Aga Muhlach says he is open to the idea of being cast in a film opposite his ex-girlfriend, 1993 Miss Universe Dayanara Torres, if such a project is offered to him.
“Oo, bakit hindi? Movie lang naman. No problem, of course, I mean, like what she’s said, she’s moved on, I moved on, we’re okay. It’s all good,” Aga tells PEP (Philippine Entertainment Portal) in an interview during the formal launching of “MaAGA ang Pasko sa Jollibee” on November 28, in Blue Wave, Pasay City.
This is Aga’s response to Dayanara’s comment—which she gave in an interview with PEP last November 10—that she was “open to work” with Aga if she was offered a project with him again.
Dayanara was in the country to endorse the cosmetic surgery clinic Beverly Hills 6750. The couple did not meet while Dayanara was here on her short 3-4 day stay.
Aga and Dayanara’s first and last screen work together was the 1995 film Basta’t Kasama Kita—a movie inspired by the Hollywood classic Roman Holiday. Aga and Dayanara’s relationship blossomed beyond the set and became a widely-followed romance that lasted for at least two full years. Their relationship ended when Dayanara went back to Puerto Rico in late 1998. Dayanara returned briefly to the Philippines in January 1999, but by May 2000 had married popular Puerto Rican singer Marc Anthony. The marriage ended in divorce in 2004. She has two children with Marc Anthony—Cristian and Ryan.
Aga, on the other hand, married Charlene Gonzalez in May 2001. Charlene was the Philippines’ bet in the 1994 Ms Universe pageant, where Dayanara was the outgoing Miss Universe. They have twins—Andres and Atasha.