Resident Evil 4 Afterlife (2010) Film Explained in Hindi/Urdu | Residant Evil 4 Summarized हिन्दी
Resident Evil 4 Afterlife (2010) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Zombie Horror Thriller film “Resident Evil 4” story summarized with a full ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is about the character 'Alice' who is one of the finest Zombies executioner and the most dangerous mutant assassins. She has difficulty encountering both minor and major infected zombies. But now she's going to have to go to some safe place. She also meets some of the survivors on this journey. Some people support her and some are against her.In the beginning of the movie Resident Evil: Afterlife a.k.a 4th part, it's shown that a girl has been infected with T-virus as the movie starts. And that girl bites a man out there. There is widespread growth of the virus, all of which are transformed into zombies. The whole city of Tokyo was infectious because of the virus. After that, some gunmen come to the scene and they're killing the infected zombies. They also inform the owner of "Umbrella Corporation" whose name is Albert. That the circumstances of the city have improved to some degree. "Umbrella Corporation" was the pharmaceutical company that produced T-Virus. In the meantime, someone is killing those gunmen.When Albert knows that his companions gunmen are being killed, Then he makes his zone blocked. "Umbrella Corporation" branch in Tokyo is also shown which was vast. The laboratory was also vast there. Having the threat of his life, Albert manages a strict security. All gates are closed. At the same time, movies' main character Alice appears there. Alice is not alone there but she had brought her identical girls with her. Let's enjoy the full story of this movie for more. Please Like, Share and Subscribe.Credits: Images and footage Source: Sony Pictures Releasing and Constantin FilmDirector: Paul AndersonProducer: Jeremy Bolt and Robert KulzerEdited by: Niven HowieWriter: Paul W. S. Anders by 'Capcom'Disclaimer: Any footage in this video has only been used to communicate a message (understandable) to the audience. According to my knowledge, it’s a fair use under reviews and commentary section. We don't plan to violate anyone's right. Thanks.