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This film is available in PEO TV video on demand section classic movie category..


Malini Fonseka
Joe Abeywickrama
Vijaya Kumaratunga
Tony Ranasinghe

Beddegama is a 1980 award winning Sinhalese language film directed by Lester James Peries that follows the lives of village people in British Colonial Sri Lanka. The film is based on the 1913 book titled as "The Village in the Jungle" by Leonard Woolf. Sir Arthur C. Clarke also has a minor role in the film as Leonard Woolf.

PEO TV said...


This film is available in PEO TV video on demand section classic movie category..


Actress : Chithra Vakishta
Actor : Joe Abeywickrama
Actress : Shyama Anandan
Actress : Jenita Samaraweera
Main Actor : Ajith Jinadasa
Main Actress : Vasanthi Chathurani
Actress : Trillicia Gunawardena
Actor : Senaka Perera


Director : Sumithra Peiris
Producer : Dr. Lester James Peries
Sound Management : Lal Piyasena
Make-up Artists : Hilton Mendis


Kusum witnesses Nimal leading a procession into their village. Kusum then recalls her childhood spent with friend Nimal. She is taught by the older boy. Kusum then starts boarding school with a transition to her at an older age. She gains a friend in Podmini who admires Kusum's innocence.
When Kusum visits home, she takes to helping out at the home of Nimal's mother, Mrs. Satharasinghe. On one such visit Nimal engages Kusum in a relationship. They fall in love though Kusum starts to feel guilty due to her lower class status. Soma is chosen to be part of a beauty contest and Kusum and Nimal take the chance to spend time together.
Mrs. Satharasinghe finds out about the encounter and confronts Kusum causing her to reveal her relationship with Nimal. Mrs. Satharasinghe scolds her and relieves her of her duties helping out at their home. Driven by guilt, Kusum breaks off all contact with Nimal. Soma, meanwhile, gets pregnant and is abandoned by the father. Kusum starts to take care of the child.
Nimal becomes a teacher at Kusum's school causing them to come in contact again. She tries to keep their encounters formal though at the prodding of Podmini takes some notes from him ahead of another girl. The girl bullies Kusum before Podmini comes to her rescue. Kusum then rejects Nimal's help.
The story then returns to the present with Nimal arriving at the village. Kusum reveals she failed to get into college and is now unemployed. She questions if this is her fate.

* Vasanthi Chathurani as Kusum Liyanage: A girl from a lower class family who falls in love with Nimal, a member of a family she works for and had known since she was a kid. She's extremely obedient not willing to go against the wishes of her parents and other elders.
* Ajith Jinadasa as Nimal Satharasinghe: A member of a higher class family who engages in a relationship with Kusum, a young passive girl who works at his house. He trains to be a teacher.
* Jenita Samaraweera as Soma Liyanage: The sister of Kusum. She, unlike her sister, goes against traditions and meets with an unfortunate result.
* Shyama Anandan as Podmini: friend of Kusum who admires her innocence and tries to protect it from corruption.
* Trelicia Gunawardene as Mrs. Liyanage: mother of Kusum and Soma. Works as a basket lady.
* Chitra Wakista as Kamalawathie Satharasinghe: haughty contradictory woman who praises her servant Kusum while viewing her as an unsuitable suitor to her son.
* Senaka Perera as Mr. Liyanage: sick father of Kusum and Soma.
* Nimal Dayaratne as Gunapala: friend of Podmini.
* Dayamanthi Pattiarachchi as Maduri: cousin of Nimal who is westernized and looks down on Kusum.
* Joe Abeywickrema as Doctor: cameo role by Abeywickrema of a doctor who supplies the Liyanage family with medicine free of charge.

PEO TV said...


This film is available in PEO TV video on demand section classic movie category..

Nanda - Punya Heendeniya
Piyal - Henri Jayasena
Kaisaruwatte Mudliar - David Dharmakeerthi
Matara Hamine - Shanthi Lekha
Jinadasa - Gamini Fonseka
Anula - Trilicia Gunawardane

Director - Lester James Peiris
Producer - Anton Wickramasinghe
Script - Regi Siriwardana
Editor - Sumithra Gunawardana
Music - W. D. Amaradewa
Released in - 1964

Kaisaruwatte Mudliar and Matara Hamine represent the decaying social order of the village. Nanda is their second daughter. Piyal is a young man and attractive teacher who teach English to Nanda. Piyal belongs to an inferior social class but Nanda is attracted to Piyal. The gap of the social class does not allow them to go ahead. Later Nanda marries Jinadasa who represents the same social class but their married life undergoes hardships and problems. Finally Jinadasa leaves home and search for better livelihood but finally he didn’t return. By the passing of time Piyal and Nanda get married but they do not experience their early feelings like in those days when Piyal teaches her.

PEO TV said...

Desa Nisa

This film is available in PEO TV video on demand section classic movie category..

Nirudaka - Joe Abeywickrama
Sundari - Sriyani Amarasena
Mother - Denawaka Hamine
Hermit - Ravindra Randeniya

Director - Lester James Peiris
Producer - Lester James Peiris
Script - Gunasena Galappatthi
Editor - Gladwin Fernando
Music - Premasiri Khemadasa
Released in - 1972

“Nirudaka” is an ugly man who is living with his mother in a rural village. He is taunted by all other villagers. Finally he falls in love with blind Sundari and they get married. Later Nirudaka’s mother wants to cure Sundari’s blindness and they go to meet a hermit. Finally Sundari gets het eye sight. She laughs at Nirudaka and tries to leave but captures by the hermit. Then Nirudaka begs to hermit to let her go. This makes hermit to realize his fault and lets Sundari to go. She again comes to Nirudaka and takes his hands.

PEO TV said...


This film is available in PEO TV video on demand section classic movie category..

Nimal - Ananda Weerakoon
Sena - Somapala Dharmapriya
Anula - Myrtle Fernando
Tilt Walker - Sesha Palihakkara
Village Headman (Gam Muladeni) - Romles De Silva
Kathrina - Iranganie Serasinghe
Sooty - D. R. Nanayakkara
Podi Mahatthaya - N. R. Dias
Kumatheris - Winston Serasinghe

Produced & Directed by Lester James Peiris
Written by Lester James Peiris
Music by Sunil Shantha
Camera – Willian Blake
Editing – Titus De Silva
Released on 1956

Sena is a young boy in the village of Siriyala. Anula is his friend who always plays with him. One day a tilt walker comes to the village and he is attacked by two thieves. Sena fights with them and prevents the tilt walker. Tilt walker is also a palm reader and he predicts one day Sena will become a famous healer and bring dignity to the village.
One day, when Sena and Anula are playing todether, Anula suddenly loses her eye sights. The native doctor of village is unable to restore her eye sight but when Sena touches her eyes, miraculously Anula begins to see. This makes Sena a reputed boy in the village.

PEO TV said...


This film is available in PEO TV video on demand section classic movie category..

Best Film
13th Sarasavi Award - 1985(1985)

Best Cameraman - Color -Donald Karunarathna
Presidential Award - 1984(1984)

Best Sound Management -K.P.K. Balasinghem
Presidential Award - 1984(1984)

Best Director -Sumithra Peiris
13th Sarasavi Award - 1985(1985)

Best Actor -Ravindra Randeniya
13th Sarasavi Award - 1985(1985)

Anonymous said...

This service is good, but Movies are not good, Please add the all famous movies on this servies. I think it`s worth to pay and watch. Spacialy Sinhala,English and Hindi,Tamil also better.

PEO TV said...


These movies fall under classic section. I know there should be good movies in the cart. We are looking for good contents that we can set reasonable pricing to them.

But I promise you there will be good movies in VOD, because we planed our self to cater that.

Deshal said...

PEO Dude,

What you need to realize is that you can charge us for the services you give. We are willing to pay extra to watch a good movie at our leisure. What matters is having a good selection of movies to watch. You loose a revenue opportunity while we do not benefit from taking PEO TV instead of other TV services (such as DTV, Dish TV or any other Indian DTH service).

Introducing a name “Theater” is worthless if there is nothing added new and that’s what it is now. We need more content. More channels and more VoD would get PEO market leadership in no time. Our worry is, you guys are very slow to respond.

These movies are good but I have watched them all. See, maintaining a VoD is an ongoing process. You cannot introduce few movies and relax forever until the next few movies are loaded. I guess you guys will turn words into action and take VoD to a flying start.

Anonymous said...

Thanks PEO.. to replied my sugestion. specially i have to propose most important thing from Vision Com (Peo Tv) for all PEO customer.we are not satisfied yet ur CHANNELS LIST. Please add more FREE CHANNELS on PEO TV ( like AXN, CINEMAX & ect; Compare with LBN satellite service provider).U are only the one of National servise provider. So, U can do more and more than the othere service providers. I think Ur VISION and MISSION will not be complete untill satisfy ur customer base.There for allways listening ur customer idea and do every thing u can do and GIVE MUCH AS POSSIBLE 4 US...! THANX....4 ALL..!

PEO TV said...

Deshal I understand your concern and I am agreeing to that. We are discussing with some content providers and there will be various kind of movies soon in the cart.

We are taking actions, but there are few bumps to pass.Thank you again for your valuable comments.

I apologize from you all for been out of touch in this blog.

PEO TV said...

Aakaash thanks for seeing both good and bad in PEO TV service, and pointing out where we have to change. Actually for the channels you have mentioned, we have already taken actions on them and now we are checking financial viability of them.
since our customer base is growing fast, there will be new launches in near future.

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PEO TV said...

Guys I need you to write about applications that you need as a IPTV service. These are called walled garden services, in another terms Value added services.

IPTV is all about defining the video experience encompasses many dimensions, for example, standard and high-definition content; choice of compression techniques; and variety of next-generation video services such as interactivity, video on demand (VoD), network PVR (nPVR-known as Time shifted TV ), and targeted ad insertion.

PEO TV said...

I have mailed vacancies at SLT Visioncom to the all facebook fans and group members of SLT PEO TV.

If you are interested be a facebook fan or member of facebook group.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your response PEO....! We look forward to seeing a BIG change SOON. We also hope that you would be able to IMPROVE the picture quality of the local Channels & All International Channels. JUST LIKE DVD ...!

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check this link here they write about the content they have and try to collect feedback from us: