I Feel Happy When I See Everyone Cheering For Ram And Laxman Over My Dead Body

The Logical Indian

October 22nd, 2015 / 7:31 PM

Source: Humans of Chandigarh

“I have been playing Ravana for more than 20 years now. I am bored of it, and there isn’t any good money in it either.

But I do it for the audience. All the eyes are on me when I am on stage, little kids get to know what evil means, they laugh when I get beaten down. I feel happy when I see everyone cheering for Ram and Laxman over my dead body.

That’s the moment I get to know that I did a good job  and this feeling brings me back every year to play Ravana again and again.”


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