Walapatala (Penumbra) (Sinhala: වලාපටල) is a 2008 Sri Lankan Sinhala drama film directed by Vijitha Gunaratne and co-produced by Kasheyapa Gunarathna and Nelum Gunarathna. It stars Jayalath Manoratne and Jayani Senanayake in lead roles along with Saumya Liyanage and Gamini Haththotuwegama. Music composed by Tharupathi Munasinghe. It is the 1107th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema.
|Directed by||Vijitha Gunaratne|
|Produced by||Kasheyapa Gunarathna |
|Written by||Vijitha Gunaratne|
|Starring||Jayalath Manoratne |
|Music by||Tharupathi Munasinghe|
|Cinematography||K. D. Dayananda|
|Edited by||Ravindra Guruge|
|27 May 2008|
- Jayani Senanayake as Sumana
- Gamini Haththotuwegama as Dr. Manoharan
- Jayalath Manoratne as Council member Victor Jayasundara
- Saumya Liyanage as Dr. Delgoda
- Lal Kularatne as Sergeant Banda
- Palitha Silva as Chartin
- Duleeka Marapana as Sheela
- Deepani Silva as Nurse
- Kumara Thirimadura - uncredited role
- Somasiri Alakolange
- Athula Liyanage as Amarapala
- Anton Jude as Piyasena
- Nalin Pradeep Udawela
- Dharmapriya Dias
- Swarna Mallawarachchi - guest appearance
- 2008 Sarasaviya Award for the Best Director - Vjitha Gunaratne
- 2008 Sarasaviya Award for the Best Supporting Actor - Saumya Liyanage
- 2008 Sarasaviya Award for the Best Art Direction - Lal Harindranath
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