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Maja Salvador admits feeling ‘nervous’ about her new project, convinces herself of the right decision!

Maja said that she always aims to give it her all as an artist when working on a project.

During the media conference for her TV5 and Cignal TV teleserye, Niña Niño, Primetime TV Majesty, Maja Salvador said that she felt anxious doing the series.

“To be honest, andun yung kaba ko. Andun yung, hindi ko alam kung tama.” 

Then, as she eventually worked on the project, she has convinced herself that she made the right decision.

“Pero habang everyday na nakakausap ko sila hanggang sa nag story con kami, nag-pictorial, nag-locked-in na kami, nag-taping na kami, unti-unting gumagaan yung loob ko. And, nasasabi ko na, yes, tama yung desisyon ko.” 

She also added that her decision gave her the chance to explore as an artist.

“Ang sarap sa pakiramdam na nagkaroon ako ng chance na makapagtrabaho o makatrabaho ang iba’t iba pang mga tao dito sa industriya. Yun pala, masarap pala sa pakiramdam yung, hindi ka lang nasa iisang lugar. Yung nae-explore mo yung dapat mo pang ma-explore.” 

Maja said that she always aims to give it her all as an artist when working on a project.

“Lagi akong gutom sa kung ano pa yung kaya kong gawin. Nandun yung gutom ko na malaman kung ano pa yung mga hindi ko nagagawa. In every project, parang audition yun for me, kasi feeling ko last project ko na yun. Kaya ibinibigay ko ang lahat lahat as in hindi ko tinitipid.” 

Earlier, Maja confirmed leaving Star Magic and established her talent agency, Crown Artist Management Inc., together with her boyfriend, Rambo Nuñez.



Maja stars in the inspirational teleserye, Niña Niño, with 2017 Cinemalaya Best, Actor Noel Comia Jr. The series includes a powerhouse cast with Empoy Marquez, Lilet Esteban, Ruby Ruiz, Ian Pangilinan, Sachzna, Junyka Santarin, Arron Villaflor, Moi Bien, and Dudz Teraña. The award-winning Thop Nazareno directs the show. It airs on April 5, 7:15 PM, Mondays to Fridays on TV 5, right before FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.

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