Maharaja Ajasath (Sinhala: මහරජ අජාසත්) is a 2015 Sri Lankan Sinhala epic biographical film directed by Sanath Abeysekara and produced by Sunil T. Fernando for Sunil T. Films. It stars Jeevan Kumaratunga, Gayan Wikramathilake, and Palitha Silva in lead roles along with Sabeetha Perera and Hashini Gonagala. Music co-composed by Rohana Weerasinghe and Ranga Dassanayaka. A special screening was taken place prior to original screening at Tharangani Cinema Hall, at National Film Coroporation of Sri Lanka for Buddhist Monks.
|Maharaja Ajasath |
|Directed by||Sanath Abeysekara|
|Produced by||Sunil T. Films|
|Written by||Sanath Abeysekara|
|Based on||Written chronicles|
|Starring||Jeevan Kumaratunga |
|Music by||Rohana Weerasinghe |
|Edited by||Ravindra Guruge|
|21 August 2015|
The film reveals the story of King Ajasath, who lived during the period of Lord Buddha in Magadha Empire, North India and was the cause of the death of his father to achieve the throne. He later went to the refuge of the Dharma.
This article needs a plot summary. (March 2017)
- Jeevan Kumaratunga as King Bimbisara
- Sabeetha Perera as Kosala Devi
- Gayan Wikramathilake as Maharaja Ajasath
- Palitha Silva as Rev. Devadatta Thero
- Nadeeka Gunasekara as Kakawalli
- Hashini Gonagala as Princess Vajira
- Robin Fernando as Purohitha
- Rex Kodippili as Purohitha
- Roshan Ranawana as Sonu
- Cletus Mendis as Purohitha
- Wasantha Kumaravila as Maha Senavi
- G. R. Perera as Mahamathya
- Menaka Maduwanthi as Badirawathi
- Geetha Kanthi Jayakody as Punna
- Gnananga Gunawardena
- Manel Chandralatha as Servant
- Lucien Bulathsinhala as Acharya, Who name make Ajasaththa
|1.||"Epa Walapenna Ma Priya Devi"||Ishak Beg|
|2.||"Divya Dunnada Atharin"||Sanath Abeysekara||Shanika Madumali, Amila Perera|
|3.||"Kala Pawakdo Me Bawe"||Ve. Ellawala Medhananda Thero||Ishak Beg|
|4.||"Sath Pata Dalwa"||Sunil Dharmasena||Uresha Ravihari|
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