Chuhal is a Hindi play written by Manav Kaul. This production is a joint venture between Kissago Theatre and Kriti stories, directed by Pallavi Verma and starring Shailja Chaturvedi as Aarti and Jonas David as Sudheer, who are also the protagonists of the play. The story starts when Sudheer comes to ‘see’ Aarti for marriage and goes on to evaluate, through these two characters, the existentialist tussle between what one has to be and what one wants to be, how one wishes to live. Aarti has this unusual idea of role-playing each other in order to momentarily be what they each wish to be. It turns out to be more than just ‘Chuhal’ (meaning playful tease) and starts getting serious. But, does it help them answer their questions? Does it raise more questions? Does it end?