Nothing but the truth for Rhian | Inquirer Entertainment

Nothing but the truth for Rhian

/ 12:03 AM July 20, 2016



FATE has a strange way of playing tricks on the heart. Just when we thought we’re stuck with partners with whom we have history, we suddenly meet someone we have chemistry with. That is exactly the dilemma of Rhian Ramos’ character, Clara, in the Kapuso network’s remake of the 1992 movie, “Sinungaling Mong Puso (SMP).” The new TV version of the Maryo J. delos Reyes film airs weekday afternnoons on GMA 7.

Rhian will take over the role of Vilma Santos. Instead of feeling pressured to outdo the Star for All Seasons, Rhian has enough chutzpah to portray the same character differently.


Differently beautiful with an “unSinungaling” heart.


Here’s my chat with Rhian:

What’s the biggest lie that your heart has told you?

It’s hard for the heart to know if the person you love is worthy of it. Many girls who have been hurt by someone they love know what I’m talking about.

What’s the sweetest lie you’ve ever heard from a lover?

That I was the only one.

What struck you about the story of SMP?


I was challenged by such a mature role and a story that focused on a woman’s struggle of choosing what’s right for her. It was a nonjudgmental take on the situation, too.

If you were torn between two lovers, which type of guy would you choose?

I would choose the one who speaks to me kindly and treats me with respect.

How do you handle fights between your heart and mind?

My heart used to win, but I’ve gotten the hang of deciding what’s right for me.

Would you rather be with the one you love or the one who loves you?

The goal is to have both, but in a situation where I can only have one, I’d probably be in less pain if I were with the one who loves me.

What are your thoughts on fidelity, jealousy and marriage?

Being faithful is very important to me. It would be nice to be married someday, but I’m in no rush for it and am even OK with the possibility that it may not even happen for me. I’m not the jealous type, but if a man cheats on me, that would end the relationship.

 Sarah goes to school

While Sarah Geronimo is on a two-month hiatus from show biz, she is taking a 20-day course, “Certificate in Cooking and Baking,” at the Center for Asian Culinary Studies (CACS).

Pia Wurtzbach and Judy Ann Santos studied there, too. According to my good friend, chef Gino Gonzalez (owner of CACS), Sarah is a fast learner and has no qualms at all.

After the pop star completes her course, she can opt to take the national certificate exam of the government under Tesda.

Is Sarah honing her culinary skills in preparation for marriage? Is her boyfriend, Matteo Guidicelli, cooking up a grand proposal anytime soon?

PH film in the Vatican


“Ignacio de Loyola,” the first Filipino movie screened in the Vatican, will finally be seen by Filipinos on July 23, 4 p.m. at The Theatre of Solaire (inquiries, 426-5971). It is about the life of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus.

There will also be a live performance of the music score, composed by Ryan Cayabyab, featuring the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra and the Ateneo Chamber Singers, under the baton of Gerard Salonga.

Witness the making of the film in the ABS-CBN News Channel’s “Documentary Hour,” July 22 at 8 p.m. St. Ignatius is known as the Saint of Second Chances.

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May his life story inspire us to keep trying, even when it gets tiring.

TAGS: Dolly Anne Carvajal, Entertainment, Ignacio de Loyola, Rhian Ramos, Sarah Geronimo

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