"I'm old school, prefer physical books over e-books" - says Kangana
Chetan Bhagat is back with One Indian Girl.
And what a feisty Indian girl to launch it!!
The Indian girl we love, Kangana Ranaut did the honours in style, and threw a pleasant surprise to the crowd, invited by Crossword Bookstores, by saying, "Im old school, prefer physical books over e-books."
Crossword Bookstores hosted Chetan Bhagat, best-selling Indian author, columnist, television personality, motivational speaker, screenwriter and producer for the launch of his latest endeavour - One Indian Girl.
Written completely from a woman’s perspective, this book is a fresh attempt on the complex concept of feminism.
Talking about his latest novel ‘One Indian Girl’, Chetan Bhagat said “This book is all about understanding women. I have come across a lot of women and tried to understand the problems that they face in this male dominated society. This book is my humble attempt at shedding some light on the topic. I’m really kicked about this novel and I hope it’s well received by the readers.”
Chatting with Bhagat, Kangana Ranaut said, " At the end, Im looking for love, like anybody else", probably pointing to the protagonist in the book."
Kinjal Shah, CEO, Crossword bookstores says, " Kangana's statement that she loves physical books comes as a pleasant surprise to us.We are very excited to launch One Indian Girl by Chetan Bhagat at Crossword , Oberoi. We wish him and his book a successful launch and hope it breaks all records of book sales to become number 1 in the country."
The author of six blockbuster hits; Five Point Someone, One Night at The Call Centre, Three Mistakes of My Life, Revolution 2020, 2 States and Half Girlfriend, is all gung ho about his latest book. ‘One Indian Girl’ has already broken all online pre-order records.
Here's to one of contemporary India's most successful authors!