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Nilmini wins Most Brilliant Performer Award at 14th Osaka Asian Film Festival for ‘Asandhimitta’

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Nilmini Sigera the lead actress of the film ‘Asandhimitta’ has won the Yakushi Pearl Award for ‘Most Brilliant

Nilmini Sigera

Performer’ at the 14th Osaka Asian Film Festival concluded on 17 March in Osaka, Japan. Asandhimitta was entered under the main competition of OAFF, with movies from Korea, Hong-Kong, China, India, Japan, Vietnam, Philippine and Taiwan. The role in Asandhimitta was Nilmini’s first appearance in the big screen.

Asandhimitta, directed by Asoka Handagama and produced by H. D. Premasiri for Sarasavi Cineru, has been lined up for limited engagement with limited shows in cinemas islandwide from 22 March.

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