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  • Various Kapamliya stars have been promoting ABS-CBN’s, in partnership with Star Cinema and Ten17 Productions, biggest film to date, “Kid Kulafu,” as it nears its opening day. Donning ‘Kid Kulafu’ apparel on Instagram are the likes of Daniel Padilla and loveteam partner Kathryn Bernardo, Xian Lim, Rayver Cruz, Angel Locsin, Maja Salvador, and of course, Manny Pacquiao himself.

    ‘Forevermore’ stars like Enrique Gil, Liza Soberano and Diego Loyzaga also rocked the shirts to show support for the movie offering of the network that makes it a timely attraction with the People kung-fu-kidsChampion’s impending bout. Joining the ‘Kid Kulafu’ craze are ‘Dream Dad’ main man Zanjoe Marudo and leading lady Beauty Gonzales. Not to be outdone are Inigo Pascual and Julia Barretto, Dawn Zulueta, Joey Marquez, Bangky, and Lilia Cuntapay.

    The movie directed by Paul Soriano delves into the years of the People’s Champ Manny Pacquiao when he was still a kid struggling to make ends meet in General Santos City. The fighting congressman of Sarangani province is portrayed by Buboy Villar along with Cesar Montano as Sardo Dapidran, Pacquiao’s uncle, Assunta De Rossi as Mommy Dionisia,  and Khalil Ramos as the champion’s bestfriend, Eugene Barutag.

    ‘Kid Kulafu’ shirts and hoodies can be purchased at the ABS-CBN Store located at the lobby of the ELJ Communications Center at Eugenio Lopez drive in Quezon City. The movie opens in cinemas nationwide on April 15 and in select US and Canadian movie houses on April 24.

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