Gods of Egypt (2016) Fantasy movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Thriller Fantasy film “God’s of Egypt and monsters” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is about some good and some bad mighty titan powers. We have been shown the Immortal Egyptian God ‘Horus’ who take great care of mortal people who are associated with them. Every single soul is happy with them too. The survival of humans gets worse when the unforgiving ‘Set’ who used to live in the underworld gets back to earth to control all the Gods. He is called God of Darkness, which removes many titan Gods from his ruthless magical powers on his way. He removes the eyes of ‘Horus’ and makes him incarcerated somewhere in a distant place. After that, people living in the Egyptian Empire are greatly victimized and they also get enslaved. A mortal boy who wants to stop all this destruction decides to bring back ‘Horus the God of Air’ from that hidden place so that he can compete against this oppression.

Gods of Egypt is a 2016 film directed by Alex Proyas (Full Thriller Movie Explained in Hindi). We also see the scene of people passing after life, the concept of Heaven and Hell. Apart from this, we see Ox like deadly monsters and 2 big sized snakes who are eager to eat anybody on their way. All of heaven is at war while all of creation is at stake. You must watch this movie because it tells us about the mythology, but remember this is just a fantasy action based story. Many people call it a good movie on the basis of fun, thrill and action.

I would say that it is considered as an underrated movie, which Critic has not done so much. You should appreciate this film’s adventurous storyline, action scenes and the acting of the cast, especially in front of big teeth monsters who look like giant snakes. I am sure that you do not bore till end. If you were at that young boy’s place (who saved Horus), would you go to this adventurous journey? Please Like, Share and Subscribe.


Images and footage Source: Thunder Road Pictures
Director: Alex Proyas
Producer: Alex Proyas and Basil Iwanyk
Based on: Ancient Egyptian deities

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