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|Directed by||Sanath Abeysekara|
|Produced by||Dr.Daminda Upali Fernando|
|Written by||Sanath Abeysekara|
|Based on||Early Buddhist chronicles|
Jeevan Kumaratunga |
|Music by||Rohana Weerasinghe|
|Edited by||Ravindra Guruge|
|Distributed by||Rithma and CEL Theatres|
|18 May 2011|
|Budget||600 Million LKR|
Mahindagamanaya (Sinhalese: මහින්දාගමනය) is a 2011 Sri Lankan Sinhala historical film directed by Sanath Abeysekara and produced by Dr.Daminda Upali Fernando. It stars Jeevan Kumaratunga, Dilhani Ekanayake in lead roles along with Roshan Ranawana and Roshan Pilapitiya. Music composed by Rohana Weerasinghe. The film was released on 18 May with the 2600th celebration of Sambuddhathva Jayanthiya. It is the 1165th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema.This film was produced under a massive budget of 600 million rupees.
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- Jeevan Kumaratunga as King Devanampiyatissa
- Dilhani Ekanayake as Queen Ramadatta
- Roshan Pilapitiya as Minister Aritta
- Roshan Ranawana as Prince Mahanaga
- Oshadi Hewamadduma as Queen Anula
- Uddika Premarathna as Seru
- Rex Kodippili
- Hemasiri Liyanage as Mantha
- Anula Bulathsinhala as Mantha's wife
- Jayani Senanayake
- Udayanthi Kulatunga as Isikili
- G. R. Perera as Chapman of King's House
- Duleeka Marapana as Magani
- Gnananga Gunawardena as Naga Kovil chanter
- Chinthaka Kulatunga as Dikkanda Senevi
- D. B. Gangodathanna as Devil house chanter
- Kumara Thirimadura as Ilanganaga
- Lakshman Mendis as Chief Priest
- Sanet Dikkumbura as Kali Pabbatha
- Hemal Thirimanne as Bhanduka Upasaka
|1.||"Sethata Apata"||Amarasiri Peiris|
|2.||"Sansare Me Bara"||Uresha Ravihari, Karunaratne Diwulgane|
|3.||"Wanapasa Malwatha"||Nanda Malini|
|4.||"Samindu Wadinawa Bo"||Uresha Ravihari|
- 2012 Derana Lux Film Festival Award for the Best Upcoming Actress - Udayanthi Kulatunga
- 2012 Derana Lux Film Festival Award for the Best Lyrics - Rev. Pallegama Hemarathna for song Sansare Barapodi
- Best director for 2600 Sambuddhathwa Jayanthiya by NFC - Sanath Abeysekara
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