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Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman film "That Thing Called Tadhana" has been announced as the most astounding aggregating indie movie ever.

After sold-out screenings in theaters across the nation, the film is currently planned to hit theaters in the United States beginning on March 27.

As per the authority figures, the blockbuster hit officially amassed an amazing P134 million last month. It had passed the P100-million mark in less than 2 weeks since the first time it hit theaters.

Beside being a film industry hit, the motion picture has additionally collected various grants, including the Audience Choice and Best Actress recompenses at the 2014 Cinema One Originals Film Festival, and the Best Actor recompense at the Gawad Pasado.

"That Thing Called Tadhana" has likewise been chosen in different global film celebrations. Jadaone's film will contend at the Osaka Asian Film Festival 2015 and will be a piece of the Los Angeles Asian and the Hawaii International Film Festivals.

Panganiban said that she is extremely energized in light of the fact that their Kapamilya abroad will have the opportunity to watch the film. She trusts that "Tadhana" will encounter the same achievement abroad as it did here in the nation.

Concerning De Guzman, he is really appreciative for everybody who viewed his motion picture since this served as his rebound movie.

He stated that he is extremely appreciative that the part of Anthony was given to him. From the very beginning, he had confidence in the script and the individuals behind the film in light of the fact that the film--"Tadhana", has an exceptional-convincing story, yet he didn't expect that it would be such a major hit. He then added that everything is going on so quick. That is to say, they as of now have a global screening and they're participating in worldwide movie festival--making him feel strange.

Initially a passage to the Cinema One Originals Film Festival a year ago, the rom-com by Antoinette Jadaone recounts the account of Mace--Panganiban, and Anthony--de Guzman, outsiders who meet at an airplane terminal in Rome, Italy, as they choose to go on a street trip in Luzon to help one another repair their broken hearts.