Tag: Bhagat

One Predictable Book

Chetan Bhagat, or to be precise his reputation, and I go back a long way. Way back in eighth grade, I'd come across a newspaper article that reiterated a reputed magazine's declaration of Bhagat as the biggest selling English language author in India. I was surprised, primarily because I had believed that my distractingly colourful … Continue reading One Predictable Book


Divide and Rue

I'm back! And on Pi day, at that. Or at least, I was supposed to. I owe the knowledge of the day's existence to a certain Mr. Bhagat (and his 3 mistakes). Ditto for Australian beaches and what transpires there. More than two weeks thence, and a college fest older, I find myself in familiar … Continue reading Divide and Rue