Arjun: The Warrior Prince
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I didn't see any problems here. They've pruned the original story quite drastically in order to avoid having to explain anything from the original story that might be awkward for modern viewers. Draupadi appears only as the wife of Arjun.

A number of battle scenes, both against demons and humans, where heads are chopped off and people are killed with arrows. At one point Arjun's brother beats a man to death. We do not see this, but we do see the blood spatters. Arjun is troubled by this, but more troubled that he isn't sure he has the courage to do this, than by the idea of killing in this way.

In addition to cartoon battle and war violence, there is a scene with a burning building with very realistic flames, that might be frightening for some children. No one is killed by the fire.


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