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Lightning strikes are rare and uncommon cause of admissions into the hospitals of Pakistan. It affects every organ of the body but cardiac effects of lightning can be benign to life threatening. This case report account a case of healthy young female, who was struck by lightning in Mithi Tharparkar, developed electrocardiographic changes and prolongation of QT interval along with moderate left ventricular systolic dysfunction with segmental wall motion abnormalities on echocardiography with positive cardiac biomarkers. Angiography was done to rule out any coronary injury but it revealed normal coronaries. We kept her on follow-up which was uneventful and these changes reverted back to normal over a course of three months.