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Some even solicit sexual bribes in dance and acting – Dancer Aravinda Perera

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I have been involved in dance since I was in school. But in only one school drama competition did I get a certificate for Best Supporting Actor.

It was the first and last play I did in school. Because we did not have a teacher for that subject.

At the time, I was certified as the best makeup artist for a Sunday school stage play.

That too was the first and the last. But in recent years, because of my love and ability for art, I have been drawn to these things again by accident.

I am learning all this and looking at the experts and learning more. I am also currently working as a dance teacher. As a makeup artist I have worked as a makeup artist in many Poya dramas and stage plays.

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Q: Aravinda, we would like to know about you?
I am a very sensitive person. Someone who is greedy for love. Dance Aravinda Perera is a person like my life.

Q: We would also like to know where you are and what you are doing.

I am a dancer, a makeup artist, a stage actor, a model. I am at Aluth Mawatha, Colombo 15.

Q: Can you tell us a little bit about your family and school time?

My family mom and dad have 2 more brothers. None of that has anything to do with art for me. I went to school in Modara Ananda, Colombo. ම. To school. I was very popular at school dancing. So popular that little kids called me Dancing Brother. School time is beautiful.

Q: You represent a number of fields. We’d love to know how you got into those areas.

I have been involved in dance since I was in school. But in only one school drama competition did I get a certificate for Best Supporting Actor. It was the first and last play I did in school. Because we did not have a teacher for that subject. At the time, I was certified as the best makeup artist for a Sunday school stage play. That too was the first and the last. But in recent years, because of my love and ability for art, I have been drawn to these things again by accident. I am learning all this and looking at the experts and learning more. I am also currently working as a dance teacher. As a makeup artist I have worked as a makeup artist in many Poya dramas and stage plays.




Q: Tell us about the experience you had while contributing to those creations.

Experience abounds. Because of a number of fields. But let me say one thing. I’m the lead actress in a makeover. There was an old quarrel with my work assistant that I took with us and the director told us that our son was not right and fired us. It was a good experience I had.

Q: We have learned that you, as an actor, have been subjected to injustice in contributing to certain productions. Let’s talk about that too.

Some in dance and some in acting Asking for sexual bribes to popularize us. Or you can pay for some of them. So there are those who ask us for money. I have faced similar situations.

Q: What do you dislike most about the fields you represent, such as acting, beauty and dance?
Jealousy of one another and betrayal of another for oneself.

Q: What are the challenges you face on the outdoor concert stage?

As a dance troupe on the outdoor stage, this journey came amidst many obstacles. We were always affected by the clothing issue. We stopped working because our clothes were not bare. So I want to do something good and different to the concert stage and do something brilliant. I don’t think it’s an asthma problem.

Q: What do you hope to do in the future?

In the future there is a desire to play a different character in a classic drama or a film. So wait for it. I also plan to give the audience some new videos of my Aravinda-led Oradavba dance troupe.

Q: Remember the people who have helped you get this far in this field?

Definitely. My dance teacher Kumuduni Priyangika, my makeup teacher at the Youth Services Council, my dance troupe, children and parents, Mr. Ananda Kumara Pinnawala, my best friend brother Rajitha Lakmal who gives me the strength to come to this place. Thank you to everyone who trusted me and worked for me.

Q: Finally I would like to know how to contact you and how to contact your dance troupe.

You can contact me on 0750310569 and 0768600748 to contact me and my dance troupe for any dance or drama activities.

 

[This was translated via Google Translate. So there may be some wrong words here. ]



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