Laatu

Movie, 2018, 115 minutes
Laatu
A man who hopes to bring light to his village must compete with an officer from the electricity department to win over the love of his life.
The movie Laatu was released in 2018 and lasts 115 minutes. Suitable for children ages 7 and older This movie is Romantic.
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Laatu on IMDB

Score: 5.6 of the 10

It is a satirical take on a battle against government & its employees who are unwilling to work for the betterment & welfare of society. From the panchayat to the employees in electricity ...

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Audio: Punjabi [Original]
Subtitles: English

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