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Aga in eyes of Atasha

/ 12:20 AM December 29, 2019
Atasha Muhlach

Atasha Muhlach

“Super nice, super funny,” and someone she could “‘always joke around with.” That was how Atasha Muhlach described his father, Aga Muhlach. It’s a different story, however, when her suitors enter the picture.

“He’s strict when it comes to boys … It’s a no-no!” the 18-year-old celebrity daughter related in an interview at a screening of “Miracle in Cell No. 7,” Aga’s entry in this year’s Metro Manila Film Festival.

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Meanwhile, asked if she sees herself entering show biz in the future, Atasha said she doesn’t mind the prospect but studies come first. “I’m not sure—whatever happens, happens. We will see … Right now, I want to finish school. That’s my priority.”

Her mother, Charlene Gonzales, chimed in: “It’s a big commitment and she’s aware of that.”

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“Once she finishes school, she can do whatever she wants that will make her happy. That’s the only condition,” she added. “We will support them in whatever they want to pursue. That’s the most important thing—my kids being happy with their decisions.” —ALLAN POLICARPIO

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