Wed, 18 Apr 2012 05:45:26 GMT | By Melody Oei
15 Most loveable movie princesses


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Princess of Rouran

You're all too familiar with Disney's Mulan but are you with the Princess of Rouran in director Jingle Ma's "Mulan"?

In his version, Mulan is the daughter of former soldier during the Northern Wei Dynasty; she teams with the Rouran princess in order to keep peace between the Wei and Rouran tribes.

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