Ranmihithenna Tele Cinema Park

Ranmihithenna Tele Cinema Park
Ranmihithenna National Tele Cinema Park (Sinhala: රන්මිහිතැන්න ජාතික ටෙලි සිනමා උද්‍යානය) is a tele-cinema village situated in Hambantota District, Sri Lanka. It is the country’s first-ever national tele-cinema park.

Ranmihithenna Tele Cinema Park
The foundation stone for the construction of the first phase of the tele-cinema park was laid on 30 October 2008. The then Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse declared open it on 30 March 2010.

The park consists of 235 acres of a landscape featuring lakes, forests, model villages and colonial buildings in addition to industry-standard pre-production facilities. Some of the structures built in the park resemble colonial Bombay, as it was used to shoot the Bollywood film, Bombay Velvet (2015). Also, the village comprises some other interesting sets that resemble some iconic buildings elsewhere on the island such as the Cargills Millers Building, the Queen’s Hotel, and the Nippon Hotel.

Ranmihithenna Tele Cinema Park .

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This page was last updated on 24 February 2023
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