Kadawunu Poronduwa (1982 film)
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|Directed by||Roy De Silva|
|Produced by||Sumana Amarasinghe|
|Written by||B. A. W. Jayamanne (story)|
|Music by||Sarath Dassanayake|
|Edited by||Kalinga De Silva|
|Distributed by||Torana Home Video|
Kadawunu Poronduwa is a 1982 film directed by Roy De Silva. It is a remake of the first Sinhala film Kadawunu Poronduwa and stars Vijaya Kumaratunga as Samson and Sumana Amarasinghe as Ranjani. It also marks the comedian Sunil Hettiarachchi's film debut.
The film received generally positive reviews and was the most popular film of 1982 in Sri Lanka. For the latter accomplishment, it was presented with a presidential award.
- Vijaya Kumaranatunga as Samson
- Sumana Amarasinghe as Ranjani
- Eddie Jayamanna as Manappuwa(last film)
- Joe Abeywickrama as Hemapala
The movie features songs sung by Rukmani Devi (from the original film), Latha Walpola, Stanley Mallawarachchi, Victor Ratnayake, Neela Wickremasinghe, Eddie Jayamanne (from the original film) and Sujatha Attanayake.
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