Porshe Saran ignores criticism of his lakorns flopping
“Porshe Saran” wails about how difficult it is to play in a musical lakorn. He’s not serious about people viewing him as a leading actor whose lakorn flop, maintaining that he gives it his all. He brushes aside suggestion that he’s a pusher for newbie leading actresses. He refutes going to a pub in the Thong Lor district, but admits going out to party with friends from Channel 7.
It’s ok. It’s not just singing though, there’s also action too. It’s difficult. The songs we’ll be singing will be luktung (country) songs. I’m pairing up with Sammy for the first time. She’s good with action.
No matter how famous Porshe becomes, when it comes to his lakorns people consider it a flop, this is what Porshe has to say…
Honestly, I’m not serious whether it’s a flop or not a flop. There are still people watching it. I’m absolutely not serious at all about this. I’m not going to insult the viewers. I always give it my all in my performance. I’m not discouraged. It’s only normal that when we have our ups, we must also have our downs. Whatever the case, I give it my all.
Most people have already given Porshe the title of being “pusher pra’ek” because he’s always getting paired up with newbie na’eks. This is what he had to say to this…
Majority of the time I star alongside the new leading actresses. Suitable or unsuitable that’s up to the elders to decide on the appropriateness. I want everyone to open their heart to lakorns. It’s not necessary to look handsome or beautiful, but it has to suit the characters.
Although Porshe claimed in an interview he’s never gone out Thong Lor district, people are still suspicious how he will clarify this
I’ve never been to Thong Lor district, but I’ve been in the Ramindra neighbourhood because I moved to that area, so I’m around that area. If people see me they can greet me. It was just friends from Channel 7 gang; we go to that area together.
Source: Sanook/InnNews | December 20, 2013