Vic Sotto is back in the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) this year, and he is reuniting with the ever beautiful Dawn Zulueta in the family comedy movie Meant to Beh.
Sotto will also be working with some of today’s hottest celebrities from the two giant networks: Daniel Matsunaga, JC Santos, Sue Ramirez, Gabbi Garcia, Ruru Madrid, Andrea Torres, and child actor, Baste. “Masaya din akong makatrabaho ang nagsisipaggalingangang mga batang ito. Masaya lang kami lagi sa set, parang isang malaking bagong pamilya,” said Sotto in a special interview for his upcoming movie.
Thankful to Fans
After failing to make it to the MMFF official entries in favor of independently produced films last year, Sotto is thrilled to be given a renewed opportunity to bring more holiday cheers to the Filipino moviegoers. “Excited akong makabalik sa MMFF. Isang taon din naming hinintay ito, kaya nagbabalik kami ng may baong magandang handog para sa lahat,” said Sotto.
Sotto has always been vocal about his love and gratitude to his fans not only in the Philippines but from all over the world. “Nagpapasalamat ako sa lahat ng hindi bumitiw at nag-abang sa pagbabalik namin sa MMFF. Salamat sa suportang natatanggap namin hindi lang dito sa bansa kundi sa ibang parte na rin ng mundo,” he said.
Thankful to Brands
Sotto also expresses his gratitude to various brands that have been supporting him throughout the years. “You know in this business, you can only be thankful that there are brands that trust and support you. Ang laking tulong nila sa kung sino kami ngayon,” he explained.
Besides various endorsements, Sotto is also a proud brand ambassador of CitiGlobal Realty and Development Inc., a company that develops Leisure Homes and other income generating Properties in the country for a unique purpose—that is, make every hardworking Filipino happy with their home investment. “Pareho kasi kami ng goal ng CitiGlobal, at yun ay magdala ng saya sa bawat Pinoy at kanyang pamilya,” Sotto proudly added.
“Meant to Beh” opens in cinemas nationwide on December 25, 2017 from M-Zet Productions, OctoArts Films and APT Entertainment.