Tharu Pahak Awith with Popular Singers’ Son and Daughters

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Tharu Pahak Awith - Nalin Perera's daughter
This week Tharu Pahak Awith program in Derana TV featured sons and daughters of popular Sri Lankan singers. The eminent announcer Naradha Bakmeewawa present this program.

The participants were Nalin Perera’s daughter Swetha Perera, Chandani Hettiarachchi’s daughter Jacqualine Williams, Nuwan Gunawardana’s son Gayan Gunawardana, Neel Warnakulasuriya’s son Shakthi Warnakulasuriya and Keerthi Pasquel’s son Kasun Pasquel.

Swetha Perera shared that she likes music and dancing and she is a student in APITT university. Swetha likes Bollywood dancing and her favorite music is western popular music.

Shakthi Warnakulasuriya sang his dad’s song “sudo sudu”. Shakthi is also a graduate of APITT. Shakthi is more into playing drums rather than singing.

Gayan Gunawardana runs his own music studio at home and planning to release two new songs in near future. Swetha sang her dad’s “Samanala Ranak Se igili”.

You can watch the recorded video of this program below.

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