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Thushara (1973 film)

Thushara
තුෂාරා
Directed byYasapalitha Nanayakkara
Written byYasapalitha Nanayakkara
Produced byMohamed Omar Kareem Hassan
StarringVijaya Kumaratunga
Malini Fonseka
Joe Abeywickrama
Baptist Fernando
Sonia Disa
CinematographyWilliam Ohlums
Edited byT. Bawanandan
Music byP. L. A. Somapala
Release date
  • 9 March 1973 (1973-03-09)
CountrySri Lanka
LanguageSinhala

Thushara (Sinhala: තුෂාරා) is a 1973 Sri Lankan Sinhala romantic film directed by Yasapalitha Nanayakkara and produced by Mohamed Omar Kareem Hassan. It stars Vijaya Kumaratunga and Malini Fonseka in lead roles along with Joe Abeywickrama and Sonia Disa. Music composed by P. L. A. Somapala.[1] The remake of the film was screened in 2009 with the same title,[2] where Saliya Sathyajith and Shalika Edirisinghe played the lead roles of 'Sampath' and 'Thushara' respectively.[3]

The film became a blockbuster of that year and commercially successful. It also received critical acclaim specially for the songs: "Kalak Thisse" and "Oho Thushara". It is the 261st film in Sinhala cinema.[4]

Plot

Sampath, Thushara and Keerthi are batchmates. Sonia is a relation of Sampath. Thushara is Sampath's girl friend at campus. Sonia and Thushara are friends. Sonia's father and Sampath's mother tries to make them marry but Sampath doesn't have any romantic feelings for Sonia. So Sonia and specially her father does things to put apart Thushara and Sampath. One is to tell fake things to Thushara's father about Sampath and make him disappointed. Another one is attacking Sampath at a club. The story goes on as Sampath persists those challenges and finally marries Thushara and at the end of the film we get the feeling that Sonia and Keerthi find love between them too.

Cast

Soundtrack

No.TitleSinger(s)Length
1."Oho Thushara"H. R. Jothipala 
2."Meedum Gala Kande"H. R. Jothipala, Angeline Gunathilake 
3."Jeewanaye Meewanaye"Angeline Gunathilake 
4."Kalak Thisse Sithak Pathule"H. R. Jothipala, Angeline Gunathilake 
5."Maa Hada Obai Dayawi"H. R. Jothipala 
6."Rantharu Se Punsada Se"Sujatha Aththanayaka 
7."Kaudo Me Awe"Sujatha Aththanayake 

References

  1. ^ "Thushara / තුෂාරා: Black & White". Digital Identity of Sinhala Cinema. Retrieved 3 October 2020.
  2. ^ "Reviving Thushara". Daily News. Retrieved 11 March 2017.
  3. ^ "Popular 70's film ' Thushara' returns in new form". The Nation. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
  4. ^ "All about the film "Thushara"". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 3 October 2020.

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