By Sinetron, Estelle Linden Real home schooling
Spoiler bonus :) :
School is important, soap operas are also no less important. If you can
both can be over-line. A heavy work, but that's
Estelle Linden being pursued.
"Schools are very important, but a career in soap operas are also important
for the future me, "said one supporter of the soap opera" Where
Melani? "(SCTV), this recently.
During filming in Jakarta, Estelle Linden left Bali, where
residence. In the Capital, Class 3 high school student is forced to undergo
'Home schooling'. She brought all the books at school in residence
"When filming, I do not ever forget to bring a book. Pas break, always
read. So there is almost never a wasted time waiting
alone, "she said.
Serve as a main character in a soap opera for Estelle clear
an award. The central figure is certainly a dream of all
artists, especially emerging artists like himself. So, he should
could prove cost figures portray it in the best Melani
In the soap opera, Melanie told the girl child 16 years
Chandra Wirayudha conglomerate who was kidnapped when he was a party at
a club. The loss of Melani make Arini, wife Chandra shaken.
"The story is predictable, but, what about the ending of the story
is certainly difficult to guess, "said Estelle Linden.
For Estelle Linden, it is a soap opera series with filming stripping
third. Previously he had supported "She's not Cinderella," and
"She's Not Love".
From soap opera, mulatto girl Dutch father and mother are in demand Yogya
become a model advertising a number of prestigious products. All honorariums
received saved by his mother for continuing schools abroad
"After graduating from high school, I wanted to study in Australia or America,"
Estelle Linden said.
Although during the time he mastered the Dutch language and French, he did not
interested in studying in the country. "I went to that country
the introduction of English language, "she explained.
Studied languages, including Indonesian is one
favorite. Currently, for example, he confessed Indonesian dialect
still far from perfect.
"I was still difficult for Indonesian dialect right. But,
I kept trying to let the better, "she said