It could be recalled that Aga, who represented Miracle in Cell No. 7, was pitted against Dizon and Rocco Nacino from the romance film Write About Love for the award of Best Actor in the MMFF Gabi Ng Parangal last December 27.
Back at the talk show, Aga explained his learnings throughout the years when it comes to awards from award-giving bodies.
“Sa tagal-tagal ko na rin sa industriyang ’to, I’ve had my share of ’yong mga ganyan,” he told The King of Talk. “Even when I was younger, I would expect. Parang ‘I wanna win in this awards night, in this award-giving body I wanna win.’ biglang talo ka. So, I’ve learned. I’ve learned not to expect.”
Aga added that his learnings of not taking trophies seriously, saying the real trophy is people watching the films he stars in.
“Gusto ko siya. Masarap sa gabing ’yon ’pag nanalo ka, pero ’pag hindi ka nanalo, it doesn’t change you.” Aga said.
Boy said he is looking forward to Aga’s next movies, while adding that the veteran actor already has 13 Best Actor trophies.
“Kaya kung sino man ang manalo, masaya ako para sa kanya,” Aga said, then speaking of Dizon. “Like for Allen, he won Best Actor. I’m like ‘Wow!’ [because] I know that feeling. Alam ko ’yong feeling na nananalo. Masarap. Congratulations, really. Walang masama. Okay lang ’yon. Okay lang talaga ’yon.”
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