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1.) Revolution 2020
In the small and historic town of Varanasi in India, two boys Raghav and Gopal fall in love with the same girl, Aarti. Both of them are intelligent, ambitious and are the best of friends, but destiny has something else in store for them. One of them wants to use his intelligence to make a lot of money and the other wants to create a revolution; but again, their plans are disrupted by their love.
The story starts when Gopal rises as the director of a new engineering college opened in Varanasi, with the power of MLA Shukla, a corrupt politician. He uses the legally strangled land of his uncle to manipulate and build the college. Raghav, on the other hand, completes his engineering and joins the largest selling newspaper Dainik as an intern. He starts shedding light on all the wrongdoings of Shukla and exposes him in public.
Who will win her love towards the end? Will Raghav's crusade against the corrupt system fail?
A wedding in India is a complex affair that involves more than just the bride and groom - it includes every member of both the families. Chetan Bhagats 2 States is the authors personal account of the challenges that he and his wife faced in convincing their parents to agree to their love marriage.
The novel is a hilarious take on the complications that arise within Indian families, especially when youngsters from diverse backgrounds fall in love and decide to tie the knot. As Bhagat aptly portrays, not only should the couple be willing to wed, but their families have to accept the union too!
Bhagat belts out a quirky and witty novel thats peppered with humor, and the contrast of a Punjabi and Tamilian household is brought out through this book.
3.) Five Point Someone: What Not To Do At IIT
In the novel, Chetan Bhagat strikes a chord in the hearts of millions of parents and students across the country with his description of the often senselessly tough and inevitably unimaginative academic life in the country.
The Three Mistakes of My Life is the story of three youngsters who dream big. The hero of the tale is Govind. Like every youngster in Gujarat where the story is set his dream is to be a successful businessman. He joins hands with his closes friends Ish and Omi to open a shop selling cricket equipment. The reason for this business venture is simple they all consider cricket to be the first priority in life. Ish, a cricket fanatic has given up his NDA training and is at a loose end. Omi is neither as intelligent nor ambitious as his two friends. All he wants is to escape his pre-ordained destiny of being a temple priest and to hang out with his friends.
The three friends do seem to succeed in their business venture initially. But then life happens. Religion, earthquake, politics and dangerous love push their friendship and their business venture into a downward spiral. Will they pick up the broken pieces and succeed? Or will life refuse to give them a second chance? The book explores whether making mistakes can be fatal and if the dark reality of life can override the passion of an individual's dreams.
5.) One Night @ The Call Center
In his latest book, What Young India Wants, Chetan Bhagat asks hard questions, demands answers and presents solutions for a better, more prosperous India.
Why do our students regularly commit suicide?
Why is there so much corruption in India?
Cant our political parties ever work together?
Does our vote make any difference at all?
We love our India, but shouldnt some things be different?
What Young India Wants is based on Chetan Bhagats vast experience as a very successful writer and motivational speaker. In clear, simple prose, and with great insight, he analyses some of the complex issues facing modern India, offers solutions and invites discussion on them. And, at the end, he asks this important question: Unless we are all in agreement on what it is going to take to make our country better, how will things ever change? Non-fiction If you want to understand contemporary India, the problems that face it, and want to be a part of the solution, What Young India Wants is the book for you.