Monday, January 26, 2015

Would have been killed if I lost - President


President Maithripala Sirisena says that he may not even be alive today if he had lost the Presidential election.

He said thus while addressing crowds in Polonnaruwa during his first visit to his hometown since swearing in as President.

“The previous regime led by Mahinda Rajapaksa had devised all plans to take my children into custody if I lost,” he said.

The President also said that he had no choice but to accept the chair of the SLFP, which campaigned against him during the Presidential election.

Palace or Prison

Prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe too, joined the President's Polonnaruwa visit.

Noting that Maithripala Sirisena made a huge sacrifice when he came forward as the common opposition candidate, Wickremesinghe stated the the battle had only two outcomes at that point.
It was either the presidential palace or the prison, he said.


Yoshitha assaulted Malaka - Mervyn



Former minister Mervyn Silva says that the person related to two accounts of assault on his son is none other than Yoshitha Rajapaksa, the son of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

Speaking during an interview with a weekend newspaper, Silva has said that Yoshitha Rajapaksa was linked to the recent assault of Malaka Silva at a night club as well as an earlier assault on him at the Odel car park.

The most recent clash had triggered after Malaka had given a bit of advice to one of Yoshitha's guards, Mervyn Silva has said.

Noting that the former President had only learnt of this incident at the last minute, Silva said that Mahinda Rajapaksa had visited Malaka within 45 minutes since the incident had occurred.

The Nawaloka Hospital, where Malaka was treated, had not even accepted the payment of the hospital bill, the former minister added.

Silva has also revealed that security cameras recording the clash were jammed.

Namal Udugama is alive



There rumors spreading in Facebook about Singer Namal Udugama is not true. His brother Sanath Udugama and singer Ranil Mallawarachchi Confirmed that Namal Udugama is alive. He is unwell and need an operation.

Namal Udugama's Family ask everyone not to spread any rumours and share fake news without confirming.

We wish him speedy recovery.




Saturday, January 24, 2015

Namal Rajapaksha's Family Selfie

Shiranthi Rajapaksha is the wife of the sixth former President of Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapaksa and the former First Lady of Sri Lanka. She is a professional in child psychology and pre-school education.

She celebrated her Birthday yesterday and her son MP Namal Rajapaksha posted a family selfie in facebook wishing her Happy Birth Day.


Nirosha Perera weds old Japanese man ?

Pictures emerged of actress and programme hostess - Nirosha Perera attired in traditional bridal attire has triggered a rumour mill frenzy.

Most of her fans were left flabbergasted with the pictures, especially because of the groom who is Japanese and apparently much older than Nirosha.

However, it is not in real life. The wedding at the Grand Oriental Hotel in Colombo was actually a photo shoot for a film 'Kandak Sema' directed by Ashoka Athaudahetti.

In the film, Nirosha plays the role of a Sri Lankan girl who leaves her motherland after getting married to a Japanese national.

The script is by Sumithra Rahubadda.

The film also features Ayako Kobayashi, who became popular for performing the role of 'Oshin' while she was a child.




Yoshitha Rajapaksa's TV channel CSN under probe

 
The television channel Carlton Sports Network (CSN) operated by Yoshitha Rajapaksa, the son of the former President, is to be investigated for irregularities.

Rajapaksa is also a serving naval officer.

Under probe will be the legality of the channel and whether equipment belonging to the two State TV channels Rupavahini and ITN were acquired by CSN.

Meanwhile the new chairman of Rupavahini prof Somaratne Dissanayake has ordered the stoppage of international cricket coverage of matches involving the Sri Lanka team on CSN with the broadcast rights to be given back to State TV.

Dissanayake has noted that a large number of cricket fans in the country were deprived of witnessing the Sri Lanka team matches while it was telecast by CSN which does not reach out to all parts of the country.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Jackie does ballet for new movie Roy



After impressing with her dance moves in ‘Jumme Ki Raat’ from ‘Kick’, Jacqueline Fernandez is turning out to be one of the most sought after actresses when it comes to dancing. Choreographers are keen to work with the actress.

In her upcoming film, ‘Roy’, Jacqueline Fernandez has tried a completely different style of contemporary dance form, a ballet on sand for the song, ‘Boond Boond’.

The director Vikramjit Singh wanted a sequence in the song, which is artistic, sensual and passionate. When he briefed choreographer Ahemd Khan, Ahmed knew exactly what he wanted.

Jacqueline will be the first Bollywood actress to be seen attempting this dance form in ‘Roy’. “Ahmed gave me a couple of videos to watch to understand the body language and refer to before the shoot. He is one of the finest choreographer who loves experimenting and is passionate about his work,” said Jacqueline.

Jacqueline Fernandez, who loves dancing, suggested some moves to Ahmed who loved them and incorporated the same while on shoot. Jacqueline adds, “Ahmed gave a completely different, fresh touch to the kind of ballet we have always seen on screen. I too had ideas and together we put a piece together. The final scene that you see on screen is sensuous and passionate.”

 The film is a love triangle between the three lead actors – Arjun Rampal, Jacqueline Fernandez and Ranbir Kapoor. Jacqueline will be playing a dual role – one that of a sophisticated art enthusiast named Tia and the other, a movie director Ayesha, who will be styled in a very easy-breezy fashion. Jacqueline will also sport a tattoo on her neck and wrist.

Directed by Vikramjit singh, ‘Roy’ will release on 13th February, 2015.
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