Kolomba Sanniya

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Kolomba Sanniya
KolombaSanniya1.jpg
Directed by Manik Sandrasagara
Produced by Tyronne Fernando
Starring Geetha Kumarasinghe
Joe Abeywickrema
Denawaka Hamine
Freddy Silva
Eddie Jayamanne
Don Sirisena
Music by Sunil Shantha
Clarence Wijewardena
Release date
1976
Country Sri Lanka
Language Sinhala

Kolomba Sanniya (Colombo Mania) is a 1976 Sinhalese language comedy film directed by Manik Sandrasagara that follows the lives of middle and upper-class people in rural and urban Sri Lanka. The film stars Geetha Kumarasinghe, Joe Abeywickrema and Denewake Hamine are notable for containing the first depiction of best comedy in a Sinhala film.

Synopsis[edit]

Andare, (Joe Abeywickrema) a rustic villager finds a valuable gem when he goes behind a bush to perform his morning ablutions. (no toilets in the village) He sells the gem and buys a house in Colombo. The whole family, Andare's elder sister (Denawaka Hamine), brother Jakolis (Eddie Jayamanne), son (Freddie Silva) and daughter (Geetha Kumarasinghe) try their best to get adjusted to the life of Colombo 7 - Cinnamon Gardens and as they find eventually, it is not an easy task.

Cast[edit]

Geetha Kumarasinghe - Andares's daughter
Joe Abeywickrema - Andare
Denawaka Hamine - Andare's elder sister
Freddie Silva - Andare's son
Eddie Jayamanne - Andare's brother
Don Sirisena

Music[edit]

The music in the film was composed by Sunil Santha and Clarence Wijewardena. The song Dum dama dama yana, Dum bara bage... was written by Father Marceline Jayakody and the music by maestro Sunil Santha. Music was also consulted by Sunil Mendis.

References[edit]

[1]

External links[edit]