I do appreciate Bhagat’s attempt at trying to make sense of an Indian woman’s life, but there is still a long way to go before he can break out of his mould of creating that perfect film ‘script’ that looks and feels like a fairytale & instead give women that novel that will change India and Indian’s perceptions about women & their choices. Continue reading Review: ‘One Indian Girl’: Chetan Bhagat Re-Plays Stereotypes, But Gives Little To Be Thankful For
By Newspapers, I don’t mean your own columns. Also, Historians might just save your future. Ok work done for the day. Continue reading Dear Mr. Chetan Bhagat, At Least Read The Newspaper Before Cracking A Joke!