|Nationality Sri Lankan|
Known for Sinhala music
|Name Narada Disasekara|
|Born 7 June 1933 (1933-06-00) British Ceylon|
Died 19 May 2010 (aged 76) Sri Lanka
Mulu hadin mama narada disasekara
Narada Disasekara (born 07 June 1933, died 19 May 2010) was a Sri Lankan classical singer. He won the first Sarasaviya Award for Male Playback Singing in 1964 for his duet "Galana Gangaki Jeevithe" with a young Nanda Malini for Ranmuthu Duwa.
Best of Narada Disasekara - Songs Album (Nonstop)
Disasekera had started as a mechanic of the Engineering section of National Radio Ceylon and later became a popular singer of the Radio Ceylon.
“Chandana Enga Gala”, “Eya Pamanai Mage Mihirata”, “Mulu Hadin Mama Obata Pemkara” are some of Radio Ceylon songs of Narada.
“Galana Gangaki Jeewithe”, “Pipee, Pipee Renu Natana”, “Gamana Nonimei Lokaye”,
“Aarichchi Borichchi” was the background songs sung by him which became hits.
He has also provided background songs for the films “Hathara Kendaraya”, “Senasuma Kothenada”, “Adarayai Karunawai, and “Manamalayho”.
He's son Saranga Disasekara is a well-known popular actor in Sri Lanka.
Disasekara died on 19 May 2010 at the age of 76.