Dingdong Dantes Not Pressured To Marry Marian RiveraKapuso primetime king Dingdong Dantes said he is not feeling pressured by his and Marian Rivera's fans who have been pushing them to get married. Even before social networks became an everyday norm, they have already received comments from their supporters that they should tie the knot.
Dingdong instead wanted to be grateful to their fans because they have been very supportive of their relationship. It's nice to know that a lot of them wanted to see them end up together.
For Dingdong, having a family is sacred. He was raised to think that way--to think that having a family, having children was what God intends for him to do.
Marian was named FHM's Sexiest Woman in the World this year again, but Dingdong wasn't able to attend the party where she was crowned. He just made sure his presence was felt by having a bouquet of flowers delivered to her.
Marian even posted a photo of this on her Instagram account. She said that she was giddy as well over the card sent with the flowers. Dingdong didn't want to reveal what was written on the card. He just wanted to inspire her to enjoy the night, he added.
As much as possible, he makes sure to give flowers to Marian to make her feel important and special to him.
They have been together for five years, and up to now, Dingdong makes sure that Marian can feel how sincere he is in his intentions. As long as he is sincere, he believes he can make his girlfriend happy even with just the simple things.
Right now, Dingdong is already thinking of having a family of his own. Although he still has his priorities, the actor said it is important that he understands what he wants to do in his life.
Meanwhile, Dingdong will star in the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) official entry "Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles." He will be resuming his shooting for the movie because there were days he was absent from the set.
This year, he will be starring in a film that will rival Kris Aquino's "Feng Shui 2." They were together in the 2011 film, "Segunda Mano" where he won the Best Actor award.
Dingdong described his MMFF entry as "adventure-horror-comedy." He is excited for the turnout of the film fest this year. Last year, Dingdong said the film fest earned about P1 billion.
He believes that figure can be exceeded this year. The actor is also happy with the fact that a lot of people are watching the film fest entries.