Bayani Agbayani is back in ABS-CBN

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  • As part of the new sitcom Funny Ka, Pare Ko, Bayani Agbayani says he is happy to return to the Kapamilya network with a new project. But even though he does not have a contract with the network, Bayani said he is thankful for the blessings.

    Wala akong kontrata. Ako kasi utang na loob ko sa ABS-CBN, kaya hindi ako nag-iisip ng ano pa bang mangyayari sa career ko dahil ang ABS (CBN) hindi nila pinababayaan ang artista nila. Ang ABS-CBN mismo ang nagpaplano kung paano mo tatahakin ang career mo. Bawat artista yan. Kaya alam na alam ko na sila Ma’am Charo (Santos-Concio) at Ma’am Cory (Vidanes) na may plan sila para sa akin at yun ang pinapasalamat ko,” he revealed.

    With his new sitcom, Bayani says there won’t be an adjustment because he has always been doing comedy.

    “Actually hindi naman ako natigil, nasa ibang istasyon lang. Matagal akong hindi nagkaroon ng sariling show. Laging kasama ko si Aga (Muhlach) or si Cesar Montano. This time maraming, maraming salamat sa ABS-CBN talagang kahit kelan hindi kayo nagsasawang maniwala sa amin na mga baguhang komedyante at lagi niyo kaming sinusuportahan. Kung tinatanong niyo kung naninibago ako hindi naman masyado. Maging sa harap at likod ng camera ganun kami. Ganun namna actually ang technique ng pagpapaptawa eh. Dapat dire-diretso ka lang na masaya, dire-diretso ka lang na nagpapasaya ng tao kahit walang umiikot na camera sa harap mo. Kasi ang unang-unang barometer ng pagpapatawa yung pamilya mo eh,” he explained.

    In Funny Ka, Pare Ko, he plays the role of Karla Estrada’s husband, who turns his neighborhood restaurant into a talent show for the community at night. The cast includes acts from It’s Showtime’s Funny One segment like Ryan Rems, Crazy Duo and No Direction.

    Ako ever since gumagawa ako ng proyekto hindi ko iniisip na ako yung bida, ang iniisip ko lang ay iyong proyektong ginagawa namin. Kaming lahat ang gumagawa nun, kaming lahat ang bida. Kasi pag hindi in touch yung sarili mo sa mga kasama mo, hindi kayo magkakaroon ng harmonious relationship. Dapat lahat kayo bida,” he stated.

    Working with Karla Estrada is also natural for Bayani who has known her for a long time even outside showbiz. “Nagsisimula pa lang ako sa ABS-CBN kaibigan ko na yan. Hindi pa kami magkasama sa isang project lagi na kaming magkakasama. Nagkikita kami at may common friend kami na lagi namin yung pinag-uusapan,” he added.

    The first sitcom gag show from the ABS-CBN TVPlus channel Cinemo also promises to have guest celebrities in their future episodes.

    Habang umiikot yung mga episodes lingo-linggo ay marami pa kaming ipapapkita sa mga guest na artista. It’s a family oriented show.Ang tagal tagal na po kasing nawala ni Mang Dolphy kasi si Mang Dolphy pinapnuod natin dahil natutuwa at naliligayahan yung mga nanunuod tapos meron ka pang natututunan. Dito hindi lang kayo masisiyahan at maliligayahn, kasi kami pag nag-te-taping halos hindi na kami magkandamayaw sa kakatawa. Dito nag-i-instill kami ng Filipino values. Yung pagmamano ng bata sa magulang, pagkakasabi ng po at opo, pagdadasal bago kumain at pagkagising. Lahat ng magaganda sa Filipino family, lahat ng values andito po. Kahit hindi lang sa mga bata pati ang matatanda, buong pamilya may matututunan sila dito,” he shared.

    Even though his show may not have hunks in the cast (except for maybe Manuel Chua who plays an antagonist), Bayani said doing comedy has nothing to do with physical appearances.

    “Ang pagpapatawa hindi lang naman yan sa itsura lang. Talento yan. Yan ang talentong napakahirap na hindi mo aalagaan at hindi mo gagamitin. Kasi kami kahit hindi kami umaarte, wala kami sa harap ng camera, lahat kami pinapatawa namin ang bawat isa. Ang magaling na komikero na walang itsura, guwapo sa babaeng na nakaharap niya. Yan ang tatandaan niyo. Pag napapasaya ko ang babae, laging magandang lalake ang tingin niya sa iyo di ba?” he remarked. (R.M. santos, push.com)

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