Bes and the Beshies: Ai-Ai delas Alas is back to comedy in a women empowerment flick

The Comedy Queen Ai-Ai delas Als is back together with Zsa Zsa Padilla, Carmi Martin and Beauty Gonzales in “Bes and the Beshies,” another quality film from CINEKO Productions in cooperation with Regal Entertainment.

A one of a kind comedy film with two of the best and award-winning duo, screenwriter Ricky Lee and director Joel Lamangan. Though both are well-known for heavy dramas, they promise that this movie will deliver underlying messages of Filipino resiliency especially with family relations through comedic scenes.

Opens in cinemas nationwide on October 18, 2017.

About Ai-Ai delas Alas:

Ai-Ai’s three decades in showbiz started at the height of sing-along bars and comedy stand up in the country. She has rightfully earned titles such as: Comedy Concert Queen, Comedy Box Office Queen, Best Comedy Actress and quite recently, Best Actress and Global Achievement by a Filipino Artist.

The industry is abuzz with her wedding (her first church wedding and third marriage) in December 12, 2017 to 23-year old Gerald Sibayan. She said it will be a simple church wedding with 300 close family and friends. Speaking of family and friends, her bridal gown is a gift from Marian Rivera. It is a couture Frederick Peralta creation with its long trail and veil painted (still being painted as of this writing) by award-winning director and artist, Louie Lagdameo-Ignacio. Alden Richards will be one of Sibayan’s best man and Megastar Sharon Cuneta is her matron of honor.

More about the film:

The film is about the daily life and struggles of four friends:

Charla (Ai-Ai delas Alas) – a solo parent hoping to restore her relationship with her ideal husband to complete her family.

Mabel (Zsa Zsa Padilla) – the traditional martyr wife who will do anything and everything to maintain her family.

Tisay (Carmi Martin) – desperate to do anything and everything to have a family.

Sophie (Beauty Gonzales) – a young woman in tune with her aunts and will do anything to support them.

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