Arjo Atayde’s ‘Bag­man’

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Life was so hard for a sim­ple bar­ber like Benjo (played by Arjo Atayde) in a 12-part se­ries ti­tled “Bag­man” on IWant TV.

Lured for power and money Benjo was forced to work for a crooked gov­er­nor, his life is turned up­side-down as he gets en­tan­gled in the dan­ger­ous world of pol­i­tics and com­plex so­ci­etal in­sti­tu­tions.

Ray­mond Ba­gats­ing plays the cor­rupt gov­er­nor in this ser i es.

Bag­man is an ac­tion-drama ser i es.

Aside from be­ing a bar­ber, benjo had to do odd jobs to make both ends meet. His wife is preg­nant, in or­der to pro­vide for his wife and soonto-be-child, he did a small mis­sion to save his fam­ily.

Soon enough, be­cause of the easy money he gets, he will be­come the gov­er­nor’s bag­man.

“Go with the flow po ako eh. I went with it, they gave me the char­ac­ter, di­rek gave me the free­dom to do so, to cre­ate my own, to just go with it... basta I used my heart,” says Arjo.

Pro­duced ng Dream­scape Dig­i­tal at Rein En­ter­tain­ment , “Bag­man” will be joined a pow­er­house cast con­sist­ing of: Alan Paule, Yayo Aguila, Chanel La­torre and Ray­mond Ba­gats­ing.

“I don’t want to be boxed... I’ll con­tinue do­ing what I am do­ing and I’ll do ev­ery role I coul .”

The first six episodes of “Bag­man” is stream­ing for free which will be avail­able on IWant TV which started last March 30. Three episodes will be streamed on March 27 and the last three episodes on April 3.

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Talk­ing about Arjo who’s been ex­clu­sively dat­ing phe­nom­e­nal star Maine Men­doza were seen at Star City wear­ing face masks. The lovey dovey cou­ple were seen at the said Theme Park in Pasay City.

Arjo and Maine tried be­ing low pro­files, some­how, peo­ple still rec­og­nized them both. In video taken, Arjo was play­ing bas­ket­ball hoops at the the­mer park.

The cou­ple seems to en­joy their night es­pe­cially after rid­ing a fer­ris wheel. If there is a will there is a way, this was proven by the cou­ple.

De­spite be­ing on dif­fer­ent net­works and hec­tic sched­ules they find qual­ity time spend­ing to­gether. Septem­ber 2018 when the two be­came close. Arjo even at­tended Maine’s me­dia launch on a brand en­dorse­ment.

The close­ness be­came more in­tense, un­til Arjo ad­mit­ted last Jan­uary 19 that he and Maine are in­deed “dat­ing ex­clu­sively.” Mainer con­firmed the is­sue on March 2.

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Meet Agot Isidro’s cur­rent beau sen­a­to­rial can­di­date Pilo Hil­bay.

“Kare­spe-re­speto na­man yung tao, e, saka nakaka­hanga.”

It has been cir­cu­lat­ing on al­most all so­cial me­dia about Agot’s ru­mored boyfriend Pilo. How long has she been girl­friend to Pilo?

“Not very long.” Ac­cord­ing to Agot the feel­ings de­vel­oped even be­fore the cam­paign sea­son started for the May 2019 elec­tions. It was in the news that Agot was one among the lib­eral party’s choice to run for sen­a­tor.

Agot stressed that she has known Pilo even be­fore the cam­paign sea­son.

“Two years ago. We met sa mga meet­ings ng mga pro­gres­sive friends. Yun, nag-meet kami dun and then nag­ing smaller group yun. Ta­pos we met of­ten ‘ta­pos kami na lang nagmi-meet. I re­spect him, he re­spects me. Gusto ko kasi yung tinitin­gala ako.”

Agot has been sep­a­rated with her hus­band Manu San­de­jas. They got mar­ried in Oc­to­ber 7, 2000 at St John Bosco church in La­guna Tech­noPark in Sta. Rosa, La­guna. After ten years they sep­a­rated. 1 Points

5 In the lead

10 Sports chan­nel 14 Lo­ca­tion

15 ‘70s mu­sic

16 Law

17 Leave the car 18 Or­ga­ni­za­tion of Pe­tro­leum Ex­port­ing Coun­tries

19 Wa­ter (Span­ish) 20 Brief witty writ­ing 22 Day of the wk. 25 Par­ody

26 Large con­stel­la­tion 28 Sim­per

29 Baby’s first word 31 Re­ceived

32 Thai­land cit­i­zen 33 Light pur­ple flower

35 I see

36 Toad’s cousins 40 Trigonom­e­try

41 Free of

43 Small bot­tle 45 Glasses

48 Ap­pli­ance brand 49 Soft­drink brand 50 En­grave

51 Vol­ume (abbr.) 52 For­mer spouse

53 Self con­tained un­der­wa­ter breath­ing apara­tus 55 River (Span­ish) 56 South­west­ern Univer­sity

57 Good grief! 59 God­dess 64 Lapu-____

66 Elide

69 Dash

70 Give off

71 Chine

72 En­joy

73 Opp. of nar­row 74 For­mer U.S. pres­i­dent 75 Adam’s gar­den

1 Knocks

2 Iran’s neigh­bor 3 South Amer­i­can na­tion

4 Rice wine

5 Hoopla 6 Hip­popota­mus’ nick­name

7 Vane di­rec­tion 8 Ac­count (abbr.)

9 Act

10 Time pe­riod

11 Sweet stuff 12 Courage

13 Ship­shape

21 Group of na­tions 23 U.S. Air Force 24 Na­tive ruler 27 Spiel­berg’s alien 29 Deli or­der

30 Put on __

31 Mea­sure

32 Up­per leg

34 Edge

35 Arkansas

37 U.S. pres­i­dent’s of­fice 38 Card game

39 Sa­ti­ate

42 Delaware (abbr.) 44 Flabby

46 Queen City of the South

47 Red deer

49 What is served for meals

51 Ro­man six

53 Hindu re­li­gious teacher

54 Valen­tine’s day an­gel

55 Rhinoceros’ nick­name

56 Killed

58 North Amer­i­can


60 Is­land

61 Sub­stance with sour taste

62 Cook

63 City in Ye­men 65 Shoshon­ean 67 Com­bine

68 Decade

71 Tin (abbr.)

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