Kathryn steps out of comfort zone: 'Mahirap ’pag wala si DJ'

November 29, 2018
Kathryn Bernardo
Kathryn Bernardo

SHE stood out in The Hows of Us and now she’s ready to shine like a diamond in her new film, Three Words to Forever. Kathryn Bernardo is continuing her venture into the new and more mature phase of her career as a certified drama actress.

The young Box Office Queen is flying solo on her concluding project for her fruitful  2018. This time, she is teaming up with well-regarded veteran actors Richard Gomez and Sharon Cuneta in the latest family drama opus of blockbuster director Cathy Garcia-Molina.

After breathing life to George in the globally successful romance film The Hows of Us, Kathryn now plays the role of Tin, the youngest among the Andrada family who is very much eager to start the chapter of her life with the love of her life.

“Ang hirap kasi sobra akong na-attach  kay George kaya ang hirap kumawala sa kanya. Kinailangan kong ibahin ang pagsasalita at iyak ko kaya si Direk Cathy, 'yun ang palagi naming binabantayan,” Kathryn shared.

While she initially had to adjust to working without her perennial leading man Daniel Padilla, Kathryn embraced the independence that this project has allowed her to enjoy.

“Mahirap kung wala si DJ pero kailangan kong gawin at kinaya ko naman. Kasi I realized hindi lahat ng gagawin mo dapat nasa comfort zone ka, sometimes you have to get out of it,” she said, noting that this film has gratefully allowed her to become very independent.

All of Kathryn’s adjustments and willingness to explore a new facet in her career eventually paid off as she received praises from netizens for her exemplary performance of her character.

But the biggest commendation that she received highlighted the fact that she managed to stay at par with Sharon and Richard during their powerful and tear-jerking confrontation scene, which earned a rousing applause from all the moviegoers inside the cinema.

In the end, Kathryn is positive that people would love and learn from Tin as much as she did, especially on the aspect of family, forgiveness and understanding this holiday season.

Three Words to Forever is now showing in cinemas nationwide.