Chinoy: Mano Po 7

"Mano Po" is the country's biggest film franchise in drama. It has featured some of our brightest stars including Susan Roces, Vilma Santos, Sharon Cuneta, Lorna Tolentino, Maricel Soriano, Zsa Zsa Padilla, and many more. The mother and daughter team of Lily and Roselle Monteverde decided to produce the new edition in the highly successful film franchise because of its timely plot and insistent public clamor. This time, Chinoy actor Richard Yap gets his biggest break in a family drama via Mano Po 7 Chinoy.

Be it drama, family-oriented, or comedy, Richard Yap has proven his skills in his past shows. In this latest installment of Mano Po, Richard is a business tycoon who is overprotective of his wife and kids. Despite being strict, Richard is full of love for his family played by Jean Garcia, as his wife, with Enchong Dee, Janella Salvador, and Jana Agoncillo as his kids.

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Jean Garcia, on the other hand, plays the role of a loving wife to Richard who has always been neglected as the latter is too focused on running their business. She, later on, got involved with Jake Cuenca's character who became her secret lover. Enchong Dee, the black sheep of the family, rebels against the idea of his dad losing time for them. Later on, in a rehabilitation center, he met Jessy Mendiola's character who became his girlfriend eventually. Janella Salvador, meanwhile, was forced to go to a music school where she met Mario Mortel's character and her music professor, played by Kean Cipriano, who has secret feelings for her.

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Mano Po 7 Chinoy, as affirmed by Mother Lily herself during the grand blogcon, is considered to be the biggest and grandest millenial edition among all Mano Po movies. The Mano Po 7 sequel focuses on tackling issues like Chinese-Pinay marriage.

The Mano Po 7 is directed by Ian Lorenos and produced by Regal Entertainment Inc. and is available in cinemas starting December 14.

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Edward Santos

EDnything is a lifestyle and entertainment blog featuring great deals and happenings in the Philippines. It also features food reviews, gadgets, showbiz, movies and theater plays, and more!

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