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‘Aadaraneeya Poornima’ : Tale of love every weekday

By Susitha R. Fernando

Experienced teledrama maker Tikiri Ratnayake’s latest direction ‘Adaraneeya Poornima’ is now being telecast every weekday at 9 pm on TV Derana.

Woven around two lovers Asanka and Poornima, the long running teledrama is played by Himali Sayurangi, Dhanajaya Siriwardena, Hyacinth Wijeratne, Janak Premalal, Sumithj Ratnayake, Anjula Rajapaksa, G. R. Perera, Kusum Perera,, Pubudu Gamage, Gamini Ambalalangoda, Anula Wanigasekara, Uthpala Madhushani, Gayathri Rajapaksa and Pavan Kulatunga.

Dying to win the heart of young Asanka, Narmada makes regular visits to his house. Daughter of Douglas and Hemali, Narmada tries to win the heart of Sandhya Aunty, Asanka’s mother in order that one day she could become her daughter-in-law. But Asanka is not interested in Narmada or in marriage.

Asanka’s interest towards love changes when he meets Poornima, a young teacher from a rural village in upcountry when he is on a visit with his friend Manoj. Poornima is the eldest daughter in a family of an Ayurvedic doctor and her mother is dead.

Poornima’s main aim is to look after the motherless family and give a good education to her younger sister Ridma. Though Poornima too interested in Asanka’s love she does not reciprocate mainly because she does not want to give a bad impression to her sister specially in the backdrop of several young men seeking her love.

In addition there are also other obstacles like Narmada and her parents who are interested in Asanka’s wealth. It is at this point Asanka meets with an accident and the story takes a dramatic turn.

These and many other questions will be resolved at the end of suspenseful story ‘Adaraneeya Poornima’.

Art director Asanga Neelawathura, cameraman P. K. Leonard, editor Manjula Malwatta and make up artist J. Suranimala joined the technical crew of Adaraneeya Poornima.

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