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The Hate U Give (2018)Hindi Dubbed

The Hate U Give (2018)Hindi Dubbed

The Hate U Give (2018)Hindi Dubbed

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Director Hindilinks4u:George Tillman Jr.
Producer:Robert Teitel
Production company:Robert Teitel
Music composed by:Dustin O’Halloran
Genre :Adventure, Horror, Fantasy, Thriller
Cast :Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall, Russell Hornsby

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Starr Carter is a 16-year-old American black girl who lives in the fictional, black neighborhood of Garden Heights, but attends a white private school, Williamson Prep. After a gun goes off at a party Starr is attending with Kenya, her brother’s half-sister, Starr is driven home by her childhood best friend, Khalil. While driving home, they are stopped by a white police officer. The officer tells Khalil, who is black, to exit the car; while outside the car, Khalil reaches through the driver-side window to check on Starr and he picks up a hairbrush. The white officer sees Khalil has an object in his hand and fires three shots at Khalil. Starr runs to Khalil and the officer tells Starr to sit then discovers that Khalil had not a gun but a hairbrush.

Khalil’s death becomes a national news story. Starr’s identity as the witness is initially kept secret from about everyone outside Starr’s family – leaving Starr’s two best friends, Hailey Grant and Maya Yang, and Starr’s white boyfriend, Chris, who all attend Williamson Prep together, all unaware of Starr’s connection to the news story. Having to keep this secret weighs on Starr, as does her need to keep her Williamson and Garden Heights personas separate.

Starr agrees to be interviewed on television and to testify in front of a grand jury after being encouraged by a civil rights lawyer, April Ofrah. While defending Khalil’s character during her interview, in which her identity is hidden, she names the King Lords, the gang that controls her neighborhood. The gang retaliates by threatening Starr and her family, forcing them to move in with her Uncle Carlos, who is also a detective. Carlos was a father figure to Starr when her father, Maverick, spent three years in prison for gang activity. Following his release, Maverick left the gang and became the owner of the Garden Heights grocery store where Starr and her half-brother Seven work. Maverick was only allowed to leave the King Lords because his false confession to a crime kept gang leader King from being locked up. King, widely feared in the neighborhood, now lives with Seven’s mother and Seven’s half-sister Kenya, who is friends with Starr.

After a grand jury fails to indict the white officer, Garden Heights erupts into both peaceful protests and riots. The failure of the criminal justice system to hold the officer accountable pushes Starr to take an increasingly public role, including speaking out during the protests, which are met by police in riot gear. Her increasing identification with the people of Garden Heights causes tension with Starr’s school friends and especially with her boyfriend Chris. Starr and Maya eventually start standing up to Hailey’s comments and Chris remains supportive of Starr.

Starr and Seven get trapped in Maverick’s grocery store, which is fire-bombed by King and his gang. The two escape with the help of Maverick and some other Garden Heights business owners. When the police arrive, Starr’s younger brother Sekani points a gun at King. Starr defuses the situation. The community stands up against the King, who goes to jail. Starr eventually promises to keep Khalil’s memory alive and to continue her advocacy against injustice.

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