Paul Salas is Ella Cruz' Leading Man in 'Aryana'

 
Teen actor Paul Salas will be Ella Cruz' leading man in the upcoming ABS-CBN series Aryana. Ella Cruz will star as a teen mermaid in this newest fantaserye of the Kapamilya network.
Ella Cruz and Paul Salas had their ABS-CBN contract signing on the same date and these two teen stars are destined to be paired from that day on.

Ella Cruz will be playing her first lead role after a well-praised performance as the teen Jasmin Valderama in Dahil Sa Pag-ibig. Meanwhile, Paul Salas had a starring role in Oka2kat which will have its last 3 weeks. He also appears as a guest on the hit Kapamilya situation comedy Toda Max as Pokwang's (Lady G) nephew.
With Ella and Paul as newest TV team up, what will happen now to the hype of the Francella team up from Dahil Sa Pag-ibig? Could Francis Magundayao be given another love team or will he be a surprise addition to the cast of Aryana?
Aryana is the tale of a typical teen-age girl if not for her magical fish tail that is triggered to existence when her legs come into contact with water. Also starring Pokwang, Tonton Gutierrez, Desiree del Valle, Laurice Guillen, Tetchie Agbayani, Rustica Carpio, and Lotlot de Leon, and direction from Erick Salud and Lino Cayetano, Aryana is set to premiere this summer on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida.
 
 
 
 
 
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