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President Opens Tele-Cinema Village

President Mahinda Rajapaksa opened Sri Lanka’s first ever fully-equipped television and film production studio yesterday at Ranmihitenna in Tissamaharama. The film studio was constructed in three stages and is estimated to have cost two billion rupees, with the first stage of production costing 600 million rupees. Consisting of administrative buildings, studios, libraries, showrooms and 31 sets, the studio, which covers 235 acres of land, provides television and cinema artists across Sri Lanka with the ability to produce films under one roof for a very low cost.

First Lady Shiranthi Rajapaksa and Ministers Chamal Rajapaksa, Lakshman Yapa Abeywardana were also present at this landmark event.

(AP)

11 Comments for “President Opens Tele-Cinema Village”

  1. KABAB

    This will accommodate artists like Jackson Anthony, Anarkali etc. All artists of government supporters only. Waste of money.

    • SRILANKAN

      Exactly like ranil talks! first of all you show your knowledge about this tele-cinema village. it’s Not a housing scheme or something like that to accommodate people! first watch some news, take information and Talk! Not like Cheap UNP politicians.
      We are Very proud of this tele-cinema village! pride to our mother lanka!

      • KABAB

        Sri Lankan. Thanks for your reply. Better to refer the dictionary to get the real meaning for “ACCOMMODATE”. Bye Sri Lankan

    • USA

      another way to make money for rajapakaya foundation

  2. Mahesh

    Does it come with its own propoganda censor board?

  3. Psycho

    For all the productions ,w e must have SF as the permanant vilian/traitor and that old JVP fox as the permanent clown.

  4. Dilshan

    Evil Buddhism from Mongolia is destroying the Indigenous People.

    Buddhist monk threatens Tamil farmers in Trincomalee
    [TamilNet, Thursday, 01 April 2010, 19:19 GMT]

    About one hundred and forty Tamil farmers cultivating paddy in 13th unit of Maha Vi’laangku’lam, now named Mahadiulwewa after the State aided colonization since the country gained independence, were threatened by a Buddhist Monk in the area to leave their paddy lands and go elsewhere. The Buddhist Monk claims that the said paddy lands are parts of an archaeological site where an ancient Buddhist Vihare was located.

    The affected Tamil farmers who are residents of Chaanthipuram, a Tamil settlement in Nochchikku’lam close to Maha Vi’laangku’lam, have lodged a complaint against the Buddhist monk with the Divisional Secretary of Morawewa; its earlier Tamil name was Muthalikku’lam.

    Maha Vi’laangku’lam and Muthalikku’lam were traditional Tamil villages in the north of Trincomalee district along Trincomalee-Anuradhapura highway before the country gained independence from Britain.

  5. Dilshan

    White skin Bergers get jobs as beautiful actors and actresses in the cinema and TV industry.

    Perhaps, Berger Fonseka may get released before his natural or tortcherd death.

  6. N.C.Wijeratne

    Start with a documentary on HELPING HANBANTOTA and a Fiction-WHERE HAVE ALL THE TSUNAMI FUNDS GONE WHEN WILL WE EVER KNOW!

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