- Alden Richards reached new heights as an actor when he did a movie with Kathryn Bernardo and without his onscreen love team partner, Maine Mendoza
- In a recent interview, Alden talked about his experience of working on a project outside AlDub
- According to the actor, he sees that experience as a blessing
Alden Richards found the greatest success of his career in doing a movie without Maine Mendoza, his onscreen love team partner, as his film “Hello, Love, Goodbye” officially became the highest-grossing Filipino movie in history.
KAMI learned that he opened up about doing a project outside the AlDub love team he is famous for.
According to Alden, he sees this as a blessing since it gave him a chance to grow personally.
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"In a way po kasi, blessing in a way na binigyan ako ng chance na mag-grow personally…
"Masarap po 'yong feeling na makakagawa ka ng mga proyekto na magiging proud ka sa sarili mo," Alden said, as reported by GMA-7 News (authored by Jannielyn Ann Bigtas).
KAMI previously reported that Alden’s movie has overtaken Daniel Padilla’s movie “The Hows of Us” as the most financially successfully Filipino film.
Alden Richards is a Kapuso actor who became a superstar due to his love team with Maine Mendoza. His fame grew to greater heights after starring in a movie with Kapamilya star Kathryn Bernardo.
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