Mata Thama Mathakai Sinhala Move
Mata Thama Mathakai Sinhala Movie
Mata Thama Mathakai (English: I Still Remember) is a 2005 Sri Lankan drama film directed by Sunil Soma Peiris and starring Mohan Hettiarachchi, Sapna Roshini, Rex Kodippili and Kapila Sigera. The film revolves around the lives of four friends who face various challenges and hardships in their pursuit of love, happiness and success.
The film begins with Willie Jayasundara (Rex Kodippili), a successful businessman, returning to his hometown after many years. He meets his old friends Ruwan (Mohan Hettiarachchi), a struggling musician, Abey (Kapila Sigera), a drug addict and gang leader, and Teacher (Sando Harris), a school teacher. They reminisce about their past and how they have changed over the years.
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The film then flashes back to their childhood, when they were inseparable friends who shared a common passion for music. They formed a band called Mata Thama Mathakai and dreamed of becoming famous. However, their lives took different turns as they grew up and faced various obstacles. Willie left the country to pursue his studies and career abroad, Ruwan fell in love with Sapna (Sapna Roshini), a beautiful dancer who was already engaged to another man, Abey got involved in drugs and crime, and Teacher remained loyal to his profession and family.
The film then returns to the present, where Willie invites his friends to join him for a reunion concert. He also reveals that he has cancer and does not have much time left. He wants to fulfill his childhood dream of performing with his band one last time. His friends agree to support him, but they also have to deal with their own problems. Ruwan is still in love with Sapna, who is now married to a wealthy businessman, but unhappy. Abey is wanted by the police and his rivals for his illegal activities. Teacher is facing pressure from his wife and parents to quit his job and move to the city.
The film ends with the concert, where Mata Thama Mathakai performs their songs in front of a large audience. They receive a standing ovation and are praised by the media. Willie dies shortly after the concert, leaving behind a letter for his friends, thanking them for their friendship and asking them to live their lives to the fullest. Ruwan decides to pursue his music career and confesses his feelings to Sapna, who leaves her husband and joins him. Abey surrenders to the police and vows to reform himself. Teacher decides to stay in his hometown and continue teaching.
Rex Kodippili as Willie Jayasundara
Mohan Hettiarachchi as Ruwan
Sapna Roshini as Sapna
Kapila Sigera as Abey / Lokka
Sando Harris as Teacher
Sisira Kumarathunga as Asha's Thaththa
Nimal Caldera as Mudalali
Inoka Perera as Inoka
Vinu Wettamuni as Vinu
Sarath Samarawickrama as Sarath
Don Leela as Don Leela
Ranjith Perera as Ranjith
Thamara Roshini as Thamara
Thanuja Weerasuriya as Thanuja
The film was produced by Sunil Soma Peiris, who also wrote the screenplay based on a story by K.M. Lingam. The film was shot in various locations in Sri Lanka, including Colombo, Kandy, Galle and Nuwara Eliya. The cinematography was done by M.H. Gafoor and Lalith Thomas, while the editing was done by Kumarasiri de Silva. The art direction was done by Sarath Samarawickrama, while the makeup was done by Sarath Ranaweera.
The film features original songs composed by Mohan Hettiarachchi and performed by the cast members. The songs include "Mata Thama Mathakai", "Sapna", "Lokka", "Teacher" and "Willie". The lyrics were written by K.M. Lingam, Sunil Soma Peiris and Mohan Hettiarachchi. The music was arranged by Rohana Weerasinghe and recorded at Sooriya Studios.
The film was released on 25 November 2005 and received positive reviews from critics and audiences. The film was praised for its realistic portrayal of the social issues and challenges faced by the youth in Sri Lanka, as well as its emotional and musical appeal. The film was also appreciated for its performances, especially by Rex Kodippili, Mohan Hettiarachchi and Sapna Roshini. The film was a commercial success, grossing over Rs. 50 million at the box office. The film also won several awards, including the Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Music Director and Best Song awards at the Sarasaviya Film Festival in 2006.