Sri Mahalakshmi

Sri Mahalakshmi is a 2007 Indian Telugu language suspense thriller film written and directed by Fightmaster Vijayan starring Srihari and Shamna.The film was produced under the banner of Srihari's Production house Sri Chalana Chitra.[citation needed].[1][2][3] The film is a remake of 2006 Malayalam film Chinthamani Kolacase starring Suresh Gopi and Bhavana.

Sri Mahalakshmi
Directed byFightmaster Vijayan
Produced bySanthi Srihari
Written byAK Sajan
Krishneswara Rao (dialogues)
Suhasini Mani Ratnam
Sayaji Shinde
Music byMani Sharma
CinematographyVijay C Kumar
Edited byGowtam Raju
Sri Chalana Chitra
Distributed bySri Chalana Chitra
Release date
  • 4 May 2007 (2007-05-04)


Lakshmi Krishna Devaraya aka LK (Srihari), is a famous advocate, always fights on behalf of criminals and helps them win their cases. However, LK believes that he was the envoy of God and implements the real justice after the court acquits them by killing the accused in the name of cosmic justice. His sister (Suhasini) always encourages him in every case. In fact, LK's parents committed suicide after not receiving justice in the court for the rape of their daughter, which motivated LK to be a vigilante. Sri Mahalakshmi (Shamna), an MBBS student, is the daughter of a teacher Sambamurthy (Sri Tilakan). She is killed by some nine NRI girls who call themselves as the Mirchi Girls. Their parents meet LK and urge him to save their children who were fixed in a murder case. LK makes a thorough research on the subject and gets the girls acquitted. During the trial it is proved that Sri Mahalakshmi is an adopted daughter. But in his personal inquiry, LK finds that the hostel matron Olga Rose Mary (Sana), medical college principal Bhogendra Bhalla and public prosecutor Janardhan (Sayaji Shinde) were behind Sri Mahalakshmi's death. It is Janardhan and Bhalla who raped the girl which led to her death but imposed the case on the NRI girls. Finally LK implements the cosmic justice by killing all three of the accused.



  1. ^ "Sri Mahalakshmi". Retrieved 7 October 2014.
  2. ^ "Sri Mahalakshmi". Retrieved 7 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Sri Mahalakshmi". Retrieved 7 October 2014.