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Why does Claire Castro feel pressured for ‘Nagbabagang Luha’?

Claire will be portraying the role of Cielo in the upcoming TV adaptation of the classic ’80s movie of the same title. Dixson originally gave the character of Cielo life.

Claire Castro, the lovely daughter of Diego Castro and Raven Villanueva, feels pressured to be part of Nagbabagang Luha as she considers it as a big break for her acting career.

During the online media conference of Nagbabagang Luha, Castro shared her insights when asked if she feels any pressure while doing the project.

“Well, of course po. It’s the biggest role I have ever had sa napaka-short kong career [in acting]. Napaka-complex po kasi nung character, and madami po siyang pinagdaanan to be that way. Ang original na actor for Cielo is napakagaling pong artista. So, yes po po na-pressure po ako,” Castro confessed.

She admitted that she studied first before auditioning for the character of Cielo.

“When I got word na may audition, pinanood ko muna [‘yung movie] bago ako mag-audition para may idea ako kung saan nanggagaling ‘yung characters.”

“Syempre ma-co-compare po ako sa isang magaling na artista,” she added that she feels extra pressure knowing that she will be compared to the actress Alice Dixson.

Claire will be portraying the role of Cielo in the upcoming TV adaptation of the classic ’80s movie of the same title. Dixson originally gave the character of Cielo life.



Castro became an official Kapuso in October 2018. She made some appearances in some Kapuso shows such as Dragon Lady (2019) and Anak Ni Waray Vs. Anak Ni Biday. (2020)

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