Coco Martin Reveals How He Got Cardo Dalisay Role in Ang Probinsyano
ANG PROBINSYANO – Filipino actor Coco Martin revealed how he got the role of Cardo Dalisay in ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.’
Kapamilya actor Coco Martin is the director and lead actor of the longest-running tv show “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.” The show has been airing for four years now and it still brings delight to millions of Filipino fans.
In a previous article, the 38-year-old celebrity revealed that their action-drama program will soon be featuring Hollywood stars. He said they would do anything for their program and want to explore more for their viewers.
During the thanksgiving party of FPJAP on Sunday, Coco Martin recalled how he got the role of Cardo Dalisay. He said he was the one who thought of remaking Fernando Poe’s movie.
“Actually kinapalan ko ang mukha ko…”
“Kasi ako ‘yung nakaisip ng project. Kasi sabi ni Ma’am Charo, ‘Bakit hindi tayo mag tribute sa mga pulis?’ kasi that time ‘yung nangyari sa SAF 44, may ibang project ako na dapat gawin. Tapos sabi ko ‘Bakit hindi natin gawin ‘yung pelikula ni FPJ noong araw?’ Sabi nila ‘Ano ‘yun?’” he recalled.
Coco Martin said after they watched the movie, the ABS-CBN executive then realized that the film fitted to the lives of the Filipinos. After four months of airing the original story of FPJAP, the show run smoothly as it tackles timely issues in the country.
The prominent actor said he didn’t expect that the people would embrace the show and extended for a few more years. “Parang kahit kami hindi namin maintindihan na bakit humaba siya nang humaba,” he said.
“Ngayong four years ka na, kailangan mo nang i-upgrade ‘yung kuwento niyo, ‘yung mga pangayayari. Dati kasi lagi lang kinukuwento natin ano ‘yung buhay ni Cardo, sa pamilya niya sa sarili niya. Ito, next year ang magiging kuwento na natin ang buong mundo. Kasi ano pa ba ang hindi pa pinagdaraanan ni Cardo? Kumbaga, ito na ‘yung pinakamatinding laban,” he added.
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