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Drona is a 2008 Indian Superhero film starring Abhishek Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra, Jaya Bachchan, and Kay Kay Menon. Drona has been described as a Harry Potter meets Indiana Jones movie, but with an original story. Drona will display hundreds of top notch special effects shots that were worked on by EyeQube headed by Charles Darby and David Bush. Drona will also feature Indian martial arts such as: Kalaripayat,Chhau,Gatka, and sword fighting. Drona was filmed in exotic locations in Prague, Bikaner, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Namibia. Drona released worldwide on October 2, 2008.
Rooted in the vibrant tapestry of Indian mythology, Drona is the compelling modern tale of one man's spectacular voyage through the labyrinths of mystic myths and legendary legacies. Of a journey that will force him to face his fears and make him the hero he was born to become.From the times, when time itself was a newborn baby, the universe has kept one secret carefully camouflaged within its folds. A secret, which if unraveled, could unlock the destruction of mankind and the entire cosmos.Today, only one man can protect the universe's precious secret and thus, save the human race from absolute annihilation.
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