Bela Padilla, the lead actress of hit films 100 Tula Para Kay Stella and Meet Me In St. Gallen, turned 28 years old on May 3, 2019. During an interview on Tonight With Boy Abunda, Tito Boy asked her, "At 28, what's going on in your mind?"

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While eating her birthday cake alongside new co-star Jodi Sta. Maria, Bela shared, "Nakakatawa po... Kasi tumanggap ako ng dalawang pelikula habang nagso-soap. Parang, I feel like I'm running out of time... I'm nearing 30, so obviously may roles na hindi ko na puwedeng gawin. Parang naghahabol ako Tito Boy, hindi ko alam kung bakit."

I'm sure we've all felt pressured to reach a certain goal at one point or another, just like Bela. And if you remember, the actress recently clapped back at commenters who were pressuring her to get married soon.

Jodi and Bela are starring in a new teleserye called Sino Ang May Sala? Mea Culpa, a crime drama series produced by Dreamscape which reportedly draws inspiration from the US shows How To Get Away With Murder and Thirteen Reasons Why.

Jodi, who's 36 years old, shared pieces of advice for Bela during their TWBA guesting: "The things that are meant for you will always be for you, regardless of what age. It will come." Cheers to that!

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