Mook Liam Petch (Pearl-Sided Diamond) is a romantic action and like many recent lakorns is based on a novel and its title is quite the pun being that the pra-nangs are named Petch (Diamond) and Mook (Pearl). The promos, especially the magazine covers and promos shoots and cast interviews, are making this out to be hardcore action lakorn, but I’m a bit weary because it seemed a bit too much. But perhaps I am wrong.
Many netizens drew parallels to Bee and Namfon lakorn’s Ploy Lom Petch. I have to say I remember enjoying PLP very much and it is actually quite a favorite, so I weary again to compare this to PLP. Nothing beat the old days. What I’m most concerned about is Susie. I’ve never watched her and apparently many netizens are dissing her acting. Along with Mue Prab Por Look Om with Num Sornram which will air this January, these will most likey be Vickys’ lasts single lakorns before her marriage to fiancé Chai Chatayodom in May.
Petch (Rome Patchata) is a perfect, confident, and flirtatious rising businessman owner of Star Diamond the largest diamond Company. Mookda (Susie Susira) is an international police woman with special training in Aikido who disguises herself as a nonsensical, troublemaker secretary to investigate the stolen diamond Adorella. As crazy as Mook is, Petch cannot help falling on love with her.
Kompit (Tah Warit) is a partner at Star Diamond and once Adorella is missing, he goes out to find it too. Nookja (Vicky Sunisa) is a rising and diligent just-graduated news reporter and the daughter of big newswire who is eager to break her big story to prove that her work is independent of her status. With Nookja hounding Kompit, they are thrown together. Kompit likes to pick fights with Nookja and she does like to lose either, so they have a bickering relationship. Kompit is stubborn-mouthed when it comes to love, so he hides his feeling from Nookja.
Janejot (Jason Young) is the rai close friend of Petch. On the outside, he is innocent and nice, but as the shadow of Petch, he has his dark side. He will be the character of interest with his outward displayed actions and his inner intentions being opposite. He likes Mookda too, so the conflict rises here.
We get to see Rome with a gun for the first time, and even Rome agrees that it is fun on this first action role with escaping bombs and fight and gun training. The fight scenes were very involved and special effects will be plenty. There’ll be a variation of scenes with action, comedy, and romance that will keep out our interest with quite an investment with a helicopter and race track.
Susie expresses that she also had physical training plus the mental preparation for her role because her different characters, the proper Mook and the crazy Mook, are very different. She had to separate the character while being able to swap between them. For Mookda, Susie had to learn Aikido, gun aiming, and the tango. In August, Susie sprained her neck and legs on set doing an action scene and needed a cast for her neck and had to take a one week leave. Talk about intense! Susie was ecstatic to learn the tango because she is a dancer. Susie also compliments that Rome has a good humor and is a good dancer. Rome on the other had says it is tough with the quick footwork.
Tah has his own share of action with Aikido and tango and physical training. He is excited to work with Vicky for the first time. He admits that he is a meanie to Vicky, picking fights.
I’m definitely intrigued by these action-packed photos and clips, but the romane is definitely more juicier!
Hottest and Funnnneeee!!!
Not surprising, I’m doing a whole segment on bromance.
Pool party, Speedos, and F4!!!:
Peeing together, Hanging in the Tuxs and Thumps up!