Kalpanthe sihinayak hd sinhala movie trailer a dream beyond the horizon
Kalpanthe Sihinayak (Sinhalese: කල්පාන්තයේ සිහිනයක්) is a 2007 Sri Lankan Sinhala fantasy thriller film directed by Channa Perera and co-produced by Sherly Wijesinghe, Sunethra Balasuriya, Harsha Gamathige and Asela Amarasiri for Sriwe Entertainment. It stars Channa Perera and debutant actress Chaithra Chandranth in lead roles along with Sanath Gunathilake and Hemasiri Liyanage. Music co-composed by Rohana Weerasinghe and Nadeeka Guruge. It is the 1115th Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema.
The movie's plot is based on a King Ravana's missing Ancestry Book which was hidden for more than 5,000 years.
Kalpanthe sihinayak trailer adream beyond the horizon
It is essentially a love story between an architect and a beautiful village girl. The architect, Kalpa (Channa), travels to a hill country village for work and it is there that meets Menaka (Chaithra). Kalpana faces many challenges with a local group of thugs secretly investigating King Ravan's Ancestry Book. Menaka is a part of Ravan's Ancestry. Her father was murdered by some hidden enemies because of a conflict over a secret document regarding the Ravan Ancestry. Kalpa gets more intrigued about this matter and turns to the monk at the village temple for advice.
The journey to the truth is full of challenges and along the way the duo fall in love.
Channa Perera as Kalpa Wickramasinghe
Chaithra Chandranth as Menaka aka Menu
Sanath Gunathilake as Mapa
Iranganie Serasinghe as Menu's elder mother
Hemasiri Liyanage as Village monk
Nihal Fernando as CID officer
Sandun Wijesiri as Jayatunga
Himali Sayurangi as Padmi
D. B. Gangodathanna
Gunadasa Madurasinghe as Salesman
Saman Almeida as Hilton
The music is a collaboration between Dr. Rohana Weerasinghe and Dinesh Subasinghe. Weerasinghe provided the background score and two songs for the film, whilst Subasinghe prepared the love theme music, the title song and the theatrical trailer music. The vocals were provided by Uresha Raviharee, Sumudu Nimantha Munasinghe, Udaya Wickramasinghe and Ranjan Saliya.