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Chetan Bhagat might be the most famous writers of India. His books break the market and ample numbers of copies are sold in the very initial days of release. The pretty girl is always right. But pretty girls behave the best when you ignore them. Of course, they have to know you are ignoring them, for otherwise they may not even know you exist. From here you can either make fast progress or if you play it wrong, you can go down to the lowest category invented by the Indian women ever — rakhi brother. I feel insulted by this sentence, I have a rakhi-sister and we share an amazing bond.
No author in literary history has polarised readers as much as Chetan Bhagat since the release of his first semi-autobiographical book 'Five Point Someone' that touched a nerve with readers debating both his style and the quality of his prose. Bhagat is not a literary elite but no other author has been the subject of both love and scorn in equal measure by Indians who take their fiction seriously. Bhagat has since gone on to become the 'Paperback King' and is credited with starting a cultural revolution that seems to be only intensifying with multiple movie deals and wide media coverage over the years. When his first book 'Five Point Someone' hit the bookstores, possibly every engineering student in the country bought a copy to chuckle at the caricature he drew of their despondent lives torn between score sheets and the abysmal lack of romance. Struggling to meet the demands of some of India's most grueling study courses, these three friends and classmates gravitate towards each other.
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Murali Kumar. You would have never come across a Chetan Bhagat advertisement on television or on the road on your way to office. You would not have found him gracing many literary functions. Yet, he sells. More than the so-called best-sellers, which start off with a few thousand copies in the first couple of weeks and then settle down to 10, copies over a year or so! Make no mistake, the bar just got higher.