Gen. Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa, First PNP Chief to appear in an advocacy film

Apalit, Pampanga Philippines [November 16, 2016]  PNP Dir. Gen. Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa will be one of the cast in the upcoming advocacy film Isang Araw – Ikatlong Yugto. The third installment of the film is still on-going. This will be the first time that a PNP Chief will be appearing in the Big Screen together with “Mr. Public Service” Kuya Daniel Razon.  In an interview of UNTV News and Rescue, he has this to say:

“I was not acting. I am just doing what I am doing. Ang problema natin ay ang matagal ng public perception na ang pulis ay kurakot, ang pulis ay kotong, abusado. Gusto nating mabago ang pagtingin ng mga taong bayan sa kanilang kapulisan. Excited. Masaya. Maiparating natin sa taong bayan ang nais nating marating.”Screen Shot 2016-11-15 at 7.03.41 PM.png

“I was not acting. I am just doing what I am doing. The problem is the long been perception of a policeman. Corrupt and abusive. We want to change that “stigma” as what our fellowmen sees. I am excited. Happy. Through this picture, I thank Kuya Daniel for this chance and opportunity.” He encouraged everyone to support this campaign. Not for the propaganda but to show the real situation. Also, the goal of this film is to uplift the morale of the policemen.

Isang Araw – Ikatlong Yugto is a one-of-a-kind advocacy movie that starred, written and directed by the veteran broadcaster and the Chairman and CEO of UNTVBMPI Daniel Razon. In year 2009, Isang Araw Lang movie is born. From the first installment, Isang Araw Lang the Movie that is a story of a good jeepney driver, despite hardships that came on his way, he still continues to put up his head and continues to inspire his community.

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A year after its release, the film also conducted three special screenings within Metro Manila. Isang Araw also toured Asia – Singapore and Hongkong, Europe, Australia and Dubai.

Because of the first Isang Araw the Movies’ success, an action filled second installment of the movie with a powerful cast is made. Jess Lapid Jr. which is also a part of UNTV News and Rescue went under training to be able to help during calamities. Veteran actress Daria Ramirez made a powerful impact on her role as Ritz Razul’s mother. 80’s heartrob Rey PJ Avellana, Jackie Lou Blanco, Ricardo Cepeda, Jeffrey Santos, comedian Bayani Agbayani and movie and stage actress Pinky Amador.

Though the full casts has not yet revealed, media is already buzzing about this movie. Host of Bread N’ Butter, Arlene Razon posted a picture on Instagram confirming the PNP Chief’s appearance on the said movie.

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photo: @soitsyou

 

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Apalit, Pampanga Philippines. [11/4/2016] In the Ang Dating Daan Worldwide Bible Exposition on November 4, 2016, Bro. Daniel Razon announce his new project “Baraks ni Good Brother” tying up with the Philippine National Police leaded by Chief Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa.

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