Angelica emotional after 'Unmarried Wife' makes P17M on first day

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Posted at Nov 17 2016 11:57 AM | Updated as of Nov 17 2016 12:32 PM

MANILA – An emotional Angelica Panganiban took to social media to give thanks after her latest movie, “The Unmarried Wife,” made P17 million on its first day on Wednesday, according to figures released by Star Cinema.

 

#TheUnmarriedWife ... Hindi ko hiningi na umabot dito sa unang araw. Hindi ko din inakala ang lahat ng papuri ninyo. Wala akong hininging kapalit kung hindi ang, sana, may manood ng pelikula. Naniniwala ako sa materyal na meron kami. Madaming madami ang pagsubok na inakala ko, na hindi na to mabubuo. Dedication and hard work really pays off. Kung makapal lang mukha ko, nag picture na ko habang umiiyak ngayon. Thank you @v_r_v_ for a very beautiful script! To you and @hyroaguinaldo ❤️ bawat linya sa pelikula, importante. Thank you direk Maryo! For believing in me. It's an honor to work with you again. Salamat sir @dongdantes sa muling pagbibigay ng opportunity na makatrabaho ka, na walang sawa kong kkwento sa mga tao kung gaano ka kahusay sa pelikulang to. Hindi masasaktan at babangon si "Anne" kung hindi dahil sa husay ni "Geoff" 🍾 salamat @pauavelino sa unang pagkakataon na makatrabaho ka. May our experiences in this film be our first, and not our last. Sa staff at crew!!!! Kay madam Elma, @marcndeleon , clau, justin at aaron. Salamat!! Ate malou 😍 i miss your mga pa merienda!! Kay diego, na partner ko talaga sa movie na to. Kay eli (Enchonggo) sana magtagumpay pa tayo!! Pag naka akyat tayong 9501, ako ulit bahala sa inuman nyo ❤️to star boys!!!! 😂 congrats team #TheUnmarriedWife

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“Hindi ko hiningi na umabot dito sa unang araw. Hindi ko din inakala ang lahat ng papuri ninyo. Wala akong hininging kapalit kung hindi ang, sana, may manood ng pelikula,” she said via an Instagram post.

“Naniniwala ako sa materyal na meron kami. Madaming madami ang pagsubok na inakala ko, na hindi na to mabubuo. Dedication and hard work really pays off. Kung makapal lang mukha ko, nag picture na ko habang umiiyak ngayon,” Panganiban added.

Obviously overwhelmed by the movie’s early success, Panganiban also thanked her director Maryo J. delos Reyes, co-stars Dingdong Dantes and Paulo Avelino and the whole production team which made the film possible.

“It's an honor to work with you again. Salamat (Dingdong) sa muling pagbibigay ng opportunity na makatrabaho ka, na walang sawa kong kkwento sa mga tao kung gaano ka kahusay sa pelikulang to,” she told Dantes.

As for Avelino, Panganiban said: “Salamat (Paulo) sa unang pagkakataon na makatrabaho ka. May our experiences in this film be our first, and not our last.”

During the movie’s press conference, Panganiban said her only wish for her birthday this year is for moviegoers to appreciate their film which they worked hard for.