Jul 14, 2007

Rosanna Roces is a changed woman

“I want to a have breast reduction,” announces Rosanna Roces after the media launch of the new Telesine Presents offering, Natutulog Ba ang Diyos, which starts airing on Monday on ABS-CBN. Rosanna is Patria in the second remake of Ruben Marcelino’s komiks novel, the mother of Gillian (Roxanne Maginoo), who is keeping a dark secret about her which was created by her father Bernardo (Ronnie Lazaro). She adds, “Pinakinabagan ko na ito ng 15 years and since ayoko nang maging sexy actress, kailangan ng alisin ang implants ko. Nagkakaron daw usually ng problema kapag ganitong katagal na ang implants.” She wants only a reduction as she is not a well-endowed woman.
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Speaking mostly in a relaxed voice, parrying controversial questions by asking the inquirer, “Iniintriga mo na naman ako?” Rosanna is a changed woman. She is no longer vulgar, confrontative, materialistic, a pleasure seeker and know-it-all. From her mouth now come the teachings of God, after having abandoned her spirituality when she entered showbiz. She confesses being an honor religion student before this, returning back to her faith atfer suffering for two years when her marriage to Tito Molina splintered and moving on upon rediscovering God.

Directed by the hit tandem of Jerry Lopez Sineneng and Rechie del Carmen, Natutulog Ba ang Diyos stars Jake Cuenca, Jorross Gamboa, Dina Bonnevie, Matt Ranillo, Bing Pimentel, Denise Laurel, Mara Lopez and Martin del Rosario.
Edgar Cruz
The Daily Tribune

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