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Lucky Bisht Height, Age, Family, Biography

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Religion: Hinduism
Age: 36 Years
Hometown: Nainital, Uttarakhand

Lucky Bisht

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Real NameLaxman Singh Bisht
Other names• Laxman Lucky Bisht
• Lucky Bisht Commando
• Agent Lima
Profession(s)Former R&AW Agent, Retired NSG Commando, Filmmaker, Scriptwriter
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)5' 6" (168 cm)
Eye ColourLight Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Military Career
Service/Branch• Indian Army
• National Security Guard (NSG)
RankLance Havildar (Commando)
Service Years2004 - 23 February 2019
Intelligence Service
OrganisationResearch and Analysis Wing (R&AW)
BranchSecret Service
Career
DebutHindi Short Film (as a producer): 3D Night (2019)
3D Night (2019)'s poster
Hindi Web Series (as a producer): Super Laundeys (2019) on YouTube
Poster of Super Laundeys (2019)
Hindi Music Album (as a producer): Ehsaas (2019)
A poster of Ehsaas
Hindi Film (as a writer): Victoria Cross Gabbar Singh Negi (announced in 2020)
Poster of Victoria Cross Gabbar Singh Negi
Personal Life
Date of Birth1 June 1988 (Wednesday)
Age (as of 2024)36 Years
BirthplaceGangolihat, Pithoragarh district, Uttar Pradesh (now in Uttarakhand)
Zodiac signGemini
NationalityIndian
HometownNainital, Uttarakhand
SchoolKendriya Vidyalaya No. 5, Mansarovar, Jaipur, Rajasthan
College/UniversityDid not attend
Educational Qualification11th pass
ReligionHinduism
CasteRajput
Food HabitVegetarian/Non-Vegetarian
Political InclinationBharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
HobbiesReading, Travelling
ControversyAccused of Double Murder
Lucky was arrested by the Uttarakhand Police from Nainital in 2011 while he had gone home on a leave. According to cops, Lucky was involved in the murders of Raju Pargai and Amit Arya. He reportedly killed the duo with one bullet to the head.
Luxky's photo taken when he was in jail
The police, in its charge sheet, claimed that they had found Lucky's pistol's holster from the site of the murder. Lucky, however, denied the claim. He stayed in jail till 2015 and was acquitted in 2018. Lucky claimed that the law enforcement agencies kept him in the jail for four years without evidence and mentally tortured him by not his letting close relatives meet him.
Social MediaInstagram
Facebook
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Family
ParentsFather- Retired army personnel
Mother- Homemaker
SiblingsA photo of Lucky's sister and brother-in-law
SiblingsGrandfather- Indian Army personnel, died in the 1971 Indo-Pak War
Style Quotient
Car CollectionMaruti Suzuki Swift
Lucky Bisht with his Maruti Suzuki Swift
Bike CollectionKTM RC 200
Bisht on his KTM RC 200

Lucky Bisht

Some Lesser Known Facts About Lucky Bisht

  • Lucky Bisht was born into a family that has served in the Indian military for generations.
  • He is a follower of Goddess Kamakhya.
  • After spending the initial years of his childhood in Uttarakhand, Lucky shifted to Mansarovar in Jaipur, Rajasthan, where he completed his formal education.

    A photo of Lucky taken when he was in school

    A photo of Lucky taken when he was in school

  • When he was 16 years old, he attended a recruitment rally of the Indian Army in Nagaland.
  • Bisht was initially unsure about the decision to join the Indian Army. He, however, decided to give it a try after his parents motivated him,
  • Bisht also said that he decided to go to Nagaland after his parents told him that they would give Rs. 600 to him, which he thought he would spend lavishly in a year if he did not get selected for the army.
  • After getting selected for the army, he underwent basic military training and joined the Border Road Organisations (BRO) as a non-commissioned officer at the age of 18.
  • In 2004, he became a member of the Secret Service branch of the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW). He received training at several military institutions across India before beginning his career in the agency.
  • His first posting as an R&AW agent was in Nagaland, where he worked on gathering information about the insurgent groups, like NSCN and ULFA, operating in the northeastern parts of India.
  • As an agent, he served many overseas tenures in countries like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Congo. He undertook many secret operations on behalf of the Indian government.
  • After some time, he was sent to Israel, where he was trained to become a sniper/marksman by the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) special forces. He was among the few Indians chosen to attend the course. He trained with special forces of different countries in Israel from 2004 to mid-2006.
  • He was later sent to Karnataka, where he received advanced commando training at the Commando School.

    A group photo of officers and NCOs taken after the completion of the Commando Course in Belgaum

    A group photo of officers and NCOs taken after the completion of the Commando Course in Belgaum

  • He also underwent specialised training in explosive engineering, espionage tactics, and battlefield craft.
  • Bisht has also served at Army War College in Mhow and Assam Rifles (a paramilitary force operating under the guidance of the Indian Army in the north east).

    Lucky Bisht's photo taken when he was serving in the Assam Rifles

    Lucky Bisht’s photo taken when he was serving in the Assam Rifles

  • After serving in R&AW for some time, he was selected to undergo training for the National Security Guard (NSG) at Manesar.
  • He then joined the Special Ranger Group (SRG) of the NSG. SRG protects VVIP individuals such as Chief Ministers, Prime Ministers, and the President.

    A photo of Lucky Bisht taken while he was serving in the Special Ranger Group (SRG)

    A photo of Lucky Bisht taken while he was serving in the Special Ranger Group (SRG)

  • Due to his specialisation, Lucky served as the Principal Security Officer (PSO) from 2007 to 2011 of Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he was the CM of Gujarat. He also served in the security detail of President Barack Obama when he visited India in 2010.

    Lucky Bisht with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the certificate of appreciation he received for serving as the bodyguard of Modi

    Lucky Bisht with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the certificate of appreciation he received for serving as the bodyguard of Modi

  • He then served with the 21st Special Forces Battalion (Para SF) in the northeast. He led an important operation under which he captured a huge cache of weapons belonging to the militants and received a commendation from the Eastern Army commander.
  • In 2009, he was declared as the Best NSG Commando.
  • He later was appointed as a bomb expert at the National Bomb Data Center of the NSG.
  • In 2011, he was arrested by the Uttarakhand Police on the charges of double murder.
  • He reportedly was transferred frequently from one jail to another eleven times.
  • While he was in jail from 2011 to 2015, his service was suspended from the armed forces. Despite the suspension, he used to receive 50 per cent of his actual salary.
  • In 2018, he rejoined his military service but resigned in 2019 to pursue a career in the Hindi film industry.

    A photo of Lucky taken when he was in NSG

    A photo of Lucky taken when he was in NSG

  • According to him, he was once offered to join Chhota Rajan. He also received offers to join D. P. Yadav and Prakash Pandey’s criminal groups.
  • After he refused the offer to work for Rajan, Bisht began receiving threats from the Chhota Rajan gang.
  • In a podcast, Lucky Bisht revealed that the Chinese Premiere Zhou Enlai, who died in a plane crash, was killed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
  • After leaving the forces, he relocated to Mumbai, where he worked as a scriptwriter for some time at Adit Sharma’s Flying Hat Productions.
  • In 2019, he launched his film production company Lucky Commando Films (LCF).
  • Under the banner of LCF, he has produced many Hindi films such as The Maniac (2019), Kaun Saab (Who is it?) (2019), Acche Din (2019), and Omaya (2019).
  • He revealed, in an interview, that he has often been accused of killing more than 159 High-value Targets (HVTs) in Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Africa. This has led to him being referred to as a contract killer and not an intelligence officer.
  • As per sources, he was called Agent Lima when he was in R&AW. However, he has denied having this name as a codename.
  • Lucky has also served as an intelligence officer in many United Nations (UN) peacekeeping missions in various countries.
  • Lucky had a girlfriend who left him when he was imprisoned in 2011. He did not tell her about being an R&AW agent and told her he used to work in a call centre.
  • In 2022, he announced that he would produce a film titled Victoria Cross Gabbar Singh Negi.
  • In 2024, a book, R.A.W. Hitman: The Real Story of Agent Lima by Hussain Zaidi, on the life of Lucky Bisht was published.

    Lucky posing for a photo with the book R.A.W. Hitman: The Real Story of Agent Lima

    Lucky posing for a photo with the book R.A.W. Hitman: The Real Story of Agent Lima

  • Lucky Bisht is multi-lingual and is fluent in Hindi, Garhwali, Kumaoni, and Chinese languages.
  • He is an avid animal lover and owns a pet dog named Dollar.

    Lucky Bisht posing for a photo with his pet dog Dollar

    Lucky Bisht posing for a photo with his pet dog Dollar

  • During his service in the military, Lucky Bisht is credited with 139 confirmed sniper kills, making him one of the most proficient marksmen in the world.