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Hollow Man (2000) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Thriller Horror movie 'HollowMan' story summarized with a full ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is about a scientist named 'Sebastian' who was assigned the task of making the things invisible by the military. He Succeeded in developing a serum that would make any living thing invisible. But the problem arose here was that once the thing got invisible it never got visible again. Sebastian worked hard an succeeded in developing a medicine that made invisible things to appear again. He ran the experiment on a chimpanzee who was was invisible but got visible after being injected the Sebastian's medicine. Sebastian had to present his advancements in front of military where he lies about his research and asks for more time for executing the research. Linda and Mathew inquired him of his lie. He replied that I would test the medicine results on human being. He selects himself for the experiment and becomes invisible after the medicine was infused in his blood. After being invisible Sebastian becomes a changed person. He could barely bear the lights. After three days he was given the medicine so that he may be visible again but the medicine never worked for him this time. He was much anxious upon his colleagues whom he held responsible for his sufferings. His colleagues develop a mask for him so that they could see him. He wanted to visit outside. He comes back to his home wearing that mask and stares at the girl he used to stare before. When Linda visits his home she finds his mask there and gets worried about the situation as Sebastian started to exploit others. This movie covers Sebastian’s evil approaches where he kills his fellow workers so that no body could know about his invisibility. Please Like, Share and Subscribe. Credits: Images and footage Source: Colombia Tri-Star Home Entertainment Director: Paul Verhoeven Producer: Douglas Wick Writer: Gary Scot Thompson, Andrew Marlowe 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.