New Delhi: Chetan Bhagat is one of the most popular authors in the fiction category in recent times in India. Known as a novelist, columnist, script writer, motivational speaker, and a youth icon, Bhagat has penned down novels that have tasted tremendous popularity and success among Indian audiences.
Born in Delhi in a middle class Punjabi family, Bhagat did most of his education in the national capital. After studying at the Army Public School, Dhaula Kuan, he opted to do mechanical engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. After pursuing engineering he studied management at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad. His abilities got recognized at IIM-Ahmedabad …show more content…
When others were doing excursions, Bhagat labored in his private time on a racy and comedic little novel about life on the campus of an IIT. In the early morning before going to the office he worked very hard on draft after draft of the book, trying to get it right. He did 15 drafts in all. He almost gave up when publishers kept turning him down.
Chetan Bhagat published his first novel 'Five Point Someone' in 2004 and this very first venture led to immense rise in his fame. It was a story about three mechanical engineering friends who fail to cope with the grading system of IITs. The novel explained how things can get messy if you don't think straight. The book won the Society Young Achiever's Award and Publisher's Recognition Award.
His second novel was ''one night @the call centre' which got published in 2005. The story was about six employees working in a call center in Gurgaon and explored the problems and issues faced by call center's employees and points to their lifestyle. The story takes interesting twist when they received a phone call from …show more content…
He answers for the question “who will be the leader for India??” this question can be answered by each and every Indian but chetan answered with proof.
In india there are so many class divisions among them the major class division is ‘THE PRIVILEDGED’. This division is not the major population but it is of minimal population but however controls the whole nation using the power of politics. All they need is good English to speak, money and power of their supporters. With these tools they can become a ruler of the country. Chetan explains how this condition changed because of the growth of technology.
“The new millennium changed all that. India and Indians grew in economic power. Many aspired for something bigger. They wanted, god forbid, a say in how the country was run too. Not just at election time (where they elected Modi, replacing privileged dynasts), but also on a daily basis.”
Here, chetan gives a proof that India has changed because of the improvement in economic the people got a voice to spoke in their