…by voting in the general election yesterday on July 3rd–an historic moment, giving Thailand its first female Prime Minister in Khun Yingluck Shinawatra, the youngest sister of the former ousted Prime Minister of Thailand, Thaksin Shinawatra. She is described as his clone, is that a good thing? There was a reason why he was ousted.
I shouldn’t talk, this is a entertainment blog. On with the pictures of celebrities who participated in the election…
It’s drama-filled. Three long time amigos and one girl, 3 for 1, it would be a good deal if it was like 3 bags of chips for $1, but we’re talking about relationship between people here. That is not a good ratio. In “Reuan Pae (The Houseboat)”, nang’ek “Ek” Butsakorn Tantiphana has to chose between 3 close friends who are renting her father’s houseboat. The guys are:
1. ‘Tono’ Pakin Kumvilaisak, as Kaew, the unruly boxer.
2. Son Songpaisan, as Chen, the honest police officer.
3. ‘Gun’ Napat Injaiuea, as Rin, the mellow aspiring singer.
She likes Kaew but Kaew is not up to her father’s standards, he’s an uneducated boxer with no future. Chen seems more promising than both Kaew and Rin, he’s educated and will be a police officer with a stable income. Her father would only allow Chen to pursue and date her. Because they love Chen, Kaew and Rin make way for him to pursue the woman they both love. No hard feelings. They can’t get the girl, they direct their efforts to other things such as pursuing their dreams. Kaew applies to enter a boxing camp, Rin finds a job at a radio station.
Just as things are going well, Chen has to leave for the police academy as part of his training to be a lieutenant . He tells Kaew to take good care of his girl Pen (Ek) when he is away. Kaew agrees but one stormy, thundering night, something happened between Kaew and Pen that will change the course of Kaew and Chen’s relationship and everyone around them. They had an affair. YAH, it sucks for Chen. He comes back from training and he finds his best friend with his girlfriend–worst friend betrayal ever.
“Reuan Pae (The Houseboat)” will air this Monday June 20, 2011 on Ch5.
For their June 2011 issue, the four leads of this lakorn are featured on the front cover of Sudsapda magazine. Great timing, a great way to promote the series. TEASER:
Best lakorn: Sai Soke on Ch3
Best Director: Sathaporn Nakwalairot for Pee Seua Lae Dok Mai (The Butterfly and the Flower) on TPBS
Best Script: Pralada Kanpantanakul for Sai Soke on Ch3
Best Actor: ‘Kao’ Jirayu La-ongmanee for Pee Seua Lae Dok Mai (The Butterfly and the Flower) on TBS
Best Actress: Ploy Chermarn for Rabam Duang Dao (Star Dance) on Ch3
Best Supporting Actor: ‘Chai’ Chatayodom Hiranyatsathiti for Sai Soke on Ch3
Best Supporting Actress: Duangta Tungkamanee for Sai Soke on Ch3
Best Film: “Chua Fah Din Salai (Eternity)”
Best Director: ML Bhandevanob ‘Mom Noi’ Devakula for “Chua Fah Din Salai (Eternity)”
Best Script: ML Bhandevanob ‘Mom Noi’ Devakula for “Chua Fah Din Salai (Eternity)”
Best Actor: Ananda Everingham for “Chua Fah Din Salai (Eternity)”
Best Actress: Ploy Chermarn for “Chua Fah Din Salai (Eternity)”
Best Supporting Actor: Sa-aad Peampongsan for Nak-Prok
Best Supporting Actress: Intira ‘Sai’ Jaroenpura for Nak-Prok
Best Female artist: Lula Kanyarat Tiyapornchai
Best Male artist: ‘Stamp’ Apiwat Eauthavornsuk
Best Group: Bodyslam
Best Newcomer: “Pae” Arak Amornsuppasiri
Best Album: “Kraam” by Bodyslam
Best Song: “Kit Hot (Isan dialect for “I miss you”) by Bodyslam
Best Actor: “Tik” Jesadaporn Pholdee
Best Actress: Anne Thongprasom
Highly popular in the society award:
Male: “Ruj” Suparuj Taychathanon
Female: “Kob” Suwanant Kongying
Best Singer: “Gun” Napat Injaiuea
Best Lakorn: Keuy Ban Nok (Country Son-in-law) on Ch3
Best Movie: Hello, Stranger by GTH.
I have PICTURES!
Our precious Kao is so adorable (just don’t do drugs kid, don’t disappoint us). Ter and Nuna were overly ecstatic to accept their Best Film by popular vote award.
By popular vote: “Ritz” Rueangrit Siriphanit, “Gun” Napat Injaiuea, “Bie” Sukrit Wisetkaew, “Tono” Pakin Kumvilaisak, “Dan” Worawech Danuwong, Om Akapan, 15 year old ‘Kao’ Jirayu La-ongmanee, Nadech “Barry” Kugimiya, “Porsche” Saran Siriluksana, and Mark Prin.
Others who made the top 20, but not the top 10 include: “Chin” Chinnawut Intarakusin, “Tik” Jesadaporn Pholdee, “Toon” Athiwara Khongmalai (Bodyslam’s lead singer), Ken Theeradeth, Mario Maurer, DJ “Beau” Thanakorn Chinakul, Son Songpaisan, Dome Pakorn Lum, “Pae” Arak Amornsuppasiri, and lastly Ananda Everingham.
Sudsapda is a youth targeted magazine, understandable the guys on the cover reflect the desires of their young readers–young, fresh and bright. This issue of Sudsapda is coming out this Thursday, December 16.
Note: this post has been updated with the behind the scene pictures of our 10 most huggable guys of 2010.
A behind the scenes clip of the guys at the photo shoot: