Why did Maja Salvador tweet “Bakit parang kasalanan ko?” about I’m Drunk I Love You sequel?
Seven years since “I’m Drunk I Love You (IDILY)” hit the big screen and fans finally got the answer they have been waiting for regarding a potential sequel.
“I’m Drunk I Love You” lead stars Maja Salvador and Paulo Avelino themselves set the Twitterverse abuzz last Monday, April 10, 2023 following their tweets about it.
Will the fans finally get the I’m Drunk I Love You sequel they have been waiting for?
During an #AskPau session on Twitter where his followers quizzed him on a range of topics, a certain follower asked him, “Are you g if may continuation ang ‘I’m Drunk, I Love You’?”
Avelino’s response: “Si Maja lang hinihintay. Siya kulitin niyo wag ako.”
Si Maja lang hinihintay. Siya kulitin niyo wag ako https://t.co/W7oi1lYwUc— PAULO (@mepauloavelino) April 10, 2023
Maja Salvador’s answer on I’m Drunk I Love You sequel
Less than an hour later and without directly addressing it, Salvador tweeted simply, “script.” She then included a gif of the iconic line, “Bakit parang kasalanan ko?” from the Star Cinema film “Four Sisters and a Wedding.”
script. pic.twitter.com/L6Dt4ZZR51— MAJA (@dprincessmaja) April 10, 2023
In a subsequent tweet just minutes later, Salvador used another GIF, this time showing her “Wildflower” character Lily Cruz saying, “Wag ako.”
April 10, 2023
Salvador’s seeming response had fans of the movie waiting for the side of JP Habac, who wrote and directed “IDILY.” However, he has yet to comment on the trending incident.
The 2017 film follows the story of college best friends Carson (Salvador) and Dio (Avelino), who went on a last vacation before their graduation. The trip became an opportunity for Carson to confront her long-hidden feelings for Dio.
Habac first hinted that an I’m Drunk I Love You sequel was in the works in October 2018. In January of the following year, the filmmaker said he was writing the script with Kristin Barrameda.
He teased that the project, with the working title “I Love You, I Do,” is set seven years after the events of the original film, and would still follow Carson and Dio.
Since then, however, no further details about the planned “I’m Drunk I Love You” sequel have been released.
In April 2020, during a virtual roundtable with Habac, Salvador nonetheless had a ready and sure answer when asked if she would change how the story of “I’m Drunk, I Love You” ended.
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