• The Film

    An exquisite Cinematic Treat

    The Epic cinematic master piece, woven around the time tested legend of "Prince Siddartha" unveiled at 45 cinemas island wide...

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  • Pre-Launch

    Meeting The Stars

    There was much sparkle and a keen sense of excitement when a pre-launch celebration took place..

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  • Premiere

    24th Jan 2013

    President Rajapaksa inaugurates the Sri Siddhartha Gautama Film Directed by Saman Weeraman at the Tharangani Hall in Colombo...

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  • Stars With H.E

    At Temple Trees

    President hosted a gala dinner at Temple Trees Residence for the Cast and Crew of Sri Siddhartha Gautama...

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  • Media

    The preview to the media, managed to touch the hearts and minds of all present in packed location. The movie established its outstanding ability to spell bind the audience and emotionally connect with them...

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A Timeless Epic Movie based on the life of Prince Siddhartha, who later became the founder of Buddhism, was created in Sri Lanka. This was a movie which went through numerous scripts, directors, actors, etc, until everything fell into place in 2012. This movie is a Sri Lankan production with locations and crew selected from Sri Lanka. However, for four of the principal characters, Indian actors were selected after much effort. All the rest of the actors are from Sri Lanka.

"Sri Siddhartha Gautama" movie became pioneer movie in Sri Lanka to create two permanent movie sets for the film. Further it became unique in its costumes which were created through knots, wraps and drapes of material rather than sewn cloth. There are many more outstanding features in this movie which are shared through the pages of this site. This is a record of the tears, frustrations, achievements, problems and other milestones of the movie. Here you can follow the footsteps of this classic Cinematic creation through its long journey.  

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