MANILA, Philippines -- Despite the box-office success of her movie "Sisterakas," actress-host Kris Aquino is not interested in doing a sequel to the hit comedy film, which also stars her friends Vice Ganda and Ai Ai delas Alas.
|Queen of All Media Kris Aquino. File photo
In her official Twitter account on Wednesday, Aquino said if ever there will be plans to make a sequel, she definitely will not be part of it.
"If ever, without me na. Sinwerte na, quit while ahead," Aquino told one of her followers on the micro-blogging site.
Despite this, Aquino said she is elated about the comedy film's box-office success.
According to data based on reports from participating theaters, "Sisterakas" earned P23,110,553.75 in Metro Manila and some provincial theaters, and P16,083,758.90 in other provincial cinemas on its first day for a total of P39,194,312.65.
"30M happy na, 35M super! But God was just overwhelmingly generous!" tweeted Aquino, who will be hosting the Metro Manila Film Festival awards night on Thursday.
After "Sisterakas," Aquino said she will concentrate on her upcoming television series "Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw" with Robin Padilla and Anne Curtis, which begins airing on January 21 on ABS-CBN.
Aside from series, the "Kris TV" host also shared that she is planning a trip abroad with her sisters next year. She also wants to renovate her house.
Aquino also said her youngest son, James Yap, Jr., will start Grade 1 in the upcoming school year.