Ranjan Ramanayake is a Sri Lankan former politician, film director, actor, script writer, and singer. He achieved immense popularity during the 1990s, when he appeared in many Sinhala language films. One of the most popular and celebrated Sri Lankan actors of his generation, Ranjan Ramanayake has won numerous awards, including nine Sarasaviya Awards.
Vijaya Kumaratunga was a Sri Lankan actor, politician, and playback singer. He is often counted among the most prominent icons of Sri Lankan cinema. Vijaya Kumaratunga was also an important politician and is credited with founding the Sri Lanka Mahajana Party. From 1978 until his murder in 1988, Vijaya Kumaratunga was married to former President Chandrika Kumaranatunga.
Gamini Fonseka was a Sri Lankan actor, politician, and film director. He achieved popularity during the 1960s and 1970s and is often counted among the greatest actor in the history of Sinhala cinema. He was the recipient of numerous awards, including 14 Sarasaviya Awards. Also a prominent politician, Fonseka was the Governor of North Eastern Province from 1995 to 1998.
Ravindra Randeniya is a Sri Lankan actor best known for his performance in the 1972 Lester James Peries' movie Desa Nisa. He achieved immense popularity during the 1970s and 1980s and has won six Sarasaviya Awards so far. Ravindra Randeniya is also credited with hosting a popular quiz show called Mind Star on ITN.
Jeewan Kumaranatunga is a Sri Lankan actor and politician. He is known for his service as the Minister of Youth Affairs, Minister of Lands & Land Development, as well as Minister of Posts & Telecommunication between 2000 and 2015. As an actor, Jeewan Kumaranatunga has played important roles in films like Rathu Makara, Asipatha Mamai, and Gedera Budun Amma.