I Am Mother (2019) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The Australian Sci-Fi Thriller film “I am Mother: Robot” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is about a robot mother and her grown up human daughter after the extinction event in the designed laboratory. Robot mother grows the embryo and keeps her safe in the laboratory from the contaminated World. She teaches her ethics, code of conduct and also conducts many tests for her to measure her ability. With the passage of time, the daughter is curious to know about the outside World exactly after having a look at a living rat. But the mother robot never let daughter step outside. According to the mother robot, the World is barren and with no population.
One day, a weird injured lady enters the laboratory's airlock and instils negativity in the daughter's head, explaining that the robot mother just intends to exploit you to harm others. At last, the daughter knows in reality that three kids have already been killed by the robot mother when she discovers a burnt jaw of a kid in the furnace. Being worried, she wants to leave the lab with that strange lady even though knowing about her new brother whose embryo is in process.
When the daughter reaches the outer world, she realizes that the odd lady was deceiving her and that there was no sign of the populace outside. So she returns back to the bunker. Knowing the evil side of robot mother, she shoots her down and takes the charge of her newborn brother there. Now she begins to treat his brother as a mother and also thinks to hold the responsibility of other embryos. I think, I would definitely recommend giving this a watch. This is by far one of the best movies I’ve seen this year. The film goes beyond and above in all of my estimations.
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