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Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka February 26, 2011

Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka

Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka.

By Susitha R. Fernando
Sanjaya Leelaratne, award winning actor, award winning dialogue and screenplay writer for the cinema and also an administrator is back with his long awaited dream of filmmaking.

Titled ‘Selvam’ a cinematic creation that can be screened from Dondra to Point Pedro, according to its director it is to fill the void of a national film which can be watched by the Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims and the Burghers.

The maiden effort by Sanjaya Leelaratne who started his career at school stage, ‘Selvam’ is a story of a selfless hero in uniform who continues his battle of breaking the racial barriers once he won the war.
‘As a country we can be proud of the victory gained by the Army have by eliminating one of the most dangerous terrorist organizations in the world. Not only they ended up the war but also got involved in building up ruined areas of the country,’ said Leelaratne speaking to the TV Times.

The film is now being shot in various locations in and around the Jaffna peninsula. ‘We want to take this film around the world and use it as a promotion of our country and what we have been doing. For this we will be doing the film using the best technology available and the post production will be done in India and Germany,’ he added.

‘Sri Lankan cinema was never a failure. It was the films and filmmakers that failed cinema by not attracting the audience. Records prove that whenever there was a good film there was a big audience making box office records,’ said Sanjaya in an optimistic note on Sri Lankan cinema said.

‘Another most important factor is that the younger generation must take this industry up as they are filled with fresh ideas. Cinema has to be updated and it is the younger generation who are always updated to the new trends and technology,’.

The authorities like National Film Corporation (NFC) must support these youngsters, Sanjaya said.
‘Selvam’ in Tamil means prosperity and having undergone three decades of a bloody war what we now want is prosperity,’ describing the selection of the title the new director stated.

Born and bred in a Colombo suburb, Polhengoda, Sanajaya started his acting career at the school stage and later acted in well-known stage plays and started playing his maiden role in the film ‘Hithata Dukak Nethi Miniha’ in 1990 when he was introduced to the big screen by Mervyn Jayatunga. He went on to act in 16 films while writing the screenplays for the same number. Sanjaya is also a teledrama actor who acted in more than 40 teledramas. Once his anti-tobacco TV commercial was recognized internationally winning him a number accolades and honours.

In addition to being an actor and screenplay writer, since 1994 joining state service Sanjaya had been holding a number of responsible positions in the state sector institutions including the Timber Corporation, Lanka Salusala the National Paper Corporation and Elkaduwa Plantations. Presently he is Deputy Chairman of MILCO (pvt) Limited run under Ministry of Livestock and Rural Community Development.

‘Selvam’ is produced by M. Mohamed while Jayanath Gunawardena is the cinematographer and Ranjith de Silva is art director and Rohana Weerasinghe is the music director. Music direction for the playback is by Ranga Dasanayake while Uresha Ravihari does the playback singing. Executive Producer is Dr. Mohan Lal Siribaddana and production manager is Nimal Padmasiri and assistant director is Thilina Boralessa.

Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka.

Selvam Movie Craw

Director Sanjaya Leelaratne
Producer M. Mohamed
Director of Photography Jayanath Gunawardena
Art Director Ranjith De Silva
Music Director Rohana Weerasinghe
Chief Co-ordinator Chandika Nanayakkara
Make-up Artist Ranjith Wickramasinghe
Script Sanjaya Leelaratne
Background Vocalist Uresha Ravihari
Costume Designer Sandy Jayyasuriya
Executive Producer Dr. Mohan Lal Siribaddana
Assistant Director Thilina Boralessa
Assistant Director Nishantha Sinhalage
Assistant Director of Photography Devinda Fernando
Choreographer Gayan
Assistant Costume Designer Lucky

Selvam Movie Cast
Malini Fonseka – Madhuwathi
Joe Abeywickrama – Sathyavelu
Shalini Tharaka – Medhavi
Santhalingam Gokularaj – Pushparaja
Chandika Nanayakkara – Captain Migara
Lakshman Mendis – Jayasekara Mudhalali
Jayani Senanayake – Wijitha
Nadaraja Sivam – Principal
Anuruddhika Dilrukshi – Kala
Sanjaya Leelaratne – Colonel Bathiya
N. Puvanalogany – Pushpa’s Mother
Denny Abinesh – Selvam
Sasindi Nawanga Hewapatha – Sasini

Selvam Movie Posters, Download, Online Stream, Trailers, Photo Gallery
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka
Sanjaya Leelaratne brings Selvam Sinhala Film with Shalani Tharaka

 

Sinhala Fiml Suvisi Vivirana by Sarath Dharmasiri at www.sandeshaya.org December 24, 2010

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Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

Sinhala Fiml Suvisi Vivirana Cast
Main Actor : Jayalath Manorathne
Main Actress : Chandani Senevirathna
Actor : Sanath Gunathilaka
Actor : W. Jayasiri
Actress : Damitha Abeyratne
Actress : Indika Upamali
Actor : Ajith Chandrarathna Lokuge
Actor : Bertie Nihal Susiripala
Actress : Wasanthi Ranwala
Actor : Giriraj Kaushalya
Actor : Richard Manamudali
Actor : Malinda Perera
Actress : Anya Manodhi

Sinhala Fiml Suvisi Vivirana Crew
Director : Sarath Dharmasiri
Assistant Director : Prasanna Ittepana
Cinematographer : Sumedha Liyanage
Editor : Ravindra Guruge
Make-up Artists : Sanjaya Nipunaarachchi
Music Director : Janaka Fonseka

Sinhala Fiml Suvisi Vivirana Story
The Muhurath ceremony for Sarath Dharmasiri’s Suvisi Vivarana was held at the Waters Edge, Battaramulla, on June 27. Produced by Vision Link Media (Pvt) Ltd and assistant directed by Prasanna Ittepana, Sarath himself had written the screenplay for the movie.

Dharmasiri who had made his debut to the spotlight as a novelist has four novels to his name. Though his maiden creation was Sada Sulang (The violent winds) it was his second novel Katu Imbula which caught the eyes and minds of the masses.

He extended his role from novelist to scriptwriter and assistant director with creations like Bogala Saunderis, Chakrayuda, Gini Kirilli (The fire bird) and Bherunda Pakshiya which also won him the award as the best screen playwright.

Suvisi Vivarana is based on one of the ancient traditional dance forms found in the country. It is set in the backdrop of a Buddhist rural village and revolves around the life and interactions of several families in the village.

Speaking at the event Professor Sunil Ariyaratne stated that during an era when there is a vacuum for good stories, Dharmasiri stands out for his role as an exceptional storyteller while Professor Sunanda Mahendra

pointed out that the title of the film stems from rituals and is symbolic for its socio-religious content.

“One significant feature in Dharmasiri’s work is that he discovers the past in terms of orientalism,” he said.

A cast with a large number of characters comprises Jayalath Manorathna, Chandanie Senevirathna, Sanath Goonethilake, W. Jayasiri, Damitha Abeyratna, Indika Upamali, Ajith Lokuge, Bertie Nihal Susiripala, Wasanthi Ranwala, G. R. Perera, Giriraj Kaushalya, Richard Manamudali, Malinda Perera and Aanya Manodhi.

Sumedha Liyanage will be the director of photography while Ravindra Guruge will act as the editor. Make up will be handled by Sanjaya Nipunaarachchi and Nalaka Kuruppuarachchi will be t

he art director. The choreographer will be Professor Mudiyense Dissanayaka while Janaka Fonseka will be in charge of the music.

The movie will start shooting in Mawanella soon and hopes to be released in the mid part of next year.

Pictures by Palitha Gunasena
Article Ruwini Jayawardana at dailynews

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Sinhala Film Mahindagamanaya by Sanath Abeysekara at www.sandeshaya.org December 23, 2010

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Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

Sinhala Film Mahindagamanaya Cast
Main Actor : Jeevan Kumarathunga
Main Actress : Dilhani Ashokamala Ekanayake
Actor : Roshan Ranawana
Actor : Joe Abeywickrama
Actress : Udari Warnakulasuriya
Actress : Oshini Dias
Actor : Roshan Pilapitiya
Actor : Bimal Jayakodi
Actor : Menaka Rajapaksha
Actor : Cleatus Mendis
Actor : Kumara Thirimadura
Actor : Luxman Mendis
Actor : Asela Jayakodi
Actor : Sarath Dikkumbura

Sinhala Film Mahindagamanaya Crew
Director : Sanath Abeysekara
Producer : Daminda Upali Fernando
Music Director : Rohana Weerasinghe
Cinematographer : Channa Deshapriya
Costume : Nilhan Senewirathna

Sinhala Film Mahindagamanaya Story
Spiritual wake up through cinema – Ruwini Jayawardana

More than 2,350 years ago, in the heart of the wilderness, surrounded by nature’s splendors, a dramatic encounter which will go down in the annals of history unfolded. Two characters received precedence at this meet. One was Ven. Arahant Mahinda Thera, son of Emperor Asoka, and the other was the reigning king of Sri Lanka, King Devanampiyatissa.

Ven. Arahant Mahinda Thera was on a sacred mission to spread the teachings of the Buddha. However such precepts cannot be handed over in one go. The monarch’s intellectual stature was graded after a quiz. He withstood the test. The island prospered by embracing Buddhism.

Bringing this significant moment of spiritual awakening to mind thousands of Buddhists visit Mihintale, the cradle of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, each year on Poson Poya day. This milestone in the history will be rekindled when director Sanath Abeysekara begins shoot on his much talked about movie Mahindagamanaya. The Muhurath ceremony of the event took place at Gangaramaya temple last week. Ven. Pallagama Hemarathana Thera, Ven. Galabada Thera, Ven. Agalakada Sirisumana Thera and Ven. Magalle Nabitha Thera took part in the event which evoked blessings for the project.

The film is part of the project aimed at celebrating the 2600th Sri Sambuddha Jayanthi in 2011. It aims to send the message of the compassionate nature of Buddhism across to the world.

Speaking at the event, director Abeysekara said that President Mahinda Rajapaksa and the Buddhist Affairs Ministry have been very keen on the film. He added that he had worked on the script for nearly a year and had done a lot of background research to include accurate details to the story.

“The opening chapters of the movie include a few scenes of Emperor Asoka. We will be flying to India in January to shoot these episodes. We are constructing the monuments of places and other buildings and working on the costumes. These have to be done with care so that modern elements do not emerge in the pictures.

Even the characters acted and talked in a specific manner. We hope to give the full experience of travelling back in time for the audience,” Abeysekara noted. He also said that he had to undergo several threats and criticism when he took up the challenge of making the movie.

“Some questioned why a young and less experienced filmmaker should take on such a colossal project but I withstood my ground. Shooting is scheduled for November and December in Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Trincomalee and Vavuniya,” he said. He also added that one focal point of the tale is the moment when Queen Anula and Prince Aritta renunciate from lay life and enter the Order of Sangha. This will be done in a realistic manner; Abeysekara stressed while pointing out that it was only after Buddhism took over the isle that the locals were gifted with rich literary work.

Producer of Mahindagamanaya, Daminda Upali Fernando of Best Life Cinema said that one of the main reasons which motivated him to produce the movie is the fact that the director’s self confidence and dedication.

He added that the movie will be made as an act of social hospitality service rather than a tool for profit making.

Mohammed NAALIR in Tanthirimale
Mahindagamanaya, the arrival of Arahat Mahinda in Sri Lanka with the noblest gift of Buddhism changed the country’s history and laid the foundation for a civilization based on Buddhism.

Although the story is well-known and commemorated every year on Poson Poya Day, there have not been many attempts to portray it artistically, through film or television. Who in Sri Lanka, regardless of his or her religion, does not know about the meeting between Arahat Mahinda and King Devanampiyatissa, who was hunting deer when the Great Arahat called him from atop the Mihintale rock?

This artistic lacuna is about to be filled, as several leading film personalities are making a film which depicts the advent of Buddhism to Sri Lanka. Although the film is based on Mahindagamanaya, it is also an attempt to explore the norms and values of Buddhism. It will be a film for all Sri Lankans, not only Buddhists.

Shooting on “Mahindagamanaya” commenced in the precincts of historic Tanthirimale Raja Maha Vihara precincts in Anuradhapura District last week. According to the Director 75 per cent of the shooting of “Mahindagamanaya” has been completed so far.

This is the maiden directorial effort of Sanath Abeysekara, who has 32 teledramas to his credit. The idea of making a film on this great event in the country’s history came to him when he was reading the Mahavamsa. He has remained faithful to the Mahavamsa account when making this movie. According to the Director the film “Mahindagamanaya” will highlight the advent of Arahat Mahinda Thera to Sri Lanka and the social, cultural, religious and economic developments that occurred in our country afterwards. The film will depict the period 2250-2010 BC.

After King Devanampiyatissa ascended to the throne King Asoka of India, himself a warrior King who embraced Buddhism and became non-violent, sent Arahat Mahinda Thera to Sri Lanka to preach Buddhism. Although various beliefs existed in Sri Lanka even at that time, the concept of a religion was unheard of.

After the advent of Ven. Arahat Mahinda Thera to Sri Lanka, people who venerated trees and devils started to embrace Buddhism to correct their path and lead a peaceful life. Buddhism laid the foundation for a vibrant society that valued the Buddha Dhamma.

It paved the way for the creation of an Order of the Maha Sangha, who guided the people on moral uplift. The film Mahindagamanaya will depict this transformation.

President Mahinda Rajapaksa has taken a keen interest in the film and instructed the relevant authorities to make funds available for the film. Veteran film star Jeevan Kumaratunga plays the role of King Devanampiyatissa and veteran actress Dilhani Ekanayake is playing the main female role Anuladevi.

Kumaratunga, who is Posts Minister, told the Sunday Observer that although he has played many roles in his cinematic career, this is the first time he is playing such a pivotal historical role. This will be especially significant as next year marks the 2600th Sambuddha Jayanthi. The film too will be released next year.

Roshan Pilapitiya who plays the role of Maha Aritta Kumara in “Mahindagamanaya” is also very happy to play such a character in a historical film. Maha Aritta Kumara was the first Sri Lankan who was ordained as a Bhikku in the history of Buddhism in Sri Lanka.

Dilhani Ekanayake who is playing the role Queen Anuladevi said that this is a new experience for her. She is keen to try out ancient dresses and to visit ancient historic places. She described her character as a tough one. Roshan Pilapitiya, Roshan Ranawana, Oshaoli Hewamadduma, Chinthaka Kulathunga, Dulika Marapana, G. R. Perera, Sarath Dikkumbura, Hemasiri Liyanage, Jayani Senanayake, Kumara Thirimadura, Palitha Nanayakkara, Gnananga Gunawardane and several other actors will be featured in “Mahindagamanaya”.

The film is being produced by Best Life Films. Music is by Rohana Weerasinghe. The Art Director is Sunil Wijeratne. The Costumes are designed by Heenatigala Premadasa, while cinematography is handled by Chamara Dammika Ratnayake and Channa Deshapriya.

The Assistant Director is Jayantha Bopitiya. Kulasiri Budawatta is the choreographer. Dialogues have been written by Puravidya Chakravarthi Ven. Ellawala Medanandha Thera. The playback songs are performed by Uresha Ravihari, Karunaratne Divulgane, Sunil Edirisinghe, Nanda Malani and Amarasiri Pieris.

The lyrics are by Ven. Pallegama Hemaratana Thera, Ven. Ellawala Medananda Thera, Prof. Sunil Ariyaratne and Sanath Abeysekara.

The film will also be released internationally, especially in countries with large Buddhist populations.

Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

 

Sinhala Comedy Film Thank You Birty by Tenison Cooray at www.sandeshaya.org

Sri Lankan Sinhala Comedy Film Thank You Birty by Tenison Cooray at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Comedy Film Thank You Birty by Tenison Cooray at http://www.sandeshaya.org

Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

Sinhala Comedy Film Thank You Birty Cast
Actor : Sisira Kumarathunga
Actor : Teddy Vidyalankara
Actor : Lal Kumara
Actor : Mahinda Pathirage
Actor : Premadasa Vithanage
Actor : Rajitha Hiran Chamikara
Actress : Susila Kooragama
Actress : Susila Kottage
Actress : Samanthi Lanarole
Actor : Ariyasena Gamage
Actor : Rony Leech
Actor : Wimal Kumara de Kostha
Actress : Manel Wanaguru
Actor : Cleatus Mendis
Actress : Anusha Damayanthi
Actor : Mahendra Perera
Actor : Ananda Wickramage
Main Actress : Nilanthi Dias Karunarathna
Main Actress : Dilhani Ashokamala Ekanayake
Main Actor : Bandu Samarasinghe
Main Actor : Tenison Cooray

Sinhala Comedy Film Thank You Birty Crew
Production Manager : Asoka Ariyarathna
Fight Director : Wasantha Kumarawila
Music Director : Hemapala Rathnayaka
Editor : M.S. Aliman
Make-up Artists : Indika Udara
Art Director : Sumith Hiran
Assistant Director : Donald Jayantha
Producer : Jagath M. Yapa
Script : Tenison Cooray
Story : Tenison Cooray
Director : Tenison Cooray

Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

 

Sinhala Film King Hunther by Udayakantha Warnasuriya at www.sandeshaya.org

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Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

Sinhala Film King Hunther Cast
Sinhala Film King Hunther Actors
Wijaya Nandasiri
Janith Wickramage
Anarkali Akarsha
Sarath Dickubura
Mahendra Perera
Semini Iddamalgoda
Kumara Thirimadura
Somapala Binduhewa
Sanath Gunathilaka
Jayangani Dickubura
Geriraj Kaushalya
Roshana Ondachchi
Himali Siriwardena

Sinhala Film King Hunther Crew
Music
Mahesh Denipitiya
Jananath Warakagoda

Lyricist
Nandana Wickramage
Kelum Srimal
Bandula Nanayakkarawasam

Singing
Uresha Ravihari
Jananath Warakagoda
Sunil Perera
Nalin Perera
Gayan Perera

Dialogue and Screenplay / Director Udayakantha Warnasuriya

Screenplay
Mahesh Rathsara Maddumarachchi
Producer
Dhammika Siriwardena

Executive Producer
Basuru Siriwardena

Director Of Photography
Ruwan Costa

Assistant Director
Nishantha Padmakumara

Production Coordinator
Geriraj Kaushalya

Art Director
Sirinatha Wickramasingha

Production Manager
Nishantha Ranasingha
Srilal Wickramage

Make-up
Indika Udara Lanka

Photography
Indika Mallawarachchi

Choreographer
Shaan Perera

Editor
Ajith Ramanayaka

Costume Designer
Basuru Siriwardena

Dhammika Siriwardana
Alankulama Films headed by Dhammika Siriwardana is making another ‘double’ in 2010. Two movies – King Hunther and Suwanda Denuna Jeewithe – oproduced by Dhammika will be released this year. Dhammika is also making his debut as director with ‘Suwanda Denuna Jeewithe’.

He also produced ‘Rosa Kele’ and ‘Paya Enna Hiruse’.

Dhammika entered the glamour scene producing tele dramas and later took to film production.

Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

 

Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org

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Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

Sinhala Film Ramaseraya Cast
Main Actor : Sriyantha Mendis
Main Actor : Sanath Gunathilaka
Main Actress : Anarkalli Aakarsha Jayatilaka
Actor : Sandun Wijesiri
Main Actress : Oshadie Hewamadduma

Sinhala Film Ramaseraya Crew
Director : Sumith Kumara
Script : Sarath Dharmasiri
Assistant Director : Sanjaya Rathnasingha
Producer : Hemantha Kurumbapitiya
Cinematographer : Ayeshmantha Hettiarachchi
Make-up Artists : Wasantha Wittachchi
Art Director : Sirinatha Wickramasinghe
Music Director : Premasiri Kemadasa

Sinhala Film Ramaseraya Photo Gallery
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org
Sri Lankan Sinhala Film Ramaseraya by Sumith Kumara at www.sandeshaya.org

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Sinhala Film Uyanata Mal Genna by Chandrarathna Mapitigama at www.sandeshaya.org

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Original Article from Sandeshaya Sri Lannka – The Art of Sri Lankan Cinema.

Sinhala Film Uyanata Mal Genna Cast
Main Actor : Sanath Wimalasiri
Main Actress : Umayangana Wickramasinghe
Actor : Thisuna Perera
Actress : Maurine Charuni
Actress : Himali Sayurangi
Actor : Siril Dharmawardana
Actor : Sarath Chandrasiri
Actress : Gayana Sudarshani
Actor : Ravindra Mapitigama
Actor : Rajitha Hiran Chamikara
Actress : Deepani Silva
Actor : Anton Jude
Actress : Anuradha Udayanganee
Actor : Saman Almedha
Actress : Udeni Nadeeka
Actress : Vinoja Nilanthi
Actress : Miyuri Samarasinghe

Sinhala Film Uyanata Mal Genna Crew
Production Manager : Wasantha Edirisingha
Art Director : Chaminda Wellala
Make-up Artists : Asintha Pushpakumara
Producer : Nimali Kapuge
Music Director : Dinesh Subasingha
Editor : Anusha Sanjeewa Janapoorna
Director : Chandrarathna Mapitigama
Assistant Director : Narada Rathnayaka

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