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"Ranaviru Real Star" Mission III

"Ranaviru Real Star" Mission III

Mission III of 'Ranaviru Real Star' (RRS) reality TV programme to be geared up.

One of the most watched reality shows, the 'Ranaviru Real Star' (Mission III) in Sri Lanka highlighting the innate vocal talents of the armed forces personnel will hit the airwaves live on Sri Lanka Rupavahini today (03rd November). Members of Army, Navy and Air Force including officers and other rank are expected to take part in the competition. Service personnel who have joined the service three years before  the end of the humanitarian operation in May 2009 are legible to compete RRS Mission III. The grand finale of the RRS III mission has planned to be held in the mid of June next year.

The first episode of the RRS mission III will be telecasted live on Sri Lanka Rupavahini TV channel from 0900 pm onwards. The winners and the finalists of RRS II will also be making their appearance on stage.

The winners of Ranaviru Real Star Mission II were lavishly presented with gifts worth millions of rupees including a brand new two storied modern house worth over Rs 17 Million for the first placed and the runner up received a car worth  Rupees 2 Million. The third place winner received a cash prize of Rupees one Million. The fourth and fifth placed went away with Rupees Five Hundred Thousand each. The winners of the RRS III would be walking away with more valuable gifts in addition to the fame and glory that comes with their new found stardom.

The worlds' first reality show for members off the military is a brainchild of Secretary Defence and Urban Development Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa. The popularity of the programme was evident by the number of SMSs received in support of the contestants during the course of the programme. The valuable support of Dialog Axiata Company was a vital factor in the success of the programme.

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