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Some are called heroes, some villains. Histories get buried and the dead are resurrected. Sometimes a thread of humanity gets drawn from blurred stories. It could clothe the world one day or stitch together a fallen flag.
Jehan Fernando (Sagara Chandrasiri) is a 35 year old con artist in Sri Lanka. Although he is a degree holder in Mass Communication, Jehan makes his living by exploiting weaknesses of the Society(mainly rich people). Priyantha Mahaulpathagamage is an unemployed youth from a rural village who comes to Colombo in search of a job, where he meets Jehan. The story goes on revealing how these two make their living trying to overcome barriers they face in life.Written by
Hiran Anjana Karunaratne
I just started watching the so-called nice drama just on the second week after one guy almost forced me to watch the first episode. It got me bound to it and I ended up watching all four episodes in one go. I must say I am a critic and I find mistakes in almost all movies and dramas, and I must admit, it is really hard to look at Koombiyo on a critic's perspective. The drama combines superb acting by almost all cast members, the near-perfect script written by a genius, nicely done directing and many more. Koombiyo has made vast strides in Sri Lanka's teledrama scene in its short presence so far, and even forced its broadcasters (who did not even have their own youtube channel) to focus on the bigger audience on the web. Being one of many who fell in love with Sri Lanka's TV drama industry again because of Koombiyo, I've been promoting this whenever and wherever I can, free of charge.. Cheers to the creators of Koombiyo..
PS. You should really work on adding English subtitles to the youtube playlist. I'm sure the audience will grow out of control..
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