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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Bayani Agbayani and Childstar Yogo Singh Teams-Up in the Family-Oriented Movie 'Bayani Ang Tatay Ko!'

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Nowadays, it's very rare to see a movie which offers a family-oriented values and leave principles in life to the hearts of many viewers. Thanks that M&N Films came up with an indie movie which didn't only gives family values but also honors the law enforcers. And it brings together two promising stars of the country playing the characters of father and son.

The comedian Bayani Agbayani and the child wonder Yogo Singh lead the inspiring indie film "Bayani Ang Tatay Ko."

Bayani plays SPO3 Nicanor Corpuz , a decorated cop, loving dad and husband to his wife Susan played by Yayo Aguila, and son, Adrian played by child actor Yogo. They live a simple, happy life until an incident took their lives on a different turn.

Below are some of the behind the scene photos of Bayani and Yogo portraying their respective characters:




Talking about the story, one morning while in the police detachment where he is working, Taning played by Rommel Montano, a toughie from an influential family came looking for his colleague, SPO1 Joey Ponce. Ponce apparently shut down his illegal “videokarera” business and refused to accept a bribe, making the latter furious. Taning was scandalizing the station so he took a policewoman, SPO2 Pinky Madrigal hostage prompting Nick to defend his colleague.

Nick was suspended from service and he turned to selling “isaw” to make ends meet. Failing to do so, his wife Susan decided to go to Hongkong to work as a domestic helper. To help him in his business, Susan sent his brother, Ading played by Gene Padilla to help Nick tend to the isaw business. But the former cop realized that he is not cut for business, so he asked for his ninong, Col. Roberto Ugarte to give him an assignment. Colonel Ugarte referred him to the city hall where he worked as a traffic enforcer. As a traffic enforcer, Nick has learned to be happy with his new job because he wears a uniform and arrests violators. It was at this time when he was informed that his colleague, Ponce has remained missing since the precinct incident; SPO1 Fernandez had been looking for him. Worse, his wife Susan called to tell him she was victimized by an illegal recruiter.

All these tribulations that had happened to Nick and his family occurred very untimely. Witness how will a typical Filipino family face these challenges in a comedic and a bit of dramatic way with a sting of action to highlight the story.

Joining the lead stars are actor/model and ex-PBB housemate, Johann Santos, Ms. Jet Claveria, Butch Elizalde, Pinoy T.A.L.K. host Paul Quimbo, Ms. Jing Javier and Paulo Ponce and is under the helm of Ellen Argano. “Bayani...Ang Tatay Ko...” is one of the official entries to the 2nd PNP Film Festival and subsequently, the awarding will take place at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) supposed to be this August 7, 2012. But due to weather condition, the awarding ceremony date is moved on other day.

Meanwhile, “Bayani...Ang Tatay Ko” had its successful red carpet premiere at SM North EDSA Cinema 5 last August 5, 2012. The event was successfully delegated by its cast members, people behind the movie, and other celebrities like Aga Muchlach who supported his friend Bayani Agbayani! Two thumbs up to this inspiring movie! c",) 

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