Cheriyo Darling චෙරියෝ ඩාලින්

Cheriyo Darling is a 1996 Sri Lankan Sinhala romantic comedy film directed by Roy de Silva and co-produced by director himself with his wife Sumana Amarasinghe for RS Films. It is the third film of Cheriyo film series, which is sequel to Cheriyo Captain. It stars Joe Abeywickrama, Dilhani Ekanayake and Damith Fonseka in lead roles along with Bandu Samarasinghe, Tennison Cooray and Freddie Silva. Music for the film is done by Somapala Rathnayake. It is the 863rd Sri Lankan film in the Sinhala cinema.


The film centering on the incidents occur when a popular actress Miss Sweetie (Dilhani) attends to the mental hospital run by Professor (Joe). All the male workers at the hospital start to flirt around her to win her heart. Meanwhile, Sweetie's boyfriend (Damith) enters to the hospital with a fake mental illness. However, after series of comedy incidents Gulliver (Bertrum) and his henchman rushed to the hospital and looking to kidnap Miss Sweeties. With the final battle initiated by hotel workers, Gulliver flees with his troop and Miss Sweetie joins with her boyfriend and leave the hospital.