Samitha Erandathi Mudunkotuwa

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Samitha Erandathi Mudunkotuwa
Born Samitha Kumari Erandathi Mudunkotuwa
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Horana, Sri Lanka
Occupation Singer and Actress
Years active 1936–Present
Spouse(s) Athula Adikari
Website
Samitha Erandathi Mudunkotuwa

Samitha Kumari Erandathi Mudunkotuwa, better known by her Artist name Samitha Erandathi Mudunkotuwa (Template:Lang-si), is a popularTemplate:Whom Sri Lankan Playback singer and Actress who was born on 7 January 1973 at Horana, the only child of Premadasa Mudunkotuwa and Kumari Bothota.[1] She had her primary education at Shripali Vidyalaya, Horana and Buddhist Ladies' College. In 1988 Samitha contributed to the Sinhala teledrama Ira paya as the main actress and the background singer performing the song “Ira paya”, on invitation by Rohana Weerasinghe.[2]

Cassette Albums

  • Ira Paya (1988)
  • Rosa Mal Mawathe (1991)
  • Kolompure (1992)

CD Albums

  • Muthu Kumari (1995)
  • Adara Sulanga (1998)
  • Pem Pawasa (2001)[3]
  • Sansaranya (2002)

References

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