Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 6 mins

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Inspired by the incredible true story of Lucky Singh, an extremely charismatic and fearless confidence man and thief who socialized with the rich, famous and influential of Delhi society and then proceeded to rob them blind. He was the bête noire of the police and had stolen millions by the time he was caught. A modern day Robin Hood with a twist, he robbed both the rich and the poor without prejudice. Nothing was too big nor was anything too insignificant to escape his attention. The film opens with his trial and charts his rise from the projects of crime ridden suburban Delhi to the very heart of the corridors of power. Along the way he makes lifelong friends, falls in love an manages to outwit the entire law and order machinery.
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Did you know? Almost all the songs have the word 'Jugni' in them. 'Jugni' is Punjabi for 'My darling'. Read More
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as Lovinder 'Lucky' Singh
as Devender Singh
as Mrs. Handa
as Young Bangali
as Lucky's older brother
as Young Lovinder 'Lucky' Singh
as Bangali
as Kuki
as Reema
as Sonal
as Sonal's mother
as Lucky's father / Gogi Bhai / Dr. Handa
as Deepak Vij
as Sippa's wife
as Babul Awasthi
as Criminal Reporter
as Kukreja
as Dolly
as Pooja Luthra
as SHO at Confession




Production Company
Executive Producer
Associate Producer
Line Producer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography


Production Designer


Casting Director

Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer


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Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35:1, 2.39:1 (Scope)
Music Label: T-Series

Music Director: Sneha Khanwalkar
Lyricist: Kanu Behl, Venu Isc
Playback Singer: Des Raj Lakhani
Movie Connection(s):
Referenced in: Lahu Ke Do Rang (Hindi)
Lucky's character is based on a real Delhi thief who was caught by the police with 200 stolen sarees. The local media presented him as 'Superchor' (Super Thief) which inspired the film's song 'Superchor'.

All the songs in the movie are either composed by director Dibakar Banarjee or their lyrics are written by him.

The name of the featured school is the same as the school in which director Dibakar Banerjee studied as a teenager.

Almost all the songs have the word 'Jugni' in them. 'Jugni' is Punjabi for 'My darling'.