What Happened to Monday (2017) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The French Fiction Thriller film “What Happened to Monday” a.k.a Seven Sisters story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is of a time when the world has grown a lot of population. The government decides that there will be only one child in every house. A person who has more than one child in the house, the government kills that child forever. But once 7 identical sisters are born. Their father hides this fact from the Government. The father of daughter very cleverly raises them and keeps everyone’s name on weekdays so that no one is suspicious. There is a lot of danger in this. But to avoid government execution orders, ‘Settman’ gives complete training to her daughters (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday). Will he be able to succeed to achieve his objective? All these sisters used to go out of the house every day in connection with work. They use the same makeup, same identical hairstyle. So that everyone feels that she is the same girl.

On the other hand, the government becomes suspicious of them. These sisters start disappearing one by one. First of all, Monday is lost from the radar. What would it have happened to her? You must watch this thrill-filled film. Even today, this movie is as unique as it was released. The amazing acting of the actress ‘Noomi Rapace’ is very good and the storyline shown by the director does not let us get bored. Seven Sisters. One Identity! Please Like, Share and Subscribe.

Credits:
Images and footage Source: SND Films and Raffaella Productions
Director: Tommy Wirkola
Producer: Raffaella De Laurentiis,
Edited by: Alex Luna

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