As it is his first teledrama ever, he revealed that the program left a mark on him. “Kapag pinaghirapan mo, mag-mamark ‘yan sa puso mo. Tsaka feeling ko dito ako natutong umarte talaga.” he shares.
Leading a stellar cast and a big production is a remarkable experience for him but he will never forget the support he got from all the viewers of the show, “Nakakatuwa ang suporta lalo na kahit saan ako pumunta: Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, ang tawag sa ‘kin ay Indio… talagang matutuwa ka.”
Just like what he mentioned before that “Indio” will be his first and last primetime teledrama, the good news is there may be an ‘Indio: The Movie’. They are already planning to turn the program into a movie which will be included in the Metro Manila Film Festival, and will also be directed by Dondon Santos.
Meanwhile, as the primetime series comes down to its last two weeks, Indio’s power finally gets stronger. The diwatas have granted him their blessings which will increase his power’s strength. But apart from him, his enemies get stronger as well.
And as the anticipated fight between the two opposing forces draws near, will Indio’s power be strong enough to free everyone from the hands of the enemies? Who will win this final fight?
Watch out for the finale episodes of the biggest primetime program, “Indio,” which airs Monday to Friday, after 24 Oras on GMA Telebabad.