Not everything was rosy between Erika Buenfil and Eduardo Yáñez during the recordings of the successful Televisa soap opera Amores verdaderos (2012).
7 years after its premiere, the Mexican actress revealed in a recent interview for the TLnovelas channel that she had her differences with the Mexican actor on the set of work.
"Everyone knows that Eduardo has a strong temperament, but so do I," acknowledged the 55-year-old interpreter, who has a YouTube channel, Seasoning with Buenfil, about cooking that already has more than 120,000 subscribers.
Contrary to other actresses, Erika assured that she was not intimidated at any time by the strong character of the actor and from the first moment she made things very clear to him.
“It was very difficult for me to win the soap opera and it was a casting process and when I finally got to do a casting with him and I said 'I came for the project, if they tell me I have to kiss you, I'm going to kiss you And if they tell me that I have to hit you, I'm going to hit you ', he realized that I was not afraid of him,”said the unforgettable protagonist of Marisol.
"I told me what matters to me is the public, if you get angry or not angry, I don't care, I want this soap opera," added the Mexican star.
Accustomed to sharing a recording forum with other types of actresses, Buenfil recognized that Yáñez had no choice but to adapt to his work dynamics.
"I am very quick to change, so I went to change and returned to the forum and he would go out for air or a drink, coffee whatever and then they would go and say 'Mrs. Erika is in the forum '. Then came 'are you in a hurry?'. 'No, we came to work,' he would say. Then he ran into a very professional and very soldierly woman and began to decide, sometimes he almost put a dressing room on the forum or he would meet on camera so as not to wait. He begins to realize the dynamics that I brought from work and delivery and said 'I'm going to enter the game',”he said.
The actress, who has nearly 800,000 followers on Instagram, did not deny that there were discussions between the two on the set of filming.
"We did say our things to each other, but when he realized that I said to him 'I am not afraid of you, send me everywhere if you want but I will return and I will go to work […]", he assured.
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