Draupadi is bored of Heaven. Yes, it's beautiful and perfumed and perfect, but it�s been a few thousand years of the same thing every day. There is only one way to escape: Krishna. He can never say no to her. So she gets her gang of women together - Amba, Kunti and frenemy Gandhari and off they go to New Delhi, on Earth, where so much has changed and so much remains the same. Kunti grows attached to a street urchin, Draupadi lands up in a television studio, Amba finds the one thing that could never be hers in heaven and Gandhari... well, she's got something to say about all of it. Thirty days are all they have for their adventure, and time's running out fast. But can they really leave when the party�s just started?
About the Author
Trisha Das is the author of The Mahabharata Re-imagined, The Art of the Television Interview and the internationally acclaimed How to Write a Documentary Script. She has written and directed over forty documentaries in her filmmaking career. Trisha has also won an Indian National Film Award (2005) and was UGA's 'International Artist of the year' (2003). Her films have been broadcast on the Discovery Channel, the STAR Network, NDTV, Doordarshan, and screened in Indian and international film festivals, university campuses and conferences all over the world. She lives in Singapore on the outside and on another planet on the inside.
Ratings and Reviews
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It's an entertaining read. The ending is a little Bollywood type but it's enjoyable on the whole.