Melai Cantiveros teases police officer role in 'Ma'am Chief'

Melai Cantiveros teases police officer role in ‘Ma’am Chief’

/ 04:09 PM October 12, 2023

Melai Cantiveros

Melai Cantiveros dons a police uniform in a behind-the-scenes snap from her upcoming film. Image: Instagram/@mrandmrsfrancisco

Months after announcing that she’s filming a project in South Korea, Melai Cantiveros introduced herself as the titular character in the upcoming film “Ma’am Chief,” and shared photos of herself in police uniform.

“[P]apakilala ko lang sarili ko. Ako si #MaamChief (I’ll just introduce myself. I’m Ma’am Chief) [emojis] at [your] service [emoji],” shared the funny actress in an Instagram post. The “Magandang Buhay” host is set to star in PULP Studio’s first feature, which has Kring Kim on the director’s seat.


The Kapamilya star, who previously delighted netizens with her interactions with Korean members of the production team, expressed her gratitude for the project, which she described as a “super best blessing ever” from the Lord. Cantiveros is also thankful for the trust given to her to topbill her “first-ever” film shot overseas. It was in July that she announced that filming for the feature had commenced.

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Melai Cantiveros – Francisco (@mrandmrsfrancisco)

Aside from the mom of two, her co-stars have also talked about the upcoming film on their social media pages.

The cast of “Ma’am Chief” includes veteran actress Bernadette Allyson, Enzo Almario, Sela Guia, Marinella Sevidal, Dustine Mayores, Alora Sasam, Karylle, and Jennica Garcia, who also was in police uniform in a behind-the-scenes photo shared by Cantiveros via an Instagram Story.

Instagram Story

Screenshot of Melai Cantiveros’ Instagram Story

Sasam, in an Instagram post, shared that just the mention of the “Pinoy Big Brother” winner’s name was enough reason for her to join the upcoming film. “To be your sidekick is a dream come true,” she told Cantiveros in the same post.

Cantiveros also shared photos with her castmates during their stay in Korea, including a snap in which some of them donned traditional Korean clothing.

While a release date is yet to be announced, the feature is set to be shown in movie theaters.

Meanwhile, Cantiveros and Garcia will be part of the new noontime variety program “It’s Your Lucky Day,” which will temporarily replace “It’s Showtime” as it serves its 12-day suspension. EDV

Your subscription could not be saved. Please try again.
Your subscription has been successful.

Subscribe to our daily newsletter

By providing an email address. I agree to the Terms of Use and acknowledge that I have read the Privacy Policy.

TAGS: Alora Sasam, Jennica Garcia, Melai Cantiveros, South Korea

© Copyright 1997-2024 | All Rights Reserved

We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. By continuing, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To find out more, please click this link.