Maja Salvador, the beautiful “amazona”

Maja Salvador, who plays the role of Krista Gumamela, an amazona, and the love interest of Alexander Del Tierro portrayed by hunk actor Coco Martin in the action-drama series “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin,” is one of the hottest Kapamilya actresses of her generation.

Just months after she entered show business, Maja received multiple offers to be in various films and television shows. Her biggest role was in the 2006 Philippine blockbuster “Sukob” along with Kris Aquino and Claudine Barretto. She is dubbed as the “Horror Princess of Philippines Television.”

But Maja is a versatile young actress; she also does comedy. Maja starred in “Father Jejemon,” as “Isabela” and presently with “Banana Split” a comedic series aired weekday mornings on ABS-CBN.

She wast cast in “May Bukas Pa,” a primetime drama series on ABS-CBN with Zaijan Jaranilla, Rayver Cruz, Albert Martinez, Dina Bonnevie and many more. She portrayed the role of lead actress in Nagsimula Sa Puso, a remake of the 1990s film that previously starred Hilda Koronel in the title role.

Currently, she is one of the lead stars in the popular primetime television series on the Kapamilya network, “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin.”

It is “a story of two opposing worlds; two opposing families, bounded by lies, betrayals and shocking secrets. Alexander Del Tierro (Coco Martin) was born into a family with a strong military background, while Javier (Coco Martin) was raised in the mountain based community of the rebels. Soon after graduation from the military academy, and bent on proving himself to his stern grandfather, Alexander accepts deployment in the territory of the rebels.

In one battle, Alexander and Javier come face to face in a life changing encounter. Are they long lost brothers or are they twins? Alexander and Javier enter into a pact, they decide to keep their meeting a secret and they soon embark on an investigation tracing their roots in pursuit of the truth of their real identities. They even switch places to get to know each other’s personal lives with the families they grew up in. But as they push much deeper into unfamiliar territory, the line between family and duty begins to blur.

The truth that they wanted to realize becomes their worst nightmare, as it threatens to ruin everyone and everything that is important in their lives. Eventually, Alexander and Javier and their families will find themselves at the crossfire. Left with difficult choices, fulfillment of duty to the country or protection of ones family.”