By Mary Ann Bautista
What keeps Piolo Pascual busy these days? He topbills the family drama, “Hawak Kamay,” and hosts “A.S.A.P.” every Sunday. He admits, “I’m a Mama’s boy—and that’s OK, because that’s how I’ve been brought up. My Mom raised me to be focused, independent and spiritual.”
By Nestor Torre
The first telecast of “Hawak-Kamay” on July 21 was an upbeat viewing experience for us, because the new series started its storytelling in the present tense, unlike many other local drama series, which just love to “start at the very beginning” (as the song goes)—two, even three, generations in the past to sluggishly establish the roots of the central conflicts that finally come to a head today!
Child star Zaijian Jaranilla is all praises for his “Hawak-Kamay” co-star Piolo Pascual, who plays his foster parent in the series.
By Marinel R. Cruz
Actor Piolo Pascual, at age 37, is ready to quit acting. “I’d like to to do other things. I was burned out at one point. I wanted to spend my time with my son, take vacations, but couldn’t because I was tied up at work,” explained the star of ABS-CBN’s newest series, “Hawak Kamay.”
By Jersy John Hortaleza
, Kimbo Maglaya
Unlike some of his contemporaries and fellow popular celebrities, Piolo Pascual shuns social media networking sites. He said this was to avoid cyber bullies.