Characters: Ravi Alcoholic, Old man Saumya Ravi's daughter Sanjay Ravi's friend Jogi Saumya's boy friend Krishna Visitor (As the curtain opens, there is mellow light on the old man, sitting in his room and sipping a drink and in the background Mozrat's Allegro Motto is being played). Ravi - Oh! What a tangled web, I have woven around myself (hysterical laughter). (Sanjay enters) Sanjay - Hi Buddy! Ravi - Come in Chappy. Take a seat.
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An apple dropped on Isaac Newtonï¿½s head and he went on to unlock the Laws of Motion. Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. It is characterised by the amazing ability to perceive the world in order to discover hidden patterns, to recognise connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena and to thereby generate solutions. Edward de Bono writes, ï¿½Creativity involves breaking out of