Struggles of lovers amid lockdown shown in new digital short film

The struggles of an engaged couple whose journey to forever is put on hold due to the lockdown will tug at the heartstrings of viewers PILIkula brings its newest offering Wedding Dress: For Sale, premiering tomorrow.

Struggles of lovers amid lockdown shown in new digital short film
 ‘Wedding Dress: For Sale’ is a short film produced by PILIkula, which is part of the growing list of digital content of OKS (Online Kapamilya Shows).
Get to know Lalaine and Paul, lovers who face an unfortunate predicament after their wedding is postponed caused by the quarantine restrictions. Spending almost all of their savings for their halted big day, Lalaine decides to sell her wedding dress so they can regain a portion of the money they spent on the wedding. However, Paul strongly disagrees with her plan and says they should save the dress once they finally push through with their wedding, which they do no longer have enough funds for.

Their opposing perspectives will test them and will give rise to more issues and drama, ultimately pushing them to question their love and contemplate their relationship.  

Wedding Dress: For Sale features Kapamilya stars Diana Mackey, Brian Gocheco, AC Sangab, Reign Parani, and Camille Sandel.  

For those who want to have a first peek at PILIkula’s new digital short film, tickets are available on priced at P1,000 (SVIP) and P700 (VIP). Apart from having the chance to watch the first three episodes and being included in a Zoom party with the cast, the SVIP ticket holders will also get the opportunity to have a one-on-one chat with their favorite cast of the short film.

Meanwhile, fans have the freedom to choose if Lalaine and Paul’s wedding will end up with an “I do” or an “I don’t” by voting for the short film’s next scenes using special stickers on the KUMU app ( The completed short film will then be uploaded on ABS CBN Entertainment and

Topics: PILIkula , Wedding Dress: For Sale , Diana Mackey , Brian Gocheco
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