‘Achy Breaky Hearts’ hits P14M on its opening day

  • ‘Achy Breaky Hearts’ pulls in P14M earning on its opening day from more than 170 theaters nationwide
  • Directed by Antoinette Jadaone, the movie centers on the story of a thirty-something single woman named Chinggay portrayed by Jodie Sta. Maria
  • Chinggay  gets lock in a rivalry between two guys portrayed by Ian Veneracion and Richard Yap

Star Cinema’s much anticipated romantic film “The Achy Breaky Hearts” starring Jodie Sta. Maria, Richard Yap and Ian Veneracion has earned an opening day gross of P14 million from more than 170 theaters nationwide.

An article published by ABS-CBN News disclosed that the movie is the fourth film from the production outfit this year to break the P10-million mark on its debut following “Everything About Her” (P15 million), “Just the 3 of Us” (P16 million), and “Love Me Tomorrow” (P13 million).

The Angel Locsin-starrer “Everything About Her” and “Just the 3 of Us” which was topbilled by John Lloyd Cruz and Jennylyn Mercado, went on to reach P100 million.

“The Achy Breaky Hearts” which is directed by Antoinette Jadaone, is the fifth film offering from Star Cinema to be released in theaters this 2016.

The film centers on the story of Chinggay (portrayed by Jodie); a thirty-something woman who has been single for seven years who gets lock in a rivalry between two guys portrayed by Ian and Richard.

Everything seem to be in place, until the uncertainties slowly unfold before the main character’s eyes.

Meanwhile, an article written by Joyce Jimenez on the Philippine Star mentioned that the moral of the story teaches ladies that being single is okay.

The blockbuster film basically deals on four important lessons about singlehood which are as follows: 1) embrace singlehood; 2) never settle for a compromise; 3) don’t rush love; and, 4) love yourself.

This project marks the onscreen reunion of Maya and Sir Chief (Jodi and Richard’s characters in Be Careful With My Heart) and Amor and Eduardo (Jodie and Ian’s roles in Pangako Sa ‘Yo). Both tandems became certified hits among Filipino TV viewers.

Let’s watch this trailer: