Gira’s ‘Suhada Koka’ coming on Friday

Published : 8:52 am  October 19, 2015 | No comments so far |  |  (1414) reads | 

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Multi-talented actor, director and scriptwriter Giriraj Kaushalya who made headlines with his maiden film creation ‘Sikuru Hathe’  in 2007, is now releasing his second directorial venture ‘Suhada Koka’ on Friday, October 23 in the CEL circuit.

 “This is also another entertaining, hilarious hit but it is different to Sikuru Hathe. It centres on a politician who attempts to become a minister. ‘Koka’ or the crane is his party symbol.

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Wijaya Nandasiri plays the key role together with Kusum Renu, Rodney Warnakula, Sathischandra Edirisinghe, Lal Kularatne,  Mihira Sirithilaka, W. Jayasiri, Lalith Janakantha, Saman Hemaratne, Giriraj Kaushalya, Somasiri Alakolanga, Rathna Sumanapala, Damitha Abeyratne, Priyantha Seneviratne, Piyumi Boteju, Premadasa Vithanage and others in the film produced by Ravindra Guruge on behalf of The Video Team (TVT).


Thusitha Anuradha has handled the camera, Imal Shanaka Peiris the make up, Sirinatha Wickremasinghe the art direction , Manoj Wickremasinghe the costumes, Jayaprakash Sivagurunathan the production designing and Rohana Weerasinghe the music direction.
The film begins to unspool with Rajamanthri’s election campaign in his electorate but as the results are announced, he and his supporters are badly let down since he had not garnered enough preferential votes to enter Parliament.  As the whole family and his supporters are grieving over the unexpected turn of events, a Rajamanthri loyalist storms in with a good news. He announces that the candidate who had obtained the highest number of preferential votes in the list had suffered a heart attack and his condition was serious.
Rajamanthri and his supporters rush to the hospital and burst into applause as the news is broken that the candidate had passed away. Thus Rajamanthri gets the opportunity to enter Parliament. The hilarious twists and turns that follow makes ‘Suhada Koka’ an uproarious treat.