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Punchi Suranganavi
Punchi Suranganavi (Little Angel) (Sinhalese: පුංචි සුරංගනාවී) is a 2002 Sri Lankan Sinhala children's film directed by Somaratne Dissanayake and produced by Renuka Balasooriya.[1] It stars two child artistes Tharaka Hettiarachchi and Nithyavani Kandasami in lead roles along with Sriyantha Mendis and Dilani Abeywardana. Music composed by Rohana Weerasinghe.[2][3][4] The film has received positive reviews[5] and adjudged many awards as well.[6] It is the 984th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema.[7]Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Soundtrack 4 Awards4.1 Dhaka International Film Festival 4.2 Kerala International Film Festival5 ReferencesPlot[edit] The film revolves around a little mentally retarded boy Sampath and a Tamil girl Sathya, who started to make a bond and this effect little Sampath to improve his vocal and other abilities through little girl's kindness
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Rohana Weerasinghe
Rohana Weerasinghe
Rohana Weerasinghe
is an award winning Sri Lankan musician, composer and singer.[1]Contents1 Early life 2 Music 3 Notable performances 4 Awards 5 Publications 6 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Weerasinghe was born on 18 February 1949 in Algiriya, Matara in southern Sri Lanka. He was the youngest child to his parents Henry Weerasinghe and Sepalin Weerasinghe. In 1954, Weerasinghe started schooling from Good Shepard Family Convent in Nuwara Eliya, and later moved to Vidyachakra Buddhist School Ruwan Eliya, Welimada Maha Vidyalaya, Pannipitya Dharmapala Vidyalaya[2] and Gamini Maha Vidyalaya Nuwara Eliya. In 1977, Weerasinghe married to Leela Beatrice De Silva, a Dancing teacher in profession. They had two sons, Kalindu Gajaba and Chirath Kanishka.[3] Music[edit] Weerasinghe learnt the basics of music from K.V.S Perera Kithsiri Aluthge
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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 Lanka
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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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Henry Jayasena
Kala Keerthi[2] Dr[3][4][5] Henry Jayasena
Henry Jayasena
(Sinhala: හෙන්රි ජයසේන) (6 July 1931 – 11 November 2009) born in Bendiyamulla, Gampaha
Gampaha
was a Sri Lankan film actor and dramatist.[6]Contents1 Early life 2 Works 3 References 4 External linksEarly life[edit] Jayasena studied at the Gampaha
Gampaha
branch of Lorenz College and at Nalanda College Colombo. Some of Henry's notable classmates at Nalanda College were Dr Dharmasena Attygalle, Karunaratne Abeysekera, Dr Harischandra Wijayatunga, Dr Hudson Silva, Hon. Rupa Karunathilake, Stanley Jayasinghe and Ravindra Rupasena.[7][8] He began his career as an Assistant Teacher of English at the Dehipe Primary School in Padiyapellela in the Nuwara Eliya district
Nuwara Eliya district
in 1950 where he directed his first play, Janaki
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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 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Sriyantha Mendis
Sriyantha Mendis (Sinhalese: ශ්‍රියන්ත මෙන්ඩිස්) is an award-winning Sri Lankan film and teledrama actor.[1] He made his debut as an actor in 1979 by portraying a role in a comedy stage drama called Ane Abilic[2] After appearing in his first teledrama Palingu Menike, Sriyantha entered to the silver screen in 1987, through H. D. Premaratne's movie Mangala thegga
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Malini Fonseka
Wanniarachchige Malani Senehelatha Fonseka, popularly as Malani Fonseka (Sinhala:මාලිනී ෆොන්සේකා) (born 30 April 1947 in Kelaniya) is an award-winning Sri Lankan film actress, also known as the "Queen of Sinhalese cinema".[1] Her cinema career which has spanned many decades began with Tissa Liyansooriya's Punchi Baba in 1968
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Somaratne Dissanayake
Film director Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation ChairmanYears active 1997–PresentWebsite www.somadissa.comKalasuri Somaratne Dissanayake is a Sri Lankan film director, screen writer and a producer.[1] He is the president of the Film Makers Guild of Sri Lanka (FMG).[citation needed] He still holds the record of the most popular film (Suriya Arana) in the history of Sri Lankan cinema.[citation needed] He won the Peace prize of Chicago International Children's Film Festival and bronze award for Independent Theatrical Feature Films at Worldfest Houstan for his debut film, Saroja (2000).[2] In 2007, He received Presidential award for directing Samanala Thatu (2006).[3] He is also the recipient of the “Peoples Award” as the People’s artist of the country for last five consecutive years.[citation needed]Contents1 Biography 2 Trivia 3 Awards and nominations3.1 Chicago International Children's Film Festival 3.2 Dhaka International Film Festi
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Punchi Suranganavi
Punchi Suranganavi (Little Angel) (Sinhalese: පුංචි සුරංගනාවී) is a 2002 Sri Lankan Sinhala children's film directed by Somaratne Dissanayake and produced by Renuka Balasooriya.[1] It stars two child artistes Tharaka Hettiarachchi and Nithyavani Kandasami in lead roles along with Sriyantha Mendis and Dilani Abeywardana. Music composed by Rohana Weerasinghe.[2][3][4] The film has received positive reviews[5] and adjudged many awards as well.[6] It is the 984th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema.[7]Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Soundtrack 4 Awards4.1 Dhaka International Film Festival 4.2 Kerala International Film Festival5 ReferencesPlot[edit] The film revolves around a little mentally retarded boy Sampath and a Tamil girl Sathya, who started to make a bond and this effect little Sampath to improve his vocal and other abilities through little girl's kindness
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