@Tabeer - Usually when you drop a laptop - 2 parts are the most possible to break - the motherboard and the hard disk drive. (depends on how it was dropped / angle / height etc.).
If your laptop worked for 5 to 10 minutes then that is good. At least it was working somehow. Some part keeping things in their place might be loose or broken that could have caused displacement in some time.
The real question is - did you drop the laptop while it was working or when it was OFF?
If you dropped it while the hard disk was working, then only partial recovery is possible - you have to take it to an expert who disassembles laptop hard drives, so he can check if everything is in place - are there broken parts. If there are things that are broken, you are going to need a hard disk that is almost identical to yours in terms of physical parts. So, those parts can be used to make your hard disk working again or at least for a limited time - so they can copy and get any files from it. Then reassemble the new drive so it can be working.
It all comes to finding out what happened by taking out the pieces and looking inside your laptop's hardware. The problem might be something else or there could be a number of problems. Or just a simple displacement of part and all it takes is reseating them to their places.
But taking apart of your laptop must be done by somebody who knows about dismantling hard drives. There are cables and parts that are delicate, and if broken can be irreperable if you can't find a replacement.