- Lolit Solis took to Instagram to point out how one could figure out the true behavior of actors and actresses
- The veteran journalist said that all you have to do is to look at their actuations and you will be able to determine what their real behavior is in real life
- Those who are well-loved or "mabait" are those whom staff usually gather around or talk to during the shoot
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Lolit Solis is one of the well-respected entertainment columnist in the country, which is why her opinions matter.
KAMI learned that in a recent IG post of Lolit, she shared how one is able to determine who among the artists are friendly towards the staff.
"Body language," Manay Lolit said, was the key to understanding the behavior of actors better.
This did not only come from her, but one which she learned from Director Lino Brocka.
According to Manay, one will know if the actor or actress is really "mabait" because after the shoot, you will see whom the crew really love.
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You would also see who is aloof and and who loves to keep to himself.
By taking note of these things, especially when it comes to actors and actresses, you will see who has an attitude and who does not.
As a final word, Manay said, "Kaya nga nagiging big star sila dahil mabait sila sa tao. Sige tingnan n’yo, iyon mga artista may attitude nagtagal ba? O sumikat ba? Be good para good din kapalaran mo."
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Lolit Solis is a veteran entertainment columnist in the Philippines. She is well-respected in the showbiz industry.
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