Here are five things that I liked about 'One Indian Girl" by Chetan Bhagat - Blank Slate Chronicles

Here are five things that I liked about ‘One Indian Girl” by Chetan Bhagat

http://aquanetta.pl/?kostromesp=opcje-binarne-a-urzad-skarbowy&c90=eb Chetan Bhagat, as most literary enthusiasts would concur, is not a great writer. While he considers himself to be the voice of the Indian youth, no sane person has ever accepted this claim.

get link In a way, he resembles Salman Khan. No one, in their right minds, acknowledge that they like him, and yet he is the epitome of success (conventional success, for the critics). Undoubtedly, Chetan’s business acumen is one of the best in the Indian publishing industry. His business degree came in handy in his marketing efforts of brand Bhagat. So, when this poster-boy of see Desi literary business declared that he’ll write a novel with a female protagonist, it piqued my interest enough for me to pre-order it. Okay, now you can go ahead and judge me. A lot.

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