The project unites the most sought-after stars on Philippine primetime. Top billed by Robin Padilla in his comeback as a Kapamilya. “Guns and Roses” also brings back Bea Alonzo to the Primetime block as Robin’s leading lady.
In addition, the latest romance-action series also features Diether Ocampo in an offbeat role that will further stamp his mark as one of the versatile actors of today. Adding up to the love story angle is the PBB Teen Edition Plus Grand Winner Ejay Falcon and the Empress of Drama, Empress.
Is love enough to heal wounds? This is the basic but exciting premise the project holds. “Guns and Roses” is a story of a man named Abel Marasigan (Robin Padilla), whose past is riddled with pain and anger back when he was still 10 years old. Out of justice and shaped by revenge, he will be forced to leave his family to kill the people behind the death of his father. As the story goes on, he will meet Reign Santana (Bea Alonzo), a woman who just lost her fiancée in a seemingly incidental shooting. Both lonely hearts intertwine as their stories of broken family and estranged hearts fuse.
However, one man stands between them, agent of law Marcus Aguilar (Diether Ocampo) who is the one responsible for Reign’s case. Unexpectedly, as the story unravels, he will fall in love with Reign. There will be more twists and turns as the story unfolds. In spite of the inconvenient truth, Abel and Reign will fight for their love no matter how complicated the situation may be.
The full trailer gave a very interesting glimpse on the story of the much anticipated teleserye. Evident enough, “Guns and Roses” is capable of giving an exciting twist to the usual soaps aired primetime. Furthermore, the series houses a casting coup led by Mark Gil, Pen Medina, Liza Lorena, Isabel Rivas, Nanding Josef, Pinky Amador, Gladys Reyes, Ketchup Eusebio, Justin Cuyugan, Ina Feleo, Boom Labruska, Maliksi Morales with the special participation of Jake Cuenca.
Directed by Trina Dayrit and Rechie del Carmen, “Guns And Roses” will hit the household screens every weeknights starting June 6 on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida.
Source: Philippine Star