Drupadi is adapted from the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata. This movie depicts the story of Drupadi, the wife of five brothers known as the Pandawas. One fateful night, the Pandawa ...
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Tells us about a girl named Larasati, trying to fulfill her deceased mother's last wish to deliver a box filled with letters from her past to an old guy lived in Prague. A story about forgiveness, tying loose end and bond.
Drupadi is adapted from the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata. This movie depicts the story of Drupadi, the wife of five brothers known as the Pandawas. One fateful night, the Pandawa brothers are invited to a dice game against the Kurawa brothers. Sakuni, the Kurawas' uncle, had arranged the dice game, playing against Yudhistira, the eldest of the Pandawas. Yudhistira loses all his wealth, along with his kingdom. As a result, he gambles his brothers, himself, and finally Drupadi, into servitude. Struggling for her freedom, Drupadi repeatedly questions Yudhistira's right to place her at stake when he himself had lost his freedom. At the end, this movie is not just about Drupadi's story, as in the modern world, it also serves as a symbol of woman who believes in a just and equal world.Written by
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