Nagsimula sa Puso

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Nagsimula sa Puso
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Intertitle
Genre Drama, Romance
Based on Nagsimula sa Puso (1990 film)
by Mel Chionglo
Directed by Ruel S. Bayani
Malu L. Sevilla
Darnel Joy R. Villaflor
Starring Maja Salvador
Coco Martin
Nikki Gil
Jason Abalos
Opening theme "Kung Alam Mo Lang" by Jed Madela
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 75
Production
Executive producer(s) Roldeo T. Endrinal
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC 480i
Original release October 12, 2009 (2009-10-12) – January 22, 2010 (2010-01-22)
External links
Website www.abs-cbn.com/Weekdays/article/5310/nagsimulasapuso/Nagsimula-sa-Puso.aspx

Nagsimula sa Puso (lit. It Started From the Heart) is a top rated afternoon drama that aired on ABS-CBN's afternoon block, replacing Kambal Sa Uma. The show aired from October 12, 2009 to January 22, 2010. It is a remake of the 1990 film of the same title starring Hilda Koronel.[1][2]

Overview[edit]

Original film[edit]

The original film was released in the 1990s by Vision Films. It starred Hilda Koronel, Richard Gomez, Jay Ilagan, and Cherie Gil. It was directed by Mel Chionglo and written by Ricky Lee.[3]

Production[edit]

After the success of Sineserye Presents, ABS-CBN decided to make a new afternoon drama for daytime. Nagsimula Sa Puso was a 1990 film which earned Richard Gomez his first FAMAS awards and nominations. Richard Gomez played the role of a young college student in a heated affair with his college professor played by Hilda Koronel, who attempts revenge after being stricken with grief and resentment by his professor's mother, and takes revenge on his professor's now settled family only to obtain her for himself.

Throughout its press conference, Maja Salvador takes the lead as Hilda Koronel's character Celina Hernandez, a role in which Maja took time to analyze carefully when offered the project, she decided to give the green light and allowed herself to play the role because she wanted to experience a role out of character and taken seriously because of many projects in which she played teeny-bopper roles. After she mostly played adult roles only on anthology episodes of MMK variously, she decided to take the lead and do a love scene with film and TV actor Coco Martin who was recently in the TV series in the same year Tayong Dalawa before Nagsimula Sa Puso's debut on October 12, 2009 which also caused Maja to work anxiously. The series also revolved on serious actors such as Gloria Diaz (actress and beauty queen), Jaclyn Jose (film actress and drama TV series versatile actress) and Buboy Garovillo (veteran TV host, actor and member of the APO Hiking Society) and newcomer Nikki Gil and Joseph Bitangcol and actress and film director Laurice Guilllen in a special role.

Story and Development[edit]

Celina Fernandez, a young college professor whose life has always been controlled by her mom, Minda (Jacklyn Jose). The latter puts such high hopes on her to the point that she is forced to live her dreams—that is to find a husband who’ll keep her future secure. But she couldn’t take more of Minda’s unyielding influence. So as an act of defiance, Celina not only rejects her rich boyfriend, Jim(Jason Abalos) offer to take her with him abroad but also his marriage proposal. To make matters worse, her professional life also turns upside down starting the day she meets engineering scholar Carlo Pagdanganan (Coco Martin). She instantly dislikes him for coming in late during their first day of classes and for making her look incompetent in front of the dean who’s very lenient with him. But what happens when she gets to know him more as a person? Would she ever consider falling in love with her own student?[4]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

Guest Cast[edit]

  • Laurice Guillen as Teresa Pagdanganan
  • Boom Labrusca as Oliver
  • Frenchie Dy as Franchesca
  • Jordan Castillo as Roger
  • Kris Martinez as Jon-Jon
  • Max Reyes as Dino
  • Acey Aquino as Sharlyn
  • Jairus Aquino as young Carlo Pagdanganan

Trivia[edit]

Awards and Recognitions[edit]

References[edit]

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