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The three mistakes of my life by Chetan Bhagat

After my last Chetan Bhagat read (2 States – The story of my marriage), I had sworn off his books for sometime. Okay, sworn off buying them inspite of not being as heavily priced as some of the other non-authors. Quite coincidentally, I got an e-copy of the 3 mistakes of my life last week.

A thin plot around the true story of a state coming of age, the trademark masala mix of love, hate, religion, girls, egos, ambitions and Chetan has managed to produce 150 pages of it.Sometimes I wonder if many authors are languishing in us without being published, as we fail to see the obvious in making a best seller.

Post reading this, I am sure this and the next is not the last we will see of him. The business mind in him has realized it is not tough writing half baked storylines, mish mashing it with whatever is the flavour of the season (maybe swine flu or terrorism this time) to have a reasonably good seller of a book in his hands.

No wonder, he “gave up” working to write.

In awe,
Me

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2 Responses

  1. liza says:

    swetha from ge?
    liza here . stumbled upon this today. were you in ge capital?

    • Swetha Kasthurirangan says:

      @ Liza: Hey..yes…GECF UK team liza?

      @ Liza again: Chanced upon the photos on ur blog, and confirmed it is u indeed 😉 Nice to bump into u after all these years. U have a lovely family. Unable to access your blogger profile, send me your email id..would love to catch up.

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