Who might have suspected that books like 2 States , Half Girlfriend or even One Night @ the Call Center , which are all high on romance, school life and youth-driven subjects tried to achieve societal change in it. Investment banker turned-writer Chetan Bhagat, who wrote these books, says that the vast majority of his works are intended to fabricate a medium with the individuals to transmit his thoughts and contemplations to change society.
“I keep in touch with change society and mentalities and accomplish this by a two-stage process. I attempt to reach most Indians through books or motion pictures. When they have begun listening to me, I discuss issues through TV talks about, online networking and daily paper segments. On the off chance that I don’t connect with perusers, I will lose enthusiasm for writing,” he said.
Mr. Bhagat was at Flourishing India: A Proposal , a seminar organized by FICCI Ladies Organization (FLO) in the city on Friday. A vocal political reporter, who is frequently seen lauding the BJP-drove National Democratic Alliance’s drives, he puts his foot down when gotten some information about the likelihood of him joining politics.
“I am happy with the work I am doing. I am watching a percentage of the political trials occurring yet regardless I feel an autonomous voice is all the more intense. Politics changes you.”