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Ronnie Alonte on Reacting to Criticism and Working with Veteran Actors in ‘A Love To Last’

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Heartthrob Ronnie Alonte received criticism for his performances in Seklusyon and VKJ in the recently concluded Metro Manila Filmfest 2016. Ronnie keeps positive though, and says that “meron talagang magsasabi nang ganoon.”

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“Meron talagang positive at negative,” says the young actor. “Para sa akin, ginawa ko lang talaga y’ung trabaho ko bilang artista. Para maipakita sa mga tao na ‘di lang ako kumakanta at sumasayaw sa Hashtags. Meron din pala akong kayang gawin.” Ronnie adds that he did his best to deliver good acting. “Bahala na lang po sila humusga. At para sa akin, anong inaasahan nila sa baguhan? Unang sabak ko lang naman po ito. Pwede pa naman po ma-improve ito kapag tumagal nang tumagal.”

ALTL will also be Ronnie’s first teleserye, and his first time to work with veteran stars like Ian Veneracion and Iza Calzado. The newbie actor says he hasn’t had a scene with them yet, and admits he is nervous for when the time comes. He does plan toask tips from them further on in the serye.

Article courtesy of ThePulse.ph

2 Comments on Ronnie Alonte on Reacting to Criticism and Working with Veteran Actors in ‘A Love To Last’

  1. Kaya ba naman mag improve baguhan pa pa.kasi,mayabang naman sila kung manghuhusga agad eh sila nga gustong mag artista wala namang talent..

  2. Bakit kasi sinali pa yan bano namang umarte 🙄🙄🙄👎

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