You’re not working about only PHP working here @jaikrishna.t, but Laravel is a framework for PHP, so it can be used here.
Looking at the system requirements, our hosting meets all of them, so I don’t know why it wouldn’t work.
Have you tried checking for error messages or logs to figure out what’s causing the 500 error? What did you find?
I can try to help you with this, but the script seems to be gone and the domain moved elsewhere, which makes it hard to do so.
I would also like to remind you that using pirated software here is strictly forbidden, and grounds for immediate and permanent termination of your service. And if you did pay the $29 license fee for this software, you could also spend a little bit more on paid hosting to get a better experience.
Nobody here is going to search through all your PHP files, understand them, and fix whatever error you are having for free. Maybe if you got an error message, or located a specific section of your code, then we could help.
If you want someone to fix the code without any other knowledge, you are going to have to find, and then pay, someone to do that.
Because this is free supprt and hosting. Everyone in the community here are not masters in the software you never mentioned in the first place . If you paid for the software why not ask the developer directly? That should have been your first step of troubleshooting.