Friday, 30 December 2016 was an exciting day for the talented students of class VIII of Delhi Public School Surat as they all waited eagerly in Sanjeev Kumar Auditorium, dressed in colourful costumes. The budding actors were ready to show off their acting and dancing skills during the Annual Drama Fest. The programme began on a musical note with an instrumental fusion of Rajasthani folk and western music. This was followed by a vocal rendition by the young singers. The English play ‘India Beckons’ showed how the scions of wealthy NRI families from America adapt themselves to life in India. It showed the glorious and colourful culture of India. The young Americans learnt Indian values and their experiences in India made them change their perception of India. The English drama was followed by the Hindi Play, 'Inspector Matadin Chand Par' which was basically a scathing satire commenting on the issues of corruption and exploitation prevalent in present day India.