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Andrea del Rosario recounts going through bad times in life, salutes Filipino resiliency amid the pandemic

Now, Andrea stars in the film Biyernes Santo. Directed by Pedring A. Lopez, the Viva Films produced horror movie includes a star-studded cast with Ella Cruz, Gardo Versoza, Mark Anthony Fernandez, and Via Ortega.

In the media conference for Viva Films’ offering, Biyernes Santo, Andrea del Rosario recounted going through bad times in her life. She highlighted Filipino resiliency amid the pandemic.

First, she said that she believes in the goodness of people and that good will always prevail. 

“I still believe that there’s more goodness to people. The good (will) always prevails.

“Unfortunately, although I believe more in people going through bad times in life, it manifests dun sa mga taong nasa paligid nila, but that doesn’t mean that they are bad people,” said Andrea.

Despite going through difficult times, she, herself, but remained optimistic that good will prevail in life.

“So I myself, I went through some bad times in life wherein medyo dark times in life, that (some) people were just affected around me. But I still believe that goodness still prevails in life.

“Nakita rin natin yung resiliency nating mga Pilipino na talagang kahit hirap na hirap we’re still moving forward,” said Andrea.

The actress turned politician became a victim of a syndicate which caused her to lose her house. Fortunately, Andrea won the legal battle, and she repossessed her home.

Now, Andrea stars in the film Biyernes Santo. Directed by Pedring A. Lopez, the Viva Films produced horror movie includes a star-studded cast with Ella Cruz, Gardo Versoza, Mark Anthony Fernandez, and Via Ortega.



Catch the spine-chilling ambiance of Biyernes Santo on Viva Max this March 26. Viva Max is available online at web.vivamax.net or via the app on Google Play Store. Watch all you can on Viva Max for only P149/month, and get your Viva Max vouchers on Shopee and Lazada.

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