Now You Are Watching Toy Story 2 in urdu.If You Have Any Kind OF Problem In Watching Video Then Comment Us.If You Like Our Website Then Share It With Your Friends.
A few years after the events in Toy Story, Woody prepares to go to cowboy camp with Andy, but his right arm is accidentally ripped. Andy decides to leave him behind, and his mother puts him on the shelf. After Woody has a nightmare about Andy throwing him in a trashcan full of arms, he discovers that a penguin toy named Wheezy has been on the shelf for months because of a broken squeaker. When Woody saves Wheezy from a yard sale, he is stolen by a toy collector whom Buzz Lightyear and the other toys recognize from a commercial as Al McWhiggin, the greedy owner of a toy shop called Al's Toy Barn. Buzz, Hamm, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Dog, and Rex set out to rescue Woody.
In Al's apartment, Woody discovers that he is a valuable collectible based on a 1950's TV show called Woody's Roundup, and is set to be sold to a toy museum in Tokyo, Japan. The other toys from the show - Jessie the yodeling cowgirl, Woody's horse Bullseye, and Stinky Pete the Prospector, are excited about the trip, but Woody intends to go home because he is Andy's toy. Jessie, who is afraid of the dark, is upset with him as the museum will only be interested in the collection if Woody's in it; without him, they will go back into storage. That night, when Woody's whole arm comes off, his attempt to retrieve it and escape is foiled when the TV comes on. Woody, seeing the remote in front of Jessie, accuses her of sabotaging his escape despite her denying it. The following morning, Woody's arm is reconnected and he learns that Jessie was once the beloved toy of a child named Emily who eventually outgrew and gave her away. Stinky Pete morosely warns him that the same fate awaits him when Andy grows up and tells him that he'll last forever in the museum. This convinces Woody to stay, now believing that all toys eventually get discarded by their owners.
Meanwhile, Buzz and the other toys reach Al's Toy Barn. While searching the store for Woody, Buzz is imprisoned by a newer Buzz Lightyear action figure with a belt, that thinks itself a real space ranger, as Buzz did in the original film. The new Buzz joins the other toys, mistaking him as their Buzz, and they make their way to Al's apartment after discovering his plan. The real Buzz escapes from Al's Toy Barn and pursues them but unknowingly releases an action figure of his archenemy Emperor Zurg who follows him. Buzz rejoins the others, proving he's the real Buzz, as they find Woody, who refuses to return because he wants to avoid the fate of getting discarded by Andy. Buzz reminds Woody of "a toy's true purpose" and warns him that in the museum, he will never be played by a child again. After seeing himself played by a boy on the television, Woody changes his mind and asks the Roundup toys to come with him. However, Stinky Pete prevents their escape and reveals that he wants to go to Japan because he spent his life on a dime store shelf and was never sold. To ensure this, he made sure Woody would not go home, also revealing that he was responsible for sabotaging his escape the previous night and framed Jessie for it.
Al arrives and takes Woody and the Roundup toys with him, forcing both Buzz Lightyears and Andy's toys to follow him. They reach an elevator where they encounter Zurg who fights the new Buzz until he is knocked off the elevator by Rex. When they reach the ground floor, the new Buzz stays to play with Zurg once he discovers that Zurg is his father while Buzz and the other toys continue their pursuit of Al. Accompanied by three toy Aliens, they steal a Pizza Planet delivery truck and follow Al to Tri-County International Airport where they enter the baggage processing area to find Woody and the Roundup toys. Stinky Pete rips Woody's right arm and tries to mutilate him, but is stuffed into a little girl's Barbie backpack by Buzz and the other toys. While Woody and Bullseye are saved, Jessie ends up on the plane for Japan. Assisted by Buzz and Bullseye, Woody boards the plane and convinces Jessie to come with them to Andy's house, only for the plane to start up before they can escape. However, they leave through an emergency hatch with help from Woody's pullstring, landing on Bullseye just as the plane takes off, allowing the toys to go home.
Andy returns home from cowboy camp and repairs Woody's torn arm. Thinking his mother bought Jessie, Bullseye, and the Aliens, Andy accepts them as his new toys. The toys also learn from a commercial that Al's business has suffered due to his failure to sell the Roundup toys. As Jessie and Bullseye delight in having a new owner, Woody tells Buzz that he is not worried about Andy discarding him, because when he does, they will always have each other for company. Meanwhile, Wheezy has also been fixed and ends the film with a Sinatra style version of "You've Got a Friend in Me."
- Host Server 1-Videoweed