Thursday, February 24, 2011

Cast of "Mula Sa Puso" Remake Revealed!

"Mula Sa Puso", the 1997 ABS-CBN hit TV series that made Claudine Barretto as one of the most important lead television actresses, will be brought back by the Kapamilya network with Lauren Young reprising the role of Claudine as Olivia "Via" Pereira/Ella Peralta.

Playing Lauren's leading men are JM de Guzman as Gabriel Maglayon which was originally played by the late Rico Yan and Enrique Gil as Michael Miranda, the role played by Diether Ocampo in the series.

Other cast include Gabby Concepcion as Don Fernando Pereira - Via's father, Eula Valdes as Selina Pereira-Matias - the main antagonist in the story, and Dawn Zulueta as Magdalena Trinidad, the lost mother of Via.

Mula Sa Puso - Storyline:

Via (Claudine Barretto), the only daughter of Don Fernando (Juan Rodrigo), is raised as his darling princess. On her eighteenth birthday she finds out that her father has promised her (hand in marriage) to her childhood friend Michael (Diether Ocampo), and before the birthday party is over, she gets kidnapped. She is rescued by a good samaritan named Gabriel (Rico Yan), whom she falls in love with. Michael at the latter part of the story became romantically involved with Via's best friend, Trina (Rica Peralejo). As the story unfolds, Via ends up having to decide between the two men in her life, while learning more about her mother Magda (Jaclyn Jose) and fighting off her evil aunt Selina, (Princess Punzalan), who is the sister of Don Fernando who wants to make all of them miserable before Selina's defeat.

In the story, Selina was one of the most influential person, due to her greediness in power and wealth of Don Fernando ( Juan Rodrigo), her brother. She used people in order to manipulate them when a bombing in the departure of Via and her family to start a new life begins, Via lives a new identity but comes back to her family, and they all face Selina one last time in dignity.

ABS-CBN decided to revive "Mula Sa Puso" after the remake of "Mara Clara" picked-up highly on the ratings.

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