Splice (2009) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Thriller Horror film “Splices” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The Plot is about 2 scientists who does genetically experiments on different hybrid species inside their lab. Such as Changes in animals and plants. Both of them think that why not change the DNA of humans but their seniors refuse them to do so. But they still keep experimenting to change and splicing to human DNA in secret. Because it seemed that by doing this, they would get the big achievement. Apart from this, they will be able to help humanity a lot. Finally, their experiment is successful and they make living creature that looks exactly like humans. They name it ‘Dren’. This creature looks like a girl with tail who is very sharp in intelligence and is also beautiful to look at. You can say amazing physical attributes. A girl born with the help of science experiences same feelings like other common girls and with time, her desire increases. There comes a time that this creature becomes very much deadly, it becomes a danger to everyone. Especially, for both those scientists who brought her alive to this world. Please Like, Share and Subscribe.
In this film, we are shown a secret experiment that breaks the laws of science and we see the hybrid human being formed from an animal. This girl is not a human being at all. Is this a science mistake or huge achievement? You should watch this movie. Some of you will consider it a death, some will consider it a victory of science. Even today, this movie is also adored by many people because they loved the concept of love to monster. This is a classic film, anyone who likes Sci Fi or thriller movies is going to like this picture very much. Although this story is quite disturbing, but its unique story compels us to watch this film till the end. Will the ‘Dren’ be good for everyone or will become one of their worst nightmare?
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Director: Vincenzo Natali
Writer: Doug Taylor and Antoinette Terry Bryant,
Producer: Steven Hoban
Cinematographer; Tetsuo Nagata
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