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Root Of The Problem (2019) Film Explained in Hindi/Urdu | Plant Gives Money Summarized हिन्दी

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Root Of The Problem (2019) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Drama Thriller film “Root of Problem: Plant Gives Money” story summari...

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Root Of The Problem (2019) Thriller movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The American Drama Thriller film “Root of Problem: Plant Gives Money” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation voiceover. The plot is about a man 'Paul' who works as a real estate agent. His stingy behavior irritated his family. One day, his wife learns of her uncle's death and her uncle has left her a plant in inheritance. Seeing this, they become agitated, and "Paul" refuses to let the plant into the house. Later, while watering the plant, "Paul" discovers that it harvests money. It gives him $100 and then continues to give him money, which "Paul" conceals from his family. His wife becomes suspicious of him and frequently questions him about where he gets this much money. He has changed his appearance and started wearing nice clothes and has become more open-handed. He even gave money to that unemployed person and donated it to the church.

But in the meantime, a detective begins pursuing him because he is suspected of engaging in bad activity. Soon, "Paul" discovers that his uncle is similar to him in that he is unhappy despite having money. So "Paul" takes a U-turn and decides something big. After the climax he is now enjoying a happy life with his family. Everyone cheers for "Paul," and then he is shown taking a vacation with his family, signalling the end of the film.

My Review: I think it's a wonderful story with a heartfelt message. In a dark period, this film depicted an absolutely gorgeous lesson. Yes, I agree that the movie has a low budget, but I think the director did an excellent job with what they had. It's a great popcorn movie to watch with the whole family at home. The acting was very fluid, and I thought it conveyed more true emotion.

Credits:
Images and footage Source: Indie Film
Director: Scott Corban Sikma
Screenplay or written by: Joanne Sikma
Editor: Bridget Durnford

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