Lakshmi

  • 1982




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Lakshmi is a 1982 Hindi-language Drama motion picture written by Faiz- Salim, Sahir Ludhianvi, Kaifi Azmi and Indeevar. The movie is directed by B.s.thapa and produced by Raja & Desai under the banner of Roy Films. Lakshmi features Raj Babbar, Reena Roy, Ranjeet, Ranjit Barot, Ezekiel Nadira, Danny Denzongpa and Shivraj. The screenplay is written by B.S.Thapa. The music was composed by Usha Khanna. Cinematography was done by Ramchandra and editing by K. Nanda. The film has a running time of 134 min. It was released on 11th August 1982. Lakshmi was made on a budget of ₹4 crore and at the box office it grossed only ₹29 lakh.

A drama film directed by BS Thapa.
Where to Watch Lakshmi? Full movie is streaming online in HD on Zee 5.

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Release Date 11 AUG 1982
Budget ₹ 4 CRORES
Language

Hindi

Genre

Drama

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