Iliana Calabro’s painful claim to her sister Marina
Due to its format that has become classic, a mix of the craziest anecdotes with the deepest emotional connections, PH Podemos Habla usually brings surprises. The cycle that Andy Kusnetzoff leads on the Telefe screen articulates his dynamics around the guests and their different life stories, and sometimes triggers moving revelations.
This occurred on Saturday’s broadcast and had Iliana Calabró as the main protagonist. The actress visited the studio with the dancer Flor Vigna, the theater producer Flavio Mendoza, the model and host Hernán Drago and the musician Mateo Sujatovich. In the meeting point segment, the driver invited those who “have a wound that they are taking to therapy” to come forward. And in her turn, the Perdidamente actress took a deep breath, gathered courage and gave her testimony that directly involves one of the most beloved families in the show.
“I’m going to make this public because I don’t know how anymore… I love my sister deeply, I need more of her presence and I feel like she’s been avoiding my family since dad left,” she said in one breath and visibly moved. . “She is very involved (in work), and I am very happy for this strong professional moment that she has, and I feel that she has to become aware that there is a family that needs her in her presence. And beyond the fact that I always try to put my body to a lot of things, at this point in life one needs to be accompanied by the same.”
Iliana and Marina Calabro with their mother Coca
Iliana and Marina are daughters of the remembered Juan Carlos, who died in 2013, and Coca, his historical partner. “I have made a lot of effort to bring her closer and it costs a lot, and since I know that the program is going to see it, I make it public because I no longer know how to get her closer to the family, which is the most valuable thing she has” , he insisted.
Next, the winner of Singing for a Dream once again referred to the distance with the political scientist. “She can be successful, professional, responsible. I find out things from colleagues, I no longer know how to deal with it and it hurts me a lot, but we really want him to give more time to his family.” In the same sense, she assured that “this is life and the other is temporary, and thank God that she is doing well like this, because if not, she would feel very frustrated.”
“Did you call Marina and tell her this?” the driver wanted to know. “I invite her to dinner, and it takes a week for me to respond to her message because she didn’t open it, and she might have opened the ones that have to do with work,” Iliana responded. “Once, during a pandemic, my mother had fallen, I left her a message and two days later she answered me and my mother didn’t find out,” added the actress.
“I remember you two being very close. “What is the reason?” Kusnetzoff asked. “I love her and I know that she loves me and she loves us,” said the guest. “It seems to me that she is a workaholic. It is like a family mandate: commitment, obligation, dedication. But we can have all that without leaving aside what is valuable, which is the affections.”
Next, Iliana revealed that she discussed this topic off-camera with the Lanata journalist without a filter. “My sister cries when I tell her, but I don’t see the change. “I am sure he will see this,” she said. At this point, the driver highlighted the importance of getting together to have a coffee and talk about the topic. “We try, but that change doesn’t last long.” And there Sujatovich arrived with a phrase to decompress. “Tell him that you are going to offer him a job,” said the young musician, causing Calabró to smile for the first time: “When I write to him about work, he answers right away,” he concluded.