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Author, columnist and screenwriter Chetan Bhagat, Bollywood actors Arjun Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor, and director of forthcoming film 'Half Girlfriend', pose for a photographer during a promotional event for the film, in Mumbai.

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Actor Arjun Kapoor and author Chetan Bhagat during an awareness campaign for road safety organised by Delhi Traffic Police at India Gate, in New Delhi.

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Chetan Bhagat

The Point, Everyone Appropriately, Chetan Bhagat grins on a fashion show, along with actress Vaishali Desai. Preposterously, it's called Fevicol Caring with Style. The designer was BJP's own Shaina NC.

Fotocorp (From Outlook 16 March 2015)

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Huma Qureshi and Chetan Bhagat, author, columnist, screenwriter pose during an event to promote Chetan's book, in New Delhi.

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Chetan Bhagat shares a selfie with Narendra Modi.

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Chetan Bhagat

AFP (From Outlook 04 November 2013)

Chetan Bhagat, Author

AFP (From Outlook Traveller August Issue, 2013)

One Mistake Chetan Bhagat, cult aut­hor for the neo-literate, spins around Gujarat for a NatGeo series, sponsored by a carmaker. “I want to see the real India," says he, though a Siddi village (see Books) finds him probably con­­t­acting an exotic call-centre.

Sanjay Austa

N.R. Narayana Murthy vs Chetan Bhagat The Infoczar and the LitPopstar. When two lamp-posts on the same side of the street lit into each other, sound travelled faster than light. Infosys mentor Narayana Murthy (who apparently has presidential ambitions) kicked it off by lamenting the falling quality among IIT graduates. This got writer and ex-IITian Chetan Bhagat’s goat. And so Murthy, who is used to much deference being shown to him, got plainspoken words from a punctured ego. High-handed! Unfair! Those who spend their life running a bodyshop shouldn’t comment on IITs! Alumni pitched in, for both sides of the argument. Call it the Engineers’ Litfest.

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Bestseller Bhagat seeks to bring about change

AFP (From Outlook, November 21, 2011)

Chetan Bhagat
2states “Most publishers here are very fake. The only writers they admire are those who are popular in the UK. It’s like saying only Hindi films that succeed in UK are good. But books that work in UK are tailor-made for them, not for us.”

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