Dutugamunu also known as Dutthagamani and Gamani Abhaya ("fearless Gamini"), was a Sinhalese king of Sri Lanka who reigned from 161 BC to 137 BC. He is renowned for defeating and ... See full summary »
Mille Soya, is a film depicting a dangerous and hazardous journey by a young Sri Lankan group to rich Europe. They are subject to deceptions by the intermediaries, betrayals by friends, arrests while crossing the borders and even death.
Vadeesha Devaminda Wickramanayaka is a highly creative and sensitive young music student in his school. A special love letter that he finds accidentally, written by Punya, a women, more ... See full summary »
After the Gonagala massacre by the LTTE, the villagers are about to flee their village. The village monk persuades them to stay, with the support of a schoolteacher, who later manages to get the village guards trained by the military.
I don't know what made this movie a relatively popular because 5 minutes after starting the movie I was really bored and I just continued only hoping it would become interesting by any minute, but sadly ended without giving any meaning to the whole story. Maybe it got our undue attention solely because it was prohibited in SriLanka.
Either the plot was so terrible or the Director must have had some flight of ideas which he didn't even bothered to connect to each other.
There were some cinematographic scenes but most of the time it doesn't give any meaning to the story. The acting of the main characters was good Specially Kaushalya, Chaminda & Gayesha. Gayesha has done a really good job here as an upcoming actress. Overall it's a movie really not worth watching or not even for prohibition.
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