Except Anin, three other friends: Bia, Tata, and Sari are women who are already married and wearing hijab in different styles. Bia, a young designer and a wife of top celebrity chooses to wear fashion hijab. Tata, who is already married to a photographer covers her hair with turban, while Sari is married to Gamal, a man of Arabic descent, and she chooses to wear hijab according to Islamic sharia law. Only Anin who chooses to be free, not wearing hijab and not deciding to get married, yet.
Just like Anin; Bia, Tata, and Sari were independent women in the first place, but after their marriage, they became wives who would always follow everything their husbands says and feel helpless with their own choices. That is why Anin increasingly unwilling to marry despite having had a boyfriend. This four women were actually in a state of helplessness with their choices.
One day, when the women are on an ‘arisan’ or a social gathering, Gamal says: ‘All of these women’s arisan are actually husbands’ arisan, because they use our money to run this gathering.” Tata is offended by what he says, and then she asks her three best friends to go back to the time when they were still single, as independent women. Unexpectedly, Sari and the girls get very excited about it. Without informing their husbands, they start their business by selling hijab online. Bia as the designer, Sari maintains the financial records, Tata and Anin as the marketers.
In three months, their business grows really fast while hijab fashion is becoming a fashion statement in Indonesia. They prove to their husbands that they can be independent like they used to be and their income suddenly get higher than their husband. The husbands feel threatened and their relationship with their families are put to the test.
|Pemain:||Carissa Putri, Tika Bravani, Zaskia Adya Mecca|