Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order (12 Books)

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order (12 Books)

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Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order (12 Books )


1. Five Point Someone (2004)

Five Point Someone, Chetan Bhagat’s debut novel, is a hilarious and relatable story of three engineering students at IIT Delhi who struggle with the pressures of academic life and their own personal aspirations. The novel is written in a simple and engaging style, making it an easy read for young adults.

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order - Five Point Someone

2. One Night at the Call Center (2005)

One Night at the Call Center offers a glimpse into the lives of young call center employees in India. The novel explores themes of love, friendship, and ambition, all set against the backdrop of the outsourcing boom in India.

 Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order - One Night at the Call Center

3. The 3 Mistakes of My Life (2008)

The 3 Mistakes of My Life is a coming-of-age story about a young man who makes three major mistakes in his life. The novel is a poignant and thought-provoking exploration of friendship, love, and loss.

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order - The 3 Mistakes of My Life

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order (12 Books)

4. 2 States (2009)

2 States is a romantic comedy about a young couple from different states in India who fall in love and face opposition from their families. The novel is a lighthearted and entertaining read, and it offers a glimpse into the challenges of intercaste marriages in India.

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order - 2 States

5. Revolution 2020 (2011)

Revolution 2020 is a non-fiction book about the social and political challenges facing India. The book is written in a clear and concise style, and it provides an insightful analysis of India’s current state of affairs.

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order - Revolution 2020

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6. What Young India Wants (2012)

What Young India Wants is a collection of essays by Chetan Bhagat on the aspirations of young Indians. The essays cover a wide range of topics, including education, employment, and politics.

Chetan Bhagat Books Review - What Young India Wants

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order (12 Books)

7. Half Girlfriend (2014)

Half Girlfriend is a romantic story about a young man from a small town in India who falls in love with a rich and beautiful woman from Delhi. The novel is a bittersweet tale of love, loss, and social class.

Half Girlfriend

8. Making India Awesome (2015)

Making India Awesome is a non-fiction book about how to make India a better place. The book outlines Bhagat’s vision for India’s future and provides concrete suggestions for how to achieve it.

Making India Awesome

9. One Indian Girl (2016)

One Indian Girl is a novel about a young woman in India who fights for her right to education. The novel is an inspiring story of courage and determination.

Chetan Bhagat Books Review- One Indian Girl

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order (12 Books)

10. The Girl in Room 105 (2018)

The Girl in Room 105 is a thriller about a young man who investigates the disappearance of a girl from his hostel. The novel is a suspenseful and gripping read.

Chetan Bhagat Books Review- The Girl in Room 105

11. India Positive (2020)

India Positive is a non-fiction book about the positive aspects of India. The book highlights India’s achievements and strengths, and it offers a message of hope for the country’s future.

India Positive

12. 400 Days (2022)

400 Days is a non-fiction book about the COVID-19 pandemic in India. The book provides a first-hand account of the pandemic’s impact on the country, and it offers insights into the challenges and opportunities that India faces as it recovers from the pandemic.

400 Days

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order (12 Books)

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order (12 Books)

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order

Chetan Bhagat Books Review in Order

Chetan Bhagat is an Indian Author, columnist, screen-writer, film producer and motivational speaker. He is best known for his novels, which have sold over 50 million copies worldwide and been translated into 38 languages.
His novels often explore themes of young India, social issues, education and romance.
Five of his novels have been adapted into Bollywood films.

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