Small Soldiers (1998) + Downsizing (2017) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Adventurous Thriller miniature size film Small Soldiers and Downsizing story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. In this video, we are going to present two different plots. In the first tale, we see a teenage boy ‘Alan’ who buys some action figures. These include some commandos, while on the other side are some other toys. There is a computer chip inside the small toys, due to which these toys become alive. On one side there is a group of soldiers and on the other side there is a group of Gorgonites. These two groups are known enemies of each other. There is a lot of fighting between these two. But in the meantime, the main hero boy, his family and his friends are caught during the battle of these living action figures. These small size military toys are also very dangerous for humans. While the friendly group leader wants to protect people and their remaining companions. Please Like, Share and Subscribe.
The second story is about a therapist who is living happily with his wife. This is the time when people reduce their body size so that they can become rich. The willing want to miniature their full body size to live in small communities. It has become a fashion, so the therapist also shrinks his body according to scientific method. This process is irreversible. These people used to think that if they become small then they will be able to use natural resources for a long time. But with time, the therapist “Paul” finds that there are many problems in staying at a tiny place. Living here is also not so easy, there are some different challenges here too.
Both these movies are about small sized events, i.e. in the first film, we see small soldier toys which is kind of story of adventure and action. In the second, we see normal human beings changing into mini humans as per their own wish. It show us the reality of humans nature.
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