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  • pokwangPNS – Comedienne Pokwang unleashes her best-kept zany an­tics in her first project as a Regal baby in Regal Entertainment’s Metro Manila Film Festival entry, “Super Inday and the Golden Bibe,” topbilled by the country’s sexiest superheroine, Marian Ri­vera.

    Having the Kapuso Primetime Queen for a co-star in the remake of a Maricel Soriano blockbuster film, Pokwang knew she had to give Super Inday everything she’s got to be worthy of lady produc­er Lily Monteverde and daughter Roselle Monteverde-Teo’s trust.In the movie, Pokwang plays a mayordoma who unwittingly earns super powers herself that trans­form her into an accidental hero.Work between the Kapamilya artist Pokwang and Kapuso talent Marian proved to be a breeze while shooting Super Inday. Marian kept Pokwang on her toes and egged her on days when the comedi­enne needed a push in tackling her physically taxing character.

    For her part, Pokwang managed to shine in the movie even when she is no sexy babe as her co­star is.And she did this by way of her comic antics, which lent extremely hilarious scenes to the action fantasy. This is not to mention her body-hugging cos­tume which revealed much of her dancer’s body as well.“Grabe, super fit talaga ang costume ko sa ‘Super Inday’! Wala akong keber kahit bumakat ang katawan ko at kurbang kur­ba ang boobs ko. Maski sa ga­noong paraan, makabawi at ma­pansin naman ako ng manonood. Hahahaha! Carry naman, di ba?” Pokwang proudly states.With the irrepressible comedi­enne around, plus the tries and tested comimc flair of another co-star, John “Sweet” Lapus, Di­rek Mike Tuviera’s set was all but riotous fun day in and day out.Be ready as Pokwang and the entire Super Inday cast tickle your funny bones and send you laugh­ing at the edge of your seats when the film opens on Christmas Day.

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