Janella Salvador

Janella bibida sa isang pelikula kasama ang isang Thai actor

Eugene Asis Feb 23, 2024
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Janella SalvadorMALUGOD na pumirma ng panibagong kontrata sa ABS-CBN ang aktres at singer na si Janella Salvador sa naganap na “Forever Kapamilya: Janella Salvador’s Contract Signing” event ngayong araw, Biyernes (Pebrero 23).

“I grew here in ABS-CBN, I started here and I do not see an end to it. Within the past 13 years, I have grown and learned so much and I wouldn’t have it in any other way. I will always be proud to call myself a solid Kapamilya. ABS-CBN doesn’t just bring celebrities, you bring artists and make us want to strive harder. Thank you for the patience, thank you for believing in me, and thank you for standing up for me,” pasasalamat ni Janella.

Dumalo sa contract signing sina ABS-CBN chairman Mark Lopez, ABS-CBN president and CEO Carlo Katigbak, ABS-CBN COO of broadcast Cory Vidanes, ABS-CBN group CFO Rick Tan, ABS-CBN head of entertainment production and Star Magic head Laurenti Dyogi, Star Magic manager Gidget dela Cuesta, and co-manager Manny Valera.

Pinasalamatan din ni Janella ang kanyang Star Magic family lalo na ang head nito na si Laurenti Dyogi na nagsilbing ama niya sa industriya.

“I treat you like my family and I know that in a family, there’s communication. He told me that I can talk to him anytime and that he wants me to know that I have a father in him,” she said.

Matapos ang kanyang pagbida sa pelikulang “Mallari,” magpapakilig naman si Janella sa big screen kasama ang Thai actor na si Win Metawin sa “Under Parallel Skies” na mapapanood ngayong Abril. Bibida rin siya kasama ang “Darna” co-star na si Jane de Leon sa “How To Be A Good Wife” na ididirehe ni Jun Lana.

Minahal ng mga manonood ang hindi malilimutan karakter ni Janella sa iba’t ibang hit series tulad ng “Darna,” “The Killer Bride,” “Oh My G!” at “Be Careful With My Heart.” Bukod sa kanyang talento sa acting, ipinamalas din niya ang husay sa musika sa mga sikat na awitin tulad ng “Mahal Kita Pero,” “Blanko,” at “I Can.”