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Sujatha Attanayake was born on 12th May 1942. in Kalaniya, Sri Lanka. Sujatha is the 3rd in a family of five. Sujatha's father was a police officer known as M.D.Perera, Mother was A Tower Hall actress known as Vimalakanta.
In 1947 sujatha attended Kalaniya Vedamulla collage. At school concerts Sujatha and her younger sister Ranjani Perera would sing and dance. 10th of October 1950 she sang the song " Mal se Dileva" at the sinhala radio station writen by Sisira Kumara Manikkaarachchi.
Sujatha Attanayake was born in 12th of May 1942 she was the 3rd in a family of five. Sujatha's younger sister is Ranjani perera. Dharmasiri Perera is her elder brother next is sujatha flori devi is a Tower Hall actress she is the elderst in the family and finally is sujatha's youngest brother Susil perera.
Tower Hall Noorthi Gee is an old Book with Noorthi gee by Sujatha Attanayakes mother Vimala Kantha.
Some of her popular tracks are listed below for the referral.
Aaye kawuda - click here
Aaganthuka Kurulla - click here
Api Athata Piyamanna - click here
Eka Aththe Pipi - click here
Gee Sindu Gee Sindu - click here
Guwan Thotille - click here
Hada Vila Iwure - click here
Herde Rasa Maalige - click here
Hithanna Bari Hithe - click here
Jeewana Vila Mada - click here
Loke Tharanga Wadi Minisa - click here
Maa Unmada Chithra - click here
Mahada Mandire - click here
Malak Unoth Mala Pipenna - click here
Maaligawe Maa Rajinee - click here
Mama Deviduni - click here
Me Rae Madiyam Yame - click here
Meedum Walawan - click here
Nandage Thurulle - click here
Neth Wasa Sawanin Asa - click here
Ko Maname Kiya - click here
Oba Enna Maa Soya - click here
Obage Hada Maagemai - click here
Onchilla Thotili - click here
Paavi Giyaa Maa - click here
Pem Mal Kekula Wata - click here
Punchi Dawas Wala - click here
Puthune Me Ahaganna - click here
Rau Naguna - click here
Raawana Raju Maaruwa Dakala - click here
Saagara Rajinata - click here
Sandae Gan Iwure - click here
Seedewi Geta Awe - click here
Seegiriye Ran Rupa Naari - click here
Seethala Rate - click here
Sathapenna Kala Vinda Nidi Suwe - click here
Sonduru Pemaka - click here
Adikarai Mudiyanselage Pubudu Athula Adikari was born in 1966 to a musical family.
Athula Adikari, who was famous as a talented pianist in his schooldays, joined the popular band ‘Sunflowers’ as a keyboard player when he was just 15 years of age.
Athula’s debut song collection was released in 1988. Half of the songs in this collection were hits.
He was also involved in providing music for the popular programme ‘Derana Dream Star’.
Athula, who met Samitha at the Janakala Centre in 1988, married her after lengthy love affair.
They have two children.
However, due to several reasons, their marriage was on the rocks before shattering completely a few years ago, reports say.
Details of Samitha’s infamous involvement with a current minister were out in the open after she and the minister met with an accident while travelling together.
Athula now has maried a famous model Amaya and lives a happy life with a blessing of a baby for them.
Some of his nice songs are listed below to refer.
Alen Wela Ganna (with Samitha) - click here or here
Email Kawikariye - click here
Guru Para Digata Tharu Hinahena Raye - click here
Hada Handala - click here or here
Imitation Mala Pote Pata Gawunama Gele - click here
Maa Dhase Adare Hangum - click here
Madura Wasanthe - click here
Malbara Himidiriye (with Samitha) - click here
Monawada Keewe Mata Oya - click here
Muthu Latha Sinaha Pokuru Paa - click here
Nalawena Sulagak Sansun Sithakata (with Samitha) - click here
Numba Awith Yanna (with Samitha) - click here
Numba Awith Yanna (Anuththara Theme Song 2) (with Samitha) - click here
Ma Dhase Adare Hangum / Paradeese Maa Dama - click here
Payala Tharu Nil Akasa Pura - click here
Ran Palase Wathiri Oba Hamuwu Da - click here
Ron Podak Wennam - click here or here
Sanda Ebennepa Tharu Siduru Wasa - click here
Sanda Pahanak Se Awidin - click here or here
Sanasen Nalawenna Sudo - click here or here
Sanda Oba Mage Duka Wimasana - click here
Sanda Tharu Mal Mata Dan Dun (with Samitha) - click here
Sanda Warunawata Tharu Keta Aakase (with Keerthi) - click here
Sithata Gathata Danena Lesata (with Samitha) - click here
Sondhin Nelum Mala Geniyana / Athinniye - click here
Tharahen Ahaka Bala - click here
Tharuka Pelin Eha (with Samitha) - click here or here
Visirunu Mal Pethi Dhothata Gath Kumari - click here
Wedikawa / Me Wedikawa Jeewithe Ape - click here or here
After about 40 years of state service, Somathilaka Jayamaha is now retired and living peacefully by giving more time to music.
As most of our artist sell their talent for money, Sri Lanka is lucky to have a fine gentleman artist like him.
Veteran singer Somathilaka Jayamaha who had been playing a silent but powerful role for more than four decades has released his album "Oba Malak Wela" as his most recent.
He has also performed together with other artists like Amarasiri Peiris, Nirosha Viragini in his shows like "Siyapath Wila".
Also he has performed in many shows together with well talented Sri Lankan slow music artists like Sunil Edirisinghe, Sanath Nandasiri, Bandara Athauda, Karunaratne Diwulgane, Deepika Priyadarshani Peiris and Amarasiri Peiris.
Adaraye Unusuma Langa - click here
Aga Hinga Iniweta Dhalulaa - click here
Ala Dola Surathal Balanna - click here
Api Ayeth Hamu Nowuna Nam - click here or here
Boho Dukin Boho Lesin Adara Gee - click here
Budhu Piyanane - click here or here
Dhasa Bimbara Mara Senga - click here or here
Dhama Yannata Noheki Mihi Matha - click here
Dhenuwara Min Pasu Eka Nuwarak Wemi - click here or here or here
Hamadamath Yaluwe - click here
Hamuwunaa Oba Wan Kenek - click here
Indunil Mini Bopath Salena - click here
Jeewitha Pawasata Diya Dhoraki Oba - click here
Kusum Pipi Thuru Mathe - click here or here
Maha Warusawata - click here or here
Manamala Giraw - click here
Muthu Kuda Ihalana Mal Warusawe - click here
Nawadeli Henaka - click here or here or here
Nuga Sewanak See Numbata - click here or here or here
Oba Malak Wela Wana Arane Pipewee - click here or here or here or here
Piyaman Keruwemu / Pem Bas Deduwemu - click here or here
Podi Duwage Sina Walai - click here or here
Sadae Andura Lowa Galana Welawe - click here or here
Sunilwan Nuwan - click here or here
Wathsunu Suwandin Suwanda Kereya - click here
Yalu Bala Sande Kandu Mudune - click here or here
Shihan Mihiranga (born 18 March 1985), is a Sri Lankan singer, composer and songwriter. He finished in fifth place on the first season of Sirasa Superstar, an idol program in Sri Lanka on the lines of American Idol.
He released his first album 'Dreams of Shihan' in 2006. Then in 2008 he released his second album, Dreamz 2 - My Life. Despite being the 5th position in Sirasa Super Star, season 1, Shihan was highly impressed and is popular than all other young singers ever in Super Star arena.
In Sirasa Superstar season 4 which was renamed as 'Generation 4', Shihan compered the program along with Nirosha Perera-Yawwane Sihina Yata Daelwune.
Also, he was featured on and vocalized the theme song of Sirasa Superstar, Generation 4. His album, Dreams of Shihan, won the Most Popular Album award in 2006. He currently acts as the Brand Ambassador for Mobitel Smart 5, and Tiara Rollo cake.
Early life and background
Shihan was born on 18 March 1985 to Tyronne Bennet and Nilu Mallika. His Father, Tyronne Bennet is a Music Engineer. He has a sister,Shanika Mihiravi.He studied at De Mazenod College, Kandana.
Shihan Mihiranga married Gishni Clementa Silva in January 25 2012. Their love story had reportedly started 9 years ago and it was a secret to media till now.
The wedding held at St. Mary’s church in Nayakakanda, Hendala . Reports say that the lovebirds were intent on keeping the event low scale and away from the attention of the media. Clementa is the daughter of Upali Silva, who is a PTI of Shihan’s school.
Ada Thaniyen Maa - click here or here or here
Asa Gatena Dasa Dahasak Nethu Matha - click here or here
As Dekak Hinahila / Wahinne Wassaane - click here
Hitha Adare Soya (Nadini Premadasa ft.) / Mona Tharan Adare Kalath - click here
Hitha Handa Welawe / Punchi Kumariye - click here or here or here
Mata Nelaganna Bari / Oba Ruwa Dutu Wita - click here
Mage Hithata Eya Danuna - click here
Nethu Kadahalena Tharuwak Waage / Manaliyak Wee Ae - click here or here
Oba Dutuwa E Dine Sitha Mata Keewa - click here
Perada Mawu Sina Sangawee Kohe Giya - click here
Pini Bindu Sihine Nethu Kan Matha - click here
Pini Poda Watena Arunelle / Mata Denawada Numbe Hitha - click here
Ron Suwanda Dena (Uresha Ravihari ft.) - click here
Seethala Sulanga Hamai (Bili Fernando ft.) / Samidun - click here
Sewwandiye / E Sonduru Samanal Wiye - click here
Sina Mal Kekulu Pubuda Ae Kiwa Mata Horen - click here
Sithin Pathanna Maa Langin Hindinna Maa / Clementina - click here or here
Sudo Sudu Adare Mage - click here
Sudu Rosa Mal Watila Thibuna - click here or here
Sulangak Wela Oba Soya Enna One - click here or here
Obe Senehe Dawatemin / Unusuma Amma - click here or here
Shelton Muthumanage is a talented singer in Sri Lanka but not largely popular. His nice contributions include Passion Play.
During the year 2012 for the first time in the history, 18 leading cinema and TV stars in Srilanka participated in 'Sri Kurusalokaya" / Thambakande Paskuwa 2012 ' Passion Play which was produced by Negombo Nobleman Prem fernando and cordinated by veteran srilankan film star Cletus Mendis from Negombo.
Maureen Charuni veteran silver screen actress played the role of Maria while Roy de Silva, Sumana Amarasinghe, Cletus Mendis, Richard Weerakkody, kanchana mendis, Tennyson Cooray, Mahesh Jayasinghe, Neeta fernando, Sunil Costa, Sunil Liyanarachchi, Rohitha perera, Ghananga Gunawardena, Boniface Fernando, Eardly Wedamuni, Shelton Muthunamage, Rohana Samansiri all of whom are veterans in the silver screen also participated.
Some of his very popular songs of his few fans are listed below.
Awanhalaka Ipadee Maa - click here or here or here
Deega Noyan Raththarane - click here
Mage Sitha Sihina Wiman Athare - click here
Mangalye Suba Mohothe - click here
Me Dew Madure Pudasuna Abiyasa Hinda - click here
Waru Nagen Sitha - click here
Professor Sanath Nandasiri (born February 15, 1942 in Gothatuwa, Sri Lanka) is a critically acclaimed Sri Lankan classical musician.
Sanath Nandasiri has received several awards for his compositions; he composed the music to Sandamalige Kathawa, the first TV serial on Rupavahini.
Early life and education
He was born to businessman and building contractor, H.M. William Perera and Dona Amalin Katugampola. He attended two schools concurrently as an adolescent (Gothatuwa Maha Vidyalaya and St. Matthew’s College, Dematagoda, where he studied English).
He first appeared on Sinhala Radio at the age of 13 in 1955. He began studying the tabla instrument under D.R. Peiris soon after. In 1960 Nandasiri travelled to India to continue his studies at Bhatkhande Music Institute. His teachers at the academy included Ustad Ahmed Jan Thirakwa, G.N. Nattu, Ustad Mokshut Ali, Pandit Hari Shankar Misra and Ustad Rahimmuddeen Khan Daga. While in India, composed several songs that appeared on Lucknow radio. He returned to Sri Lanka in 1974 and joined the staff of University of Kelaniya as a lecturer. He served as the head of music at the university from 1988–1992.
Sanath Nandasiri took the Part I examination in vocal music and obtained first class at the "Nipun" examination in 1992 becoming the first Sri Lankan to achieve this task. He serves as Dean of the Music Faculty at the University of the Visual Arts and Performing Arts.
Sanath Nandasiri married singer Malkanthi Peiris in 1971. They collaborated on songs before and after their marriage. Nandasiri's daughter Anuradha was born February 14, 1974.
Anuradha, also a musician, is currently back in Sri Lanka with her husband Nirosha Bandara.
Mage Ratata Dalada Himi Sewanai - click here or here
Adara Samarum - click here
Adare Nae Adare - click here
Bambaru Nodutu Malak - click here
Bomaluwe Mal - click here or here or here
Buduhamuduruwo Wadiya Wage - click here
Dangakara Oya Desa - click here or here
Dedunnen Ena - click here or here
Duleeka / Seetha Rae Yame - click here or here
Duu Anuradha - click here
Eda Meda Thura - click here or here or here
Eka Yayata Mal Peedunu - click here or here
Etha Epita - click here or here
Ewulunu Gini Dal - click here
Game Kopi Kade - click here or here
Hichchi Nage - click here
Kawrudo Ara Kawuluwen - click here
Koho Koho - click here
Lassana Nam - click here
Maa Hada Asapuwa - click here
Mahada Pemwile - click here
Mahada Veena - click here
Mamanam Asai - click here or here
Me Prathama Wasanthayai - click here
Mihirawee - click here or here
Mulu Lowa Magen Asaawi - click here or here
Numbe Suwanda Pirunu Punchi Kamare - click here
Obe Asuren - click here
Pemathura Hangum - click here
Pembara Dewi - click here
Samu Gannado - click here
Sandalu Thale Hinda Peramaga Balana - click here
Sandae Kaluwara - click here
Sina Nagannee - click here
Sitha Gawa Sirakariyai - click here
Sowin Piri Mage Hadawatha - click here
Vikasitha Watha Kamale - click here
Waradak Kalath - click here or here
Wasana Wewa - click here
Yashodara - click here or here
Surendra Perera is a young talent found in Sirasa Super Star season 2 in 2007. He became runners up in the season and went onto become a successful singer among young Sri Lankan fans.
Early Life and Education
Mihidukulasuriya Porestus Ramal Surendra Perera was born in September 30, 1978. He studied at St.Anthonies College, Wattala. He has two married sisters in his family.
His favorite singers are H.R. Jothipala and Rukantha Gunathilake. His most popular album is "Wahi Pabalu" in 2008.
Awichara Unmada - click here or here
Dethol Theli Thudin - click here or here
Diya Kinduriya Se Sagare ( Surendra ) - click here or here
Ganga Addara Maa Sihil Senehe Sanahi ( New ) - click here or here
Gangawai Mahamuhudai (with Flashback - not in good quality) - click here
Hada Wiman Dorin - click here
Kindura Mamai Obe - click here or here
Lan Lanwa Sitiyata - click here or here
Mage Manamala Sukumala Supemwathi - click here or here
Ma Hada Bingu Piyamba - click here or here
Mana Ranjanaa - click here or here
Mihidum Wasanthe - click here or here
Pama Nowee Samawa Dee - click here or here
Payanna Sanda Meedume Ai Inne Sangawee Sande - click here or here or here
Supem Tharaga Pokune - click here or here
Wehi Pabalu Sali Ingi Karana Hati - click here or here
Surendra Perera Musical (song collection) - click here