GMA Network brings to light a one-of-a-kind and extraordinary masterpiece that will touch the lives and tug at viewers’ heartstrings with the afternoon soap Inagaw na Bituin.
Beginning today, a compelling musical-drama series unfolds featuring the country’s most respected and highly-talented artists.
Two of the network’s sought-after actresses Kyline Alcantara and Therese Malvar play the important roles of Anna Sevilla/Elsa Dela Cruz and Ariela Lopez, respectively.
Anna is the only daughter of a popular showbiz couple. She grows up to be a kind and respectful girl but fiercely protects the people she loves. An unfortunate incident changed her life when she was taken away from her parents. Due to the effects of trauma, Anna forgets her memories and lives a new identity as Elsa with the people she calls family. Ariela, on the other hand, is used to getting her way just like her mother whom she aspires to be like.
Playing equally significant roles is the powerhouse ensemble composed of seasoned actors and actresses: Sunshine Dizon as Belinda Sevilla, the biological mother of Anna/Elsa and a famous singer and actress; Angelika Dela Cruz as Lucy Lopez, Ariela’s mother who was a one-hit wonder; Gabby Eigenmann as George Del Mundo, a record and concert producer with a mysterious past; Angelu De Leon as Aurora Dela Cruz, Anna/Elsa’s adoptive mother; and Marvin Agustin as Eduard Sevilla, a composer and a loving father to Anna/Elsa.
Completing the cast are Renz Valerio, Manolo Pedrosa, Patricia Tumulak, Alyanna Asistio, Melbeline Caluag and Jackie Lou Blanco.Inagaw na Bituin, which is under the held of acclaimed director Mark A. Reyes V also premieres today on GMA’s flagship international channel, GMA Pinoy TV. For the program guide, visit www.gmapinoytv.com.
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