By Nelson Vinod Moses, Yahoo India Finance
Chetan Bhagat's books are like a Salman Khan film — 'blockbuster' written all over them. Has he delivered with 'What Young India Wants'?
Chetan Bhagat's books are like a Salman Khan blockbuster; you can park your brains in cold storage, just sit back and enjoy the ride. So far, he has been hugely successful. He has sold five million copies with his five works of fiction.
So why does Bhagat decide to step away from his comfort zone and take a stab at making people think? 'What Young India Wants' (WYIW) is the first attempt at non-fiction by the former investment banker turned writer, and is a stroll into unchartered territory for Bhagat. His brand of fiction might be found wanting in terms of literary value, but they have always passed muster with the masses. WYIW is a compilation of his newspaper columns and public talks, where he makes a brave effort, to interpret the dreams and aspirations of millions of young Indians.
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