Former child consternation Niño Muhlach detonate into tears when he removed how his father took caring of his finances during a tallness of his popularity.
The ‘80s actor was one of a panelists in a 1st Child Summit orderly by a Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) and hold Apr 25 during a Mabini Hall of Malacañang Palace.
Niño became romantic when a subject of trust supports for immature stars was discussed. Aside from Niño, other apparatus persons that afternoon were Aiza Seguerra, Sheryl Cruz, Rayver Cruz, Robi Domingo, and Roderick Paulate.
Niño said: “Ngayon papa lang natin pinag-uusapan ang child labor laws pero naisip na yun dati ng daddy ko. Ang trust account ko dati, hindi lang 20 percent ng kita ko ang pumapasok…100 percent automatic.
“Tapos yung mga ibang artista na sikat, bahay ang pinapatayo pero ako building. Lahat yun nasa pangalan ko.”
His Daddy Alex also built a four-storey unit building for Niño.
The former child actor revealed: “Hanggang ngayon, magku-cruise kami sa May 4, siya ang magbabayad ng sheet ko. Pa, baka propensity mo pati mga apo mo. Sama mo na lahat.”
TRIBUTE TO HIS DAD. Niño, who seemed in strike cinema such as Ang Leon during ang Daga (1975) and Darna during Ding (1980), stood adult and paid reverence to his Daddy Alex. Tears rolled down his face as he said: “Pa, appreciate we so most for everything.”
Members of a assembly gave a turn of acclaim for a father-and-son team.
In a apart talk with Niño after a forum, he told PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal) because he became emotional.
“Binaggit kasi ni Direk Maning [Emmanuel Borlaza] na dumadaan [nuon] ang daddy ko sa [location] para alamin kung bakit nagsu-shooting papa ako hanggang 10:30 p.m., e, ang usapan hanggang 10 p.m. lang.
“Biglang bumalik lahat sa utak ko kung gaano ako kasuwerte.
“Yung daddy ko naisip na niya na dapat hindi lang 20 percent ang tinatabi para sa trust fund, kung hindi 100 percent.
“We have to strech out to a relatives na dapat sa kanila mismo manggagaling ang pagpo-proteksiyon sa mga bata.”
At this point, Niño took out his cellphone and showed photos of his dual sons: 10-year-old Alessandro Martinno and 2-year-old Alonzo Andretti.
“Sila ang rason kung bakit adult to now, marunong akong mag-appreciate ng mga maliliit na bagay.”
Are his sons meddlesome in fasten showbiz?
“Itong bunso, medyo,” he pronounced with a smile. “Actually, might mga companies that have asked him to audition. Kung propensity niya, fine lang. Hindi naman masama ang naging knowledge ko sa showbiz.”
ON AMALIA FUENTES. Asked about a word fight between his aunt, Amalia Fuentes, and talent manager, Annabelle Rama, during a arise of Amalia’s ex-husband Joey Stevens, Niño declined to comment.
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“Medyo mahirap magsalita…si Tita Nena [referring to Amalia] kamag-anak, si Tita Annabelle malapit rin sa amin.
“Si Ate Liezl [Martinez] nga hindi masyadong nakikialam, anak siya…what some-more ako, pamangkin lang naman ako?
“Siyempre kamag-anak namin siya [Amalia], pero medyo we don’t wish to comment.”
The former child actor hopes a argue will be resolved soon.
“E, sino-sino papa ba ang magkikita-kita [sa showbiz]? Sana magkaayos agad.
“Minsan kasi iniintriga o di kaya might magkukwento, ‘Sabi ni ganito…’ E, lalong lumalaki, so sana zany na lang palakihin.
“Sana magkita na lang sila sa isang lugar. Pareho pang mataray yung dalawa, kaya mahirap pakialaman.”
He believes a mutual crony can assistance Amalia and Annabelle solve a issue.
“Naniniwala ako na ang makakaayos nito ay isa sa mga kaibigan nila…isa sa mga collection nila.”
DIRECTING A TV PROJECT. Niño, who has been divided from showbiz for several years, is formulation to make a comeback. This time, he will work behind a camera as a director.
He revealed: “I’ve been directing theatre plays for a past 14 years and ngayon, meron akong eccentric films.
“I sealed a agreement with Viva final Oct 2011. we have a 3-year agreement with them and I’m ostensible to approach a teleserye for a network.”