Thai Thai actor Ice Paris Intarakomalyasut directly greet fans in Indonesia on Tuesday (20/9). He did this to attend the gala premiere of Love Destiny: The Movie.
He admitted that he couldn’t wait for fans in Indonesia to witness his latest project.
“Because the series was a hit in Thailand. So, when a film was made, many people waited and wanted to watch it,” said Ice Paris at Grand Indonesia, Tuesday (20/9).
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Ice Paris plays Mathus Hantrakul, one of the characters who just appeared in the film version, yet to appear in the series. However, the character plays an important role in the film’s plot.
Moreover, said Ice Paris, Love Destiny is said to be his first romantic comedy project as the main character since starting his acting career.
“It’s very exciting because it feels challenged. Because so far it’s just a drama, this romcom first. Very happy to be able to play such an important role in bringing these two people together,” said Ice Paris.
Ice Paris was previously known for several mystery thriller projects, such as Ghost Lab, In Family We Trust, Bad Genius series, and many more.
Director Ping Adisorn Trisirikasem and Thai actor Ice Paris Intarakomalyasut (right) attend the special screening of Love Destiny: The Movie at Grand Indonesia, Tuesday (20/9). (CNN Indonesia/Christie Stefanie)
Synopsis Love Destiny: The Movie tells the life of Muen (Pope Thanawat) and Karakade (Bella Ranee) who were reborn in the early Rattanakosin Kingdom era after living a happy and loving life during the Ayutthaya era or about 177 years ago from now.
This time, the two were reborn as Phop and Gaysorn. Phop is the craftsman with the sweetest smile in Thailand who dreamed of one woman for years. He believed they were together in a previous life.
When he met Gaysorn, Phop felt the woman’s face was the same as the one that had appeared in his dreams. Therefore, he chased after Gaysorn without hesitation.
However, Gaysorn was an intelligent woman who had been educated by a foreign priest; he does not believe in bupphesanniwat or couples destined to be together for life.
She wasn’t impressed with Phop at all, especially when he turned out to be the one who had ignored her for the past four years.
Love Destiny: The Movie is one of two sequel projects to the hit Thai drama Love Destiny (2018) which co-starred Bella Ranee Campen and Pope Thanavat Vatthanaputi.
The film is directed by Ping Adisorn Trisirikasem who previously wrote the script and directed the hit film Bangkok Traffic Love Story (2009).
Love Destiny: The Movie is scheduled to be released in the near future in Indonesian cinemas.