|Directed by||Sugath Samarakoon |
|Written by||Sugath Samarakoon|
|Produced by||Gayan Ranadheera|
|Starring||Dulani Anuradha |
|Edited by||Ajith Ramanayake|
|Music by||Nadeeka Guruge|
|Distributed by||CEL circuit |
Vijaya Kuweni (Sinhala: විජය කුවේණි) is a 2012 Sri Lankan Sinhala epic biographical history film directed by Sugath Samarakoon and produced by Gayan Ranadheera. It stars Dulani Anuradha and Roger Seneviratne in lead roles along with Cletus Mendis and Buddhadasa Vithanarachchi. Music composed by Nadeeka Guruge. It is the 1162nd Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema.
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- Dulani Anuradha as Kuweni
- Roger Seneviratne as King Vijaya
- Buddhadasa Vithanarachchi as Anurdha Purohita
- Cletus Mendis as Upatissa Purohita
- Sarath Dikkumbura as Vijitha amathi
- Rinsley Weeraratna as Uruwela amathi
- Mervin Silva as Yaksha chief
- Sandun Wijesiri as King Sinhabahu
- Thilak Kumara Rathnayake as Juthindar Senadhipathi
- Wilson Karunaratne as Chief of Yaksha clan
- Sumith Mudannayake as Kalasena
- Anura Dharmasiriwardena as Ranadheegha
- Wasanthi Ranwala as Seesapatika
- Rohitha B. Perera as Udeni amathi
- Rupun Ranadheera as Jeevahatta
- Amandi Sanjana as Disala
- Susil Perera as Prathidhara
- Sandun Wijesiri as Sinhabahu
- Sumith Mudannayaka as King Kalasena
- Sanjaya Samarakoon as Yaksha Kumaru
- Miyuri Samarasinghe
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