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‘BHKCNCM,’ Kim Chiu’s highest grossing movie so far

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“Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo” (BHKCNCM) is Kim Chiu’s highest grossing movie so far, with its P10.5-million opening day gross alone. The movie, part of the 20th anniversary celebration of Star Cinema in the movie industry, is now on its second week.

 

Kim and his on-screen partner Xian Lim are of course very excited about the commercial success of their first ever movie teamup, a film adaptation of the best-selling “self-help” humor book by self-proclaimed “Internet action star” Ramon Bautista, and directed by blockbuster director Bb. Joyce Bernal.

Kim is also very happy that her dream to see Paris was realized recently when she and Xian were sent to London for a TFC (The Filipino Channel) show. “Masaya and excited kami ni Xian sa trip na ito at sa kwento ng movie namin kasi sobrang kakaiba siya at talagang nakakatawa,” said Kim who confessed that she did everything to give justice to the story of the best-selling book. “Sana maraming ma-inspire kasi ako mismo natawa sa sarili ko. Iba ’yung role ko dito. Ang layu-layo sa lahat ng nagawa kong pelikula. Hitsura ko pa lang malayo na!”

On his part, Xian said that both he and Kim enjoyed the on and off-screen experience while shooting “BHKCNCM,” Xian shared. “It’s our third project together and our first movie together so siyempre mas open na kami sa isa’t-isa.”

Scripted by Irene Emma Villamor, the witty yet funny “BHKCNCM” is a “self-help” comedy movie about the lives of brainy “ugly duckling” employee Sandy Veloso (Kim), a 24-year old virgin, and his rich and dashing boss Alex Prieto (Xian).

According to Kim, just like the other masterpieces of Star Cinema for the past two decades, the characters in “BHKCNCM” will share stories that moviegoers can connect with and talk about.

Aside from Kim and Xian, also featured in “BHKCNCM” are Pokwang, Mylene Dizon, Freddie Webb, Kean Cipriano, EJ Jallorina, Cholo Barretto, Marnie Lapus, Cheska Inigo, Cecil Paz, Diane Medina, Sarah Gaugler, Jojit Lorenzo, Ryan Boyce, Lilia Cuntapay, Tonton Gutierrez, Angeline Quinto and the author himself, Ramon Bautista. (Manila Bulletin)

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