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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

  • Pratibha Mazumdar

    Indian readers are crazy for Chetan's writings and make his each and every book a bestseller, even before the release. The same story has happened with this book too. The book has all elements and revolves around career, self-discovery, heart-break, marriage, etc. I bought it's ebook and some other bestsellers at amazing discounts from Amazon:

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  • Sharath

    WTF did I just read!!!

    Why is there no option to give zero stars???

    Outline of the story:

    A nerdy overachieving girl lands a dream job in the USA. Gets into a relationship, breaks up, moves to Hong Kong. Gets into another relationship, breaks up, moves to London. Agrees to marry a guy, comes back to India, meets ex's, changes mind, dumps all three. Goes on a world tour, meets the guy whom she was prepared to marry, decides to marry him again.

    Throw in some feminism(totally disconnected scenes and se
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  • Alok Mishra

    Pre-Script: I don't have time to read Chetan! Didn't read any of his books.

    Chetan ji, you seem to be a hysterical person. Good that you finally decided not to write any books further because that would surely create an outrage! You should be doing good in writing film scripts; but please, don't defile the profession of writers. This is surely not the story of 'any Indian girl'. This is the story of your 'thinking' of an Indian girl which we did not like!

    Rest is history!

  • Anuradha

    No judgments, please! Those of you that know me, know that I sometimes read the really bad books to trash them. What better book is there than Chetan Bhagat's take on feminism? I'm not going to bother with the spoilers here, because I don't actually expect people to read this other than to trash it. If you are reading it because you think "it's good Indian literature", I would request you to kindly fuck off from this review, because you will not like what I have to say.

    Meet Radhika Mehta, smart
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  • 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?

  • Varun Parikh

    Read the book at your own risk, might give you a brain stroke.

    Below is what the book is basically about:

    Spoilers ahead!

    Ambitious studious over-achiever middle class Delhi based girl gets a high paying job at goldman sachs NYC.

    Has sex with the 1st guy she meets there.

    After 2 years of relationship, both act like dicks.

    Girl waves feminism flag.

    Guy doesn't let go of ego.

    Breakup.

    Girl cries , throws her phone away, transfers to Hong Kong.

    Girl moves to Hong Kong.

    Has sex on the beach (literally
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  • Umesh Kesavan

    Interesting plots (which can be converted into movie screenplays) are Chetan Bhagat's strength . Examples are "Five Point Someone" and "Three mistakes of my life". In these two novels, the plot helps the novel transcend the author's inadequacies in style and flair. Sadly, this new novel fails to do that . It is a pity that such a shallow person is celebrated as a public intellectual. Yes,the numbers and sales favour Chetan Bhagat but I remember what C.Annadurai said in a different context : " If ...more

  • Tisha

    কয়েক পাতা পড়লাম মাতর, আর পড়ার ইচছা নাই। চেতান ভাগাত = ঐ দেশের আনিসুল হক! :| ...more