Action star Robin Padilla recalls that he traveled to Spain last February, to do research on national hero Jose Rizal for his Metro Manila Film Festival entry, Enzo Williams’ “Bonifacio: Gusto Mo Ba Siyang Makilala.” He will play revolutionary Andres Bonifacio in the historical epic, though. “Rizal inspired Bonifacio to fight for our country’s freedom,” he explained. Bayani San Diego Jr.
By Mandy Navasero
Andres Bonifacio, the Father of the Philippine Revolution, was brave and uncompromising. The same traits are found in the exciting cuisine offered by Café de Bonifacio, which is noted for its nationalistic motif and casual ambience. It’s located on the fifth floor of The Podium.
By Remy Umerez
Alfred Vargas, who played the Great Plebeian two years ago in Mario O’Hara’s “Ang Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio,” believes Andres Bonifacio should be on equal footing with our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal.
By Oliver M. Pulumbarit
Shortly after spiels and a brief dance number, actor-swimming champ Enchong Dee gamely dished on his onscreen and off-screen activities at a recent product launch in Jollibee, Roosevelt in Quezon City.