LXG: League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Horror Thriller film “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is about a famous adventurer and heroic leader who makes a team of some legends who possesses astonishing powers. All the members who have joined this extraordinary league are just like any superhero. First comes ‘Captain Nemo’ inside the Gentlemen team, who is very much a genius and a great swordsman. Second comes ‘Mina’, who is a beautiful but dangerous vampire. She can read human’s mind. Apart from that, she has telepathic connections supremacies as well. One of their companions can make himself invisible who is the unseen assassin. Other ‘Dr. Jekyll’ can transform him into giant savage beast with some magic potion.

All of the aforementioned super heroes face a dreadful foe known as ‘Fantom’. If he is not stopped then he has the potential to start a World War. Because he is very clever and has advanced technology. Like in the beginning, an army tank was used to carry out a bank robbery. Stopping a massive tank was no easy task. In reality, “Fantom” was the mastermind behind the attacks on various countries.

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, also promoted as LXG, is a 2003 dieselpunk superhero film (Full Thriller Movie Explained in Hindi). The power of seven become a league of one! Be ready for the extraordinary. If we look at the box office figures, I don’t think the audience loved it as much. However, this film is pretty good for fans of the Dark Cinematic Universe, in which I am also involved. I have found this film amazing to be like its LXG Comic. You should watch it because if any film entertains you from beginning to end, then I think it is a good picture.

Images and footage Source: Angry Films, and 20th Century Fox
Director: Stephen Norrington
Based on: (Same Name) by Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill
Edited by: Paul Rubell
Producer: Sean Connery

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