box-office stars are different but she stressed that both are close to her heart.
“Sobrang tagal na kaming magkakakilala and iba 'yung bonding talaga namin and hindi mo na siya madadagdagan. Ang masasabi ko na lang, na-solidify,” she said.
While Aquino considers Vice Ganda as her constant “movie date,” delas Alas, on the other hand, is like a big sister to her.
“The difference lang kasi is that si Vice kasi mayroon kaming ongoing na siguro magdadalawang taon na bawat may showing na pelikula na Tagalog, kaming dalawa talaga 'yung sabay na nanonood talaga,” she said.
“Kay Ai kasi, ang dami na naming pinagdaanan together. Parang isa ko na rin siyang ate talaga kasi buong pamilya namin, we consider Ai Ai talaga as part of the family,” Aquino explained.
For the TV host, their maturity plays a big role in their friendship.
“Ang maganda sa aming tatlo, at this point of our lives, marunong kaming magsuportahan talaga at magbigay ng moment sa isa’t isa,” she said,
Aquino, delas Alas and Vice Ganda are headline the Star Cinema comedy "Sisterakas" for director Wenn Deramas, which is an entry to the 38th Metro Manila Film Festival.
Also starring Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla and Xyriel Manabat, "Sisterakas" will opens in theaters nationwide on Christmas Day.