Our life is a theatre performance. Some moments are rehearsed, while some are spontaneous; there is happiness, there are tears; sometimes we perform alone, and sometimes there are others on the ‘stage’ too. These roles are unavoidable and we all have to play them. Actors, however, go a step beyond. They play other peoples’ parts as well. This ability of showing a change ‘outwardly’ without internally undergoing that change, and while relating yourself to something to the extent of being convincing enough to influence others, is the beauty of drama.