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Tony Ranasinghe est un Acteur et Ecrivain Sri Lankais né le 31 juillet 1937

Tony Ranasinghe

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Nom de naissance Ranasinghe Hettiarachchilage Ignatius Anthony Silva
Nationalité Sri Lanka
Naissance 31 juillet 1937
Mort 16 juin 2015 (à 77 ans)

Tony Ranasinghe (31 July 1937 – 16 June 2015) was a veteran actor in cinema, teledrama and stage drama in Sri Lanka.
He is known as the Lover of the 70s in Sri Lankan cinema due to the many popular films in which he acted. He was mostly restricted to innocent main role which is full of glamour and feelings. He died on 16 June 2015 at a public hospital in Colombo at the age of 77. According to critics, he is the last Crowned king in Sri Lankan cinema to be died after Gamini Fonseka, and Joe Abeywickrama.

Until his death, he acted in 115 films, in 43 of which he was the leading actor and in 72 of which he played a supporting role. He also contributed as a script writer to 2 films.

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Filmographie de Tony Ranasinghe (12 films)

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Acteur

Anantha Rathriya, 1h15
Réalisé par Prasanna Vithanage
Origine Sri Lanka
Genres Drame
Acteurs Swarna Mallawarachchi, Ravindra Randeniya, Yashoda Wimaladharma, Tony Ranasinghe
Note67% 3.386273.386273.386273.386273.38627
Suwisal (Ravindra Randeniya) arrives at what seems to be an old family house in the middle of the night. The housekeeper explains that the rebels have asked everyone in the village to keep the lights off, and that for all, times have been bad. Suwisal recalls brief memories of the piano and a young girl shyly peering out behind the drapes at him and his aunts.
Saptha Kanya
Réalisé par H. D. Premaratne
Acteurs Kamal Addararachchi, Sangeetha Weeraratne, Tony Ranasinghe
Rôle Dabare
Note73% 3.6533953.6533953.6533953.6533953.653395
Akhil Ruwanwalla, (Kamal Addararachchi) a young photographer meets beautiful Deepthi (Sangeetha Weeraratne) in a pub. They become friends and later the friendship turns into love. Meanwhile, Akhil gets beaten by a set of gangsters and his camera is also stolen. It is revealed that the camera consisted of Deepthi's photos, which were taken by Akhil. Roni Kalupahana,(Hemasiri Liyanage) Akhil 's roommate is a newspaper editor, who is keen to write about truth, even if that means death for him. He writes about Akhil's incident as well and reveals information about groups who are behind such acts. Shocking his friends, he is soon murdered by the same groups. Anil and Deepthi's love affair grows and Akhil is enthusiastic about marrying her, although she is not. Akhil decides to open a new studio with his friend Jagath Wickremasinghe (Jayalath Manoratne) and he is financially assisted by Deepthi. On the day of the opening ceremony of this studio, Police comes to meet Akhil with a set of photos. He is told to identify the faces, of those whom he has encountered before. In the set of photos, he sees Dabare's (Tony Ranasinghe) photo, that is the leader of the gang who beat him up, while ago, as well as surprisingly Deepthi's photo. Unable to comprehend this, and to avoid Deepthi from being caught to the police for whatever crime she had committed, Akhil lies to the police, saying that he does not know any. But, the vigilant Police is too quick to determine that the Camera, that Deepthi had gifted Akhil, few minutes ago, was a stolen one. Akhil is about to be taken to the Police, when Deepthi discloses everything about her connections with the Dabare gang and her job as a female Pickpocket. Both, Akhil and Deepthi are taken to the Police, immediately. Akhil is free to go, but Deepthi is send to jail for two long years. Amidst all this, Akhil is not dejected as he still feels that he loves Deepthi, the same way.
Baddegama
Baddegama (1980)

Réalisé par Lester James Peries
Origine Sri Lanka
Genres Drame
Acteurs Joe Abeywickrama, Vijaya Kumaranatunga, Tony Ranasinghe, Henry Jayasena
Rôle Fernando
Note71% 3.578193.578193.578193.578193.57819
The lives of a poor family in a small village called Beddagama (literally, "The village in the jungle") as they struggle to survive the challenges presented by poverty, disease, superstition, the unsympathetic colonial system, and the jungle itself. The head of the family is a hunter named Silindu, who has two daughters named Punchi Menika and Hinnihami. After being manipulated by the village authorities and a debt collector, Silindu is put on trial for murder
White Flowers for the Dead, 1h30
Réalisé par Lester James Peries
Acteurs Tony Ranasinghe, Vasanthi Chathurani

Sarath (Tony Ranasinghe) domineers over his timid wife Vineetha (Sriyani Amarasena). When she is to have a Caesarean delivery of their baby, Sarth refuses to be present even though he himself is a doctor. She dies during surgery and Sarath is forced to live with the spectre of his wife hanging over him.
Ran Salu
Ran Salu (1967)
, 1h46
Réalisé par Lester James Peries
Origine Sri Lanka
Acteurs Tony Ranasinghe

Cyril (Tony Ranasinghe) is dissatisfied with his introverted fiancee Sujatha (Punya Heendeniya). He starts a relationship with the more out-going Sarojini (Anula Karunatilleke) and gets her pregnant. Sujatha meanwhile is fascinated by a wandering Buddhist monk.
Devolak Athara, 1h43
Réalisé par Lester James Peries
Origine Sri Lanka
Genres Drame
Acteurs Tony Ranasinghe, Iranganie Roxanna Serasinghe
Rôle Nissanka
Note63% 3.1721353.1721353.1721353.1721353.172135
At the onset of the film, Nissanka (Tony Ranasinghe) is engaged to marry Shiranee (Jeevarani Kurukulasuriya), a woman of the same social class.
Getawarayo
Getawarayo (1964)
, 1h48
Acteurs Gamini Fonseka, Joe Abeywickrama, Tony Ranasinghe

A village fisherman Jayasena Fernando (Gamini Fonseka) acquires a job in the city at the company where his friend Semanaris (Joe Abeywickrama) works. As Jaya becomes successful he draws the ire of rich boatsman Lalith Hettiarachchi and the interest of his boss's daughter Surangani (Nilmini De Silva). Jaya gradually forgets about his former girlfriend Karuna (Sobini Amarasinghe) (after a misunderstanding with her brother) and begins vying for Sue's attention. In the end Jaya realizes that Sue doesn't matter to him and that he loves Karuna. He decides to go back home after beating Lalith in a motor boat race. Karuna however has married when Jaya returns and the film ends with him contemplating his future to the strains of Amaradeva's voice.

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