Chandiya (film)

Chandiya is a 1965 Sri Lankan action movie directed by Titus Thotawatte.[1] In the country, it was the first of its genre to not borrow from Indian cinema.[2]

Chandiya
Directed byTitus Thotawatte
Screenplay byTitus Thotawatte (story)
Karunaratne Abeysekera (screenplay)
Produced byK. Gunaratnam
StarringGamini Fonseka, H. D. Kulatunga, Anula Karunatillake
Music byKarunaratne Abeysekera (lyrics)
R. Muttusamy (music)
Release date
Sri Lanka March 18, 1965
CountrySri Lanka
LanguageSinhala

PlotEdit

Troubled youth encounters the pressures of city life and villainous characters.

CastEdit

SongsEdit

  • "Manga Hingana Kotath" – Mohideen Baig, Christy Leonard Perera, J. A. Milton Perera and C. T. Fernando
  • "Sakala Sirin Piri" – Christy Leonard Perera
  • "Mangalam Jaya Mangalam" – Mohideen Baig
  • "Unath Dahi Marunath Dahi" – Mohideen Baig, J. A. Milton Perera, Wellu and chorus
  • "Atha Gamak" – Latha Walpola

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "A bad joke from Gamini". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 2021-04-11.
  2. ^ "Gamini was stabbed on the day Chandiya was screened". Sarasaviya. Retrieved 2021-04-11.

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