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Vampires 1998 Movie In Hindi


Vampires 1998 Movie in Hindi




Vampires is a 1998 American horror thriller film directed by John Carpenter and starring James Woods, Daniel Baldwin, Sheryl Lee, Thomas Ian Griffith, and Maximilian Schell. It is based on the novel Vampire$ by John Steakley. The film follows a team of vampire hunters led by Jack Crow, who seek to prevent a powerful ancient vampire from obtaining a sacred relic that would allow him to walk in daylight.


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The film was released in the United States on October 30, 1998 and received mixed reviews from critics. It was a moderate box office success, grossing $20.3 million against a budget of $20 million. It spawned two sequels, Vampires: Los Muertos (2002) and Vampires: The Turning (2005), neither of which were directed by Carpenter or featured any of the original cast.


Plot Summary




Jack Crow and his team of vampire hunters, funded by the Vatican, raid a nest of vampires in a New Mexico desert. They manage to kill all the vampires except for the master, Valek, who escapes and slaughters most of Crow's men. Crow and his surviving partner Montoya take a prostitute named Katrina, who was bitten by Valek, to a motel. They hope to use her as a psychic link to track down Valek.


Crow meets with Cardinal Alba, who informs him that Valek is an ancient vampire who was created by a secret Catholic rite that attempted to turn him into a human-vampire hybrid. The rite was interrupted by a sunrise, which made Valek invulnerable to sunlight but also prevented him from completing his transformation. Valek is now seeking the Berziers Cross, a relic that contains the blood of the original vampires. If he uses it to perform the rite again, he will be able to turn himself and other vampires into daywalkers.


Crow and Montoya are attacked by Valek and his minions at the motel. They manage to escape with Katrina, who is slowly turning into a vampire. They also rescue a young priest named Father Adam Guiteau, who was sent by the Vatican to assist them. They learn that Alba has betrayed them and is working with Valek, who has kidnapped the cross. They track them down to an old Spanish mission, where Valek plans to perform the rite with the help of Alba and several other renegade priests.


Crow and his allies storm the mission and fight their way through the vampires. Crow confronts Alba and kills him with his own cross. Montoya is bitten by Katrina, who has fully turned into a vampire. He decides to stay with her and let her feed on him. Guiteau finds the cross and tries to destroy it, but is stopped by Valek. Crow arrives and engages Valek in a final showdown. He impales Valek with a wooden stake and then uses the cross to set him on fire, destroying him for good.


Crow retrieves the cross and leaves with Guiteau. Montoya and Katrina drive away in Crow's car, planning to start a new life together as vampires.


Hindi Dubbed Version




The film was dubbed in Hindi and released in India under the title Vampires: Ek Anokhi Kahani (Vampires: A Unique Story). The Hindi version features some changes in the dialogue and names of the characters. For example, Jack Crow is renamed Jack Singh, Montoya is renamed Monty, Katrina is renamed Kajal, and Valek is renamed Vikram.


The Hindi version also adds some songs and comedy scenes to appeal to the Indian audience. For instance, there is a song sequence where Monty and Kajal dance together in a nightclub while Jack Singh watches them suspiciously. There is also a scene where Jack Singh tries to explain to Father Guiteau what vampires are, but Guiteau misunderstands him and thinks he is talking about bats.


The Hindi version was released on DVD and YouTube . It has received mostly negative reviews from Indian critics and viewers, who criticized it for being poorly dubbed, edited, and adapted.[description]


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