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A Mermaid in Paris (2020) Film Explained in Hindi/Urdu Summarized हिन्दी

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The Mermaid in Paris (2020) Fantasy movie explained in Hindi Urdu. The French Fiction Romantic film “A Mermaid in Paris” story summarized with a complete ending in हिन्दी explanation. The plot is about a mermaid who is discovered unconscious near the sea. A man named "Sam" brings her to the hospital because she has been injured, but while there, she sings a sweet but lethal song, leading to the death of a doctor. When she returns home, the mermaid tells her that she will die if she is away from the sea for more than two days. But "Sam" looks after her and promises to send her back as soon as possible. That mermaid begins singing her song again, but when she notices that it has no effect on "Sam," she is surprised and realizes that Sam's heart is emotionless. They soon eventually discover they have fallen in love with each other, but their fate isn't on their side. As "Sam" leaves her back in the sea, his heart starts aching. Did he make the correct decision to sacrifice himself in order to save the mermaid?

You must watch the full movie to find out if he survives without her and if he made the right decision. This film is a mix of romantic drama and fantasy, and the mermaid character is well-played. Everything seemed so natural, and the fairytale created in this film is just ravishing, and I loved the scene where the mermaid's tears turned into pearls. I would be the wealthiest person on the planet if I had met a mermaid. Aside from the jokes, this movie is Just awesome.

Images and footage Source: EuropaCorp, and Sony Pictures Releasing
Directed by: Mathias Malzieu
Original Name of the movie: Une sirene a Paris (France)

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