Gulliver’s Travels (2010) + Antboy (2013) (2012) Film Explained in Hindi/Urdu Summarized हिन्दी
Gulliver’s Travels (2010) + Antboy (2013) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Fantasy Thriller film “Gulliver’s Travels+Antboy ” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot of the first movie is based on a man named 'Lemuel Gulliver', who works for a newspaper company. He believes he is a loser, just like his other companions, but he does not want to leave this company. So he decides to go to the Bermuda Triangle to write about his experience. From here Gulliver’s Travels begins. When he arrives, a storm appears and he is transported into the world of tiny people. Those Mini size people were in the midst of a war, they took advantage of Lemuel, who became their hero due to his enormous size. He wasn't prepared for this because he couldn't fight. He was being non serious until a massive robot approached him. You must have seen this movie because it is so entertaining and well-known. It is a fantasy adventure fantasy movie that will undoubtedly make you smile.
On the other hand, Antboy is a 12-year-old boy in the film. When an ant bites him, he gains superpowers. He doesn't tell anyone about it and keeps it a secret. He and his friend decide to use his abilities to defeat their adversary and a villain. When Ant boy encounters the villain, he faces numerous challenges, but he possesses the abilities to combat him. How is he going to beat him? You should see the film to find out. I recommend this movie to everyone because it is appropriate for all ages. It's a generic superhero story that will keep you entertained. People who enjoy novels and action will enjoy this movie as well. You will definitely become caught up in it while watching it. So, what are you holding out for?
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