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Maja Salvador on doing fight scenes in high-heels

After her trending and well-lauded fight scenes in Wildflower on the Independence Day episode, Maja Salvador reveals the struggles she went through to show that her character Ivy Aguas is not a woman to mess with.

“I’ve had action scenes in my past projects but so far, this is the toughest routine I did and I had to do it all in heels!” the star shares. “If you really love your character and you are giving your 100 percent to the show, there is really nothing you cannot do even if it’s really hard.”

“I would like to thank our fight instructor for guiding me all throughout the scene and to my heels for not giving up on me,” she jokingly added.

Maja Salvador in an intense scene from the weeknight drama, 'Wildflower"  

When asked if she is open to doing more action projects, the star answered back, “Why not? Just like what Ivy Aguas said, ‘bring it on!’ I like doing challenging projects because I can explore myself further and see what else I can offer as an actress.”

More action and more fierceness are expected of Salvador in Wildflower as the story heats up with Emilia’s (Aiko Melendez) evil plans to destroy Ivy. Will Emilia finally get the job done and kill Ivy?  

Wildflower airs weeknights on ABS-CBN or ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable ch 167). 

For updates, follow @wildflowerabscbn on Instagram, @RSBDramaUnitNew on Twitter and like the show’s official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/wildflowerchannel2/. Catch its latest episodes on iwantv.com.ph or skyondemand.com.ph for Sky subscribers.

Topics: Maja Salvador , Wildflower
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