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Seethala Gini Kandu
Seethala Gini Kandu (Sinhalese: සීතල ගිනි කඳු) is a 2002 Sri Lankan Sinhala thriller action film directed and produced by Daya Wimalaweera. It stars Jeevan Kumaratunga and Dilani Abeywardena in lead roles along with Kamal Addararachchi, and Dilhani Ekanayake
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Sri Lanka
Coordinates: 7°N 81°E / 7°N 81°E / 7; 81Democratic Socialist Republic
Republic
of Sri Lanka ශ්‍රී ලංකා ප්‍රජාතාන්ත්‍රික සමාජවාදී ජනරජය (Sinhalese) Srī Lankā prajātāntrika samājavādī janarajaya இலங்கை ஜனநாயக சோசலிச குடியரசு (Tamil) Ilaṅkai jaṉanāyaka sōsalisa kuṭiyarasuFlagEmblemAnthem: "Sri
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Sinhalese Language
Sinhalese (/ˌsɪn(h)əˈliːz, ˌsɪŋ(ɡ)ə-/), known natively as Sinhala (Sinhalese: සිංහල; siṁhala [ˈsiŋɦələ]),[3] is the native language of the Sinhalese people, who make up the largest ethnic group in Sri Lanka, numbering about 16 million.[4][5][6] Sinhalese is also spoken as a second language by other ethnic groups in Sri Lanka, totalling about four million.[7] It belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European languages.[5] Sinhalese is written using the Sinhalese script, which is one of the Brahmic scripts, a descendant of the ancient Indian Brahmi script
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Cinema Of Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan cinema encompasses the films made in Sri Lanka. It is a fledgling industry that has struggled to find a footing since its inauguration in 1947 with Kadawunu Poronduwa
Kadawunu Poronduwa
produced by S.M. Nayagam of Chitra Kala Movietone. Sri Lankan films are usually made in the Sinhalese language, as well as in Tamil Language. In the first nine years most films were made in South India
South India
and followed the conventions of Indian cinema. Studio shooting was the norm, with Indian style sets erected in film studios. Even though it is popularly held that Rekava, made in 1956 by pioneer director Lester James Peries, was the first Sinhala film to be shot completely out of studio, it was really the film "Gambada Sundari", starring Kingsley Jayasekera and Sheela Peiris in 1950, which was the first film shot outside studios. It was also the first Sri Lankan film where, like in "Rekawa", the dialog was recorded on the spot
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Denawaka Hamine
Kalasuri Dona Meraya Denawaka (commonly known as Denawaka Hamine) (20 February 1906 – 9 December 2002) was a Sri Lankan actress. "The grand old lady" was known for portraying elderly characters. Denawaka Hamine
Denawaka Hamine
was born 20 February 1906 in Imbulgoda, Gampaha. She was by profession a school teacher until a chance encounter with G. D. L. Perera when she accompanied a young actress to a theatrical audition, led to her winning the role of an elderly mother in Perera's play Kandulu. Due to her masterful performance in the role, Perera brought Hamine into his drama group Kala Pela; she would play in Kala Pela productions like Manamalayo, Sakkarawattang and Sama (as Nonnohamy) and was honored with a merit award at the 1964 Arts Council Drama Festival for her role in Totupola.[1] Hamine's debut film role was in the film adaption of Sama (1965) by Perera reprising the role she had popularized in the play
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Nanda Malini
Nanda Malini
Nanda Malini
(Sinhala:නන්දා මාලනී) (born 23 August 1943) is a Sri Lankan singer. She is one of the best known and most honoured singers of Sri Lanka. Her choice of singing themes are based on real life and social-cultural situations. Her songs intricate notional ideas of relationships, life-circumstances, and emotions that stem out of human realities.[1] She has been credited as starting a new chapter in Sri Lankan classical music.Contents1 Early life 2 Debut 3 Concerts 4 Awards 5 Albums5.1 01. Saadu Naada (Sinhalese: සාදු නාද) 5.2 02. Sari Podiththak (Sinhalese: සාරි පොඩිත්තක්)6 Discography 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksEarly life[edit] Nanda was born to a rural family of nine in Lewanduwa in Aluthgama, Sri Lanka
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Bandu Samarasinghe
Bandusena Samarasinghe, popularly known as Bandu (බන්දු සමරසිංහ) (born 22 November 1955), is an actor in Sri Lankan cinema.[1] He entered the film industry in 1975 with Sadahatama Oba Mage (You are forever Mine).[2] As an actor, singer, director, and producer, Bandu was a popular comedy actor throughout the 1990s-2000s, revolutionizing cinema history with his slapstick comedy roles with the late Freddie Silva and comic duo partner Tennyson Cooray.[3] He starred in Rodaya (1995), Pemmal Mala (1998), Left Right Sir (2004), and Peeter One (2013)
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Jeevan Kumaratunga
Jeewan Kumaranatunga (born 7 November 1958) is a Sri Lankan film actor who later became a politician, a member of the parliament and a government minister. He is a close relative of former President Chandrika Kumaratunga
Chandrika Kumaratunga
and the nephew of actor and politician Vijaya Kumaratunga.Contents1 Family 2 Filmography 3 References 4 External linksFamily[edit] Jeewan is married to his longtime partner Sherin and they have two daughters - Malsha and Maleesha and one son, Harshamana.[1] Kumaranatunga's daughter, Malsha, successfully contested the Colombo district seat on the Western Provincial Council in 2014.[2][3] Filmography[edit] One of Sri Lanka's best commercially successful film artists, Kumaranatunga started his cinema career alongside his uncle, Vijaya. He acted in more than 90 films across many genres over the last two decades.[4]No
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Kamal Addararachchi
Kamal Addararachchi - කමල් අද්දරආරච්චි (born Addararachchige Gunendra Kamal on 5 February 1962[1][2]) is an award-winning Sri Lankan film and teledrama actor, singer and presenter. He made his debut as an actor in Gamini Fonseka's 1981 film Sagarayak Meda, whilst he was a still a student at school. Since the late 1970s, he has appeared in a variety of roles in many films and teledramas. Addararachchi, has acted in over 40 films, 20 teledramas and 6 stage plays,[3] and won the Sarasaviya Best Actor Award for his role of Sobana in Agnidahaya in 2002.[4] He also made a mark as a singer in 1993 with "Unmadawoo," a duet with Damayanthi Jayasooriya, which featured in the film Saptha Kanya. He was also the host of the first three seasons of Sirasa Superstar, a reality show,[5] and first season of Hiru Mega Stars. He also had a great fall at the BMICH while singing “Mal Pibidena Eka Wasantha Samayaka” by H. R
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Dilhani Ekanayake
Dilhani Ashokamala Ekanayake (Sinhalese: දිල්හානි ඒකනායක; born 20 January 1973) is an award-winning Sri Lankan film teledrama actress and a model.[1] As the Sinhala film industry has slumped due to stiff competition from Bollywood and a resurgence of teledramas, Ekanayake is one of the few actors working to keep Sinhala cinema afloat.Contents1 Personal life 2 Television acting 3 Cinema career 4 Awards 5 Filmography 6 References 7 External linksPersonal life[edit] Ekanayake studied at St Clare's girls school, in Colombo. She is married to singer and actor Priyankara Perera son of singer Milton Perera. She has a son, Dilmin Perera.[2] Television acting[edit] Though cited as a cinema actress, she has also starred in several teledramas of which Maya Ranga, Swarna Kingkini and Meeduma stand out. She plays a major role in the Sri Lankan movie star show Ridee Reyak, which is a very popular annual event in Sri Lanka
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Tennyson Cooray
Tennison Cooray ( සිංහල:ටෙනිසන් කුරේ ), is a Sri Lankan film and stage actor,[1][2] screenplay writer, and director. He is one of Sri Lanka's best-known comedians,[3] along with Freddie Silva
Freddie Silva
and Bandu Samarasinghe.[4][5]Contents1 Career 2 Early life 3 Filmography 4 References 5 External linksCareer[edit] He is known for the many stage dramas he has performed in throughout the country such as I'am Sri Lanka.[6] He has also appeared in comedy films with Samarasinghe on numerous occasions, including Ræ Daniyel Dawal Migel 1 2,3, Pissu Puso, Kolompoor, Parliament jokes, and Somy boys. His first film as a director was Thank you Berty, which was released on 25 November 2011.[7][8] Early life[edit] He studied at Methodist High School, Moratuwa. Filmography[edit] Cooray debuted in Sinhla cinema in Peralikarayo. He wrote the story and screenplay, as well as and acting in the film.
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Channa Perera
Channa Perera is an award winning Sri Lankan film actor and director.[2] Perera was educated at the Royal College Colombo. Channa is married a Sri Lankan actress Gayathri Dias, and they have two daughter - Malsha Perera and Duwasha Perera. He is one of Sri Lanka's most popular film directors who introduced Pooja Umashankar
Pooja Umashankar
to Sri Lankan film industry through 2006 blockbuster Anjalika.Contents1 Filmography 2 Awards and Honours[3] 3 Television series directed 4 References 5 External linksFilmography[edit] The Film No
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Seethala Gini Kandu
Seethala Gini Kandu (Sinhalese: සීතල ගිනි කඳු) is a 2002 Sri Lankan Sinhala thriller action film directed and produced by Daya Wimalaweera. It stars Jeevan Kumaratunga and Dilani Abeywardena in lead roles along with Kamal Addararachchi, and Dilhani Ekanayake
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