Batman: The Dark Knight (2008) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Superhero Thriller film “Batman The Dark Knight” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The Plot is about the battle between criminal mastermind Joker and the Batman. Crimes are now over inside Gotham City because Batman has eliminated all the crimes with the help of his smartness and gadgets like batmobile. The leftover goons sign the contract with a psychopathic criminal named Joker. Because this dual identity Clown can go to any extent to kill Batman. The city also has a lawyer named Harvey Dent. He caught many crime gangs with his ability and got them locked up in jail.
Now this was the opportunity for the Joker to once again wreak havoc in the city. First of all, he does a robbery in the bank from where he loots a lot of money. All the goons of the city start to respect him. Because only he can compete against Batman and in reality the same thing happens, he gives a lot of difficult time to Batman. Our Deadly Clown i.e. Joker has no rules in life but Batman has only one rule, that he will not harm anyone. The Joker makes it his mission that he will break this rule of Batman.
This movie is directed by Christopher Nolan who is one of the famous directors. I have liked some of Joker’s dialogues like why so serious? This story is about a night before dawn where there is darkness everywhere and this world is without any rules. Even today, this film ‘Dark Knight’ is fun to watch and my favorite actor ‘Heath Ledger’ has performed the character of Joker in many good ways. Apart from this, the IMDB ratings of the film also come in the top movies. Please Like, Share and Subscribe.
Images and footage Source: DC Comics Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures
Director: Christopher Nolan
Producer: Emma Thomas
Editor: Lee Smith
Writer and screenplay: Jonathan Nolan
Cinematographer: Wally Pfister
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