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Yesterday’s Songs by Sharma

The most senior, living Film Music Director of India, Ravi Shankar Sharma will sing ‘songs of yesteryear’ at the Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium on Sunday, March 7.

Ravi Shankar Sharma is in Sri Lanka on an invitation extended by the Old Hindi Film & Song Lovers’ Society. He will be celebrating his 83rd birthday on Sunday. The show and the reception has been organized by the Ministry of cultural affairs. The Cultural Minister himself also will personally grace the event.

The cultural show will be open to the general public free of charge, like every other show, so far, being organized by the Old Hindi Film & Song Lovers’ Society. The National Channel, Rupavahini will cover the day-by-day events as long as the visitors stay here.For further details please contact chief organizer Mr. Priyantha Gamage on 011 2 778649.

Ronnie to rock Royal-Thomian revel

Ronnie Leitch will be the guest star at the OTSC Family tent at the 131st Battle of the Blues-Royal Thomian Cricket encounter at the SSC Grounds on 11 and 12 March. Ronnie will be singing to the music of popular band Wild Flower led Batison.

Old Thomians’ Swimming Club (OTSC) is one of the pioneer and popular clubs of the College.

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