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One Indian Girl

Hi, I'm Radhika Mehta and I'm getting married this week. I work at Goldman Sachs, an investment bank. Thank you for reading my story. However, let me warn you.You may not like me too much. One, I make a lot of money. Two, I have an opinion on everything. Three, I have had a boyfriend before. OK, maybe two.Now if all this was the case with a guy, one might be cool with it. But since I am a girl these three things I mentioned dont really make me too likeable, do they?...

Title : One Indian Girl
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ISBN : 9788129142146
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 272 pages
Status : Available For Download
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One Indian Girl Reviews

  • Pooja

    I read the Hindi version of this book. The characters were senseless. Their actions were ridiculously funny. A girl who is one of the most talented and intelligent persons does multiple mistakes, never learning anything and keeps on repeating the loop is the theme.

  • Priyanka Adhikary

    Dear Chetan, I have a verse for you

    Which can be enjoyed by your readers too

    So without much delay or ado

    Let me share what I think of you

    The first book that you penned down

    Is the only jewel in your crown

    It did give some meaningful insight

    Into an engineering student’s plight

    The second book was quite a shocker

    Made me wonder if you were off your rocker

    A story so completely inane

    It made reading seem an unbearable pain

    But after that, what happened to thee?

    You embarked on this insane spree

    Of doling out

  • Anagha

    I was kind of interested to read this one since the tag 'feminism' was attached to it. But it didn't meet my expectations. The writing wasn't good. The story was okay. The characters weren't likeable except Brijesh(too good to be true in fact) maybe.

    Radhika, the biggest hypocrite in the book irritated me throughout.

    For example , complains all along on how people never considered her pretty and how her prettier sister was preferred by the guys. But at the same time also rejects prospective groo

  • Chloe Kim

    Chetan Bhagat sucks!!!

    Honestly, it's a waste of time to read such books!

  • Anushree Rastogi

    I can't finish this book. It picks up every single stereotype and brings it to Bollywood-like life like only CB can. It would've been hilarious had it not been for the one sentence "praise" from the New York times on the back page- "most widely sold English author in India." I wish this guy went back to investment banking and left the subtleties of feminism to wherever they were, because "getting shots of self esteem" when someone calls you good looking or slut shaming yourself for wanting to ki ...more

  • Karthikeyan SD

    I solemnly swear that I would never ever read any more of Chetan Bhagat's works!

    Okay. I was not really expecting an intellectually stimulating read from him. But, I expected his One Indian Girl to be a decent novel that one can read for time pass. Nope. I've never been more wrong.

    Uninteresting, unending, highly predictable and absolute junk.

    I feel bad about calling a piece of writing as junk. But, I don't need to be a writer myslef to criticize a novel, do I?

  • Abhilash Ruhela

    CHETAN BHAGAT- A name that urged Indians to read more than a decade ago. I started reading novels after knowing about the humorous contents his books has. And after that I make sure that I read his books the first day after its release before someone else starts giving the review. Generally people believe in giving negative reviews to his book to prove themselves intellectual, literati or whatever! The last book that made me feel that it's the Chetan Bhagat I know was 2 States. Revolution 20-20

  • সাদমান হুসাইন

    My review will be done in few simple sentences.

    I'm not going to talk about the plot, the characters or anything like that.

    You can check through other reviews if you wish to learn about those.

    Ever had the feeling that you're doing something wrong, discovering something that was meant to be left alone in the cesspit of time?

    I had the exact feeling when reading this book.

    I feel like throwing up after reading this.

    An utter abomination.

    Would have given negative stars if Goodreads allowed me to.

    My r