Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Nirosha did her O/Ls at BLC International and began doing A/Ls privately. During this time, through her elder sister, Nilushi Perera who did the main tele role in 'Muthu Menik', youth's paper 'Sanda Renu' approached her for a cover page. After a great hesitation, Nirosha appeared for the cover picture. And it was a 'hit'. Swarnavahini TV who was looking for a pretty and witty girl for their newest Sinhala musical programme 'Vega Gee' spotted the little Monroe. In 1997 her very first appearance on the small screen was telecast.
Saturday, January 8, 2011
Nirosha and Irosha studied at Buddhist Ladies College, Colombo and the two were popular figures from schooldays onwards since they were everywhere where things were happening. Though Irosha joined Musaeus College half way through, Nirosha continued at BLC and holds the distinguished record of being the first in the class right through her school career. Irosha had come closer by being the first from grades one to eight.Whether it was drama, dancing, acting, singing, music, sports or literary activities, the two sisters were right in the thick of things and hence, popularity is not something new to the duo.