Draupadi has always been a celebrated character of the epic of Mahabharata and many myths, conventions and perceptions have been associated with her in various versions of her life story. This play takes excerpts from the story of Draupadi as known to everybody and adds imaginative sequences that bring out the real essence of association between Draupadi and today's women. This juxtaposing makes this work fit to be called an imaginative retelling of certain chapters from Draupadi's life.
This play take place in an Indian village in late 1960s. A bunch of playful females of a large family of Haryanvi rural performers decide to play Draupadi in the absence of the males of the family. In the process, they discover how closely their lives are a reflection of Draupadi's life. This intense story unfolds seamlessly, making the production a literary marvel presented in a visually-appealing manner. Like all other productions of the society, this play also features folk music.