Rocky Balboa Movie Explained In Hindi & Urdu
Rocky V Movie Explained In Hindi & Urdu / Best Boxing Movie
MGM Distribution Co./Sony Pictures Releasing (United States)
20th Century Fox (International)
Rocky Part I
Rocky Part II Movie
Rocky Part III
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Rocky Part V
Based on Characters by Sylvester Stallone
In 2006, Rocky Balboa, now in his 50s and retired from boxing, lives a quiet life as a widower, his wife Adrian having died from cancer four years prior. He now runs a small but successful Italian restaurant named after her, where he regales patrons with tales from his past. He also battles personal demons involving his grief over Adrian’s death and his eroding relationship with his son Robert, now a struggling corporate employee. Paulie, Rocky’s best friend and brother-in-law, continues to support him whenever he can, but is guilt-ridden over his past poor treatment toward his late sister and accuses Rocky of living in the past. Late one night, Rocky meets a woman named Marie, who was once a troublesome young girl Rocky had escorted home 30 years ago. Marie now is a single parent of a teenage son named Stephenson and nicknamed “Steps”, born out of wedlock. Rocky’s friendship with Marie quickly blossoms over the following weeks and he meets and bonds with Steps, providing him with a much-needed buffer for his anguish.
Meanwhile, on the professional boxing circuit, Mason “The Line” Dixon reigns as the undefeated yet unpopular heavyweight world champion, often ridiculed for having never fought a true contender. This leads to tension with the public and his promoters, and encourages him to return to his roots: the small gym he first trained in and his old trainer who sagely tells him that, inevitably, he will earn back his respect through a true opponent that will test him. ESPN later broadcasts a computer simulation of a fight between Rocky (in his prime) and Mason—likened to a modern-day version of The Super Fight—that ends in a disputed KO victory for Balboa, further riling the champ. In contrast, the simulation inspires Rocky to take up boxing again, an intention that goes public when he successfully renews his boxing license. Dixon’s promoters pitch the idea of holding a charity exhibition bout at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas to bolster Dixon’s floundering popularity. With some hesitation, both men agree to the match, creating a media buzz that stabs at Rocky’s age and Dixon’s credibility. Robert later makes an effort to discourage Rocky from fighting, blaming his own personal failings on his father’s celebrity shadow, but Rocky rebukes him with some profound advice: that to succeed in life “it ain’t about how hard you hit – it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward,” and that blaming others will not help him. The next day, father and son meet over Adrian’s grave and reconcile; Robert has quit his job to be at Rocky’s side. Rocky sets straight to training with Apollo Creed’s (and later his) old trainer, Duke, who quickly surmises that Rocky can only compete by building his strength and punching power as much as possible, Dixon easily dominates the first round, only to injure his left hand on Rocky’s hip in the second. Rocky then makes a dramatic comeback, knocking Mason down, and surprising the audience with his prowess and chin despite his age. The two combatants beat each other severely throughout the full 10 rounds, ending with both men still standing, although Rocky gets the last punch. Rocky thanks an appreciative Dixon for the match and tells him that he is a great champion, while the audience applauds the two fighters. The result is announced as Rocky exits the ring with his family and friends: a win for Dixon by a close split decision, but Rocky clearly doesn’t mind the outcome and the crowd gives him a final standing ovation. In the closing shot, Rocky returns home and visits Adrian’s grave again, thanking her for helping him; “Yo Adrian, we did it. We did it.” As the credits roll, an inset features people running up the Rocky Steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in response to a call from the director to do so for the film.