Part 1/3 : Chetan Bhagat to come up with an autobiography, titled “Half Knowledge”..

This guy has found the trick to turn glittery, loud and low budget Indian movie scripts into books. Don’t get me wrong before I put my point. I will break my point down in 3 steps. Feel free to add your points or correct me.


Look at the picture and then read how many times he has been quoted criticizing people!


Point 1: Cheap Publicity 

I will take Chetan Bhagat’s help me in quoting his own statements as an evidence of this allegation.

On Father’s day : “Mother’s give birth, but ultimately the coke belongs to the guy who puts coin in the wending machine. Happy Father’s day”

On Gaza attacks: “What is happening to Gaza isn’t fair, but sadly that is the only way sometimes terrorist organizations and their supporters learn to behave” 

On Indian economy crashing: “The rupee is asking, is there no punishment for my rapists.”

In an IIT Fest: “Educated girls don’t want to date a guy who doesn’t speak English and this is what I have tried to bring out in my novel”.

Every time some idiot writes I am no Tolstoy or Tagore (never said I was) he or she acknowledges that I might deserve that comparison.

One of his articles: Another thing we are good at is not discussing any problems that have a sexual angle. [isn’t that what you do yourself?]

On modi: In Slumdog Millionaire, a chaiwallah won the top prize.The world loved that story. Remember that.

To rushdie – “I’ll not make somebody who attacks my god a hero. This is India, you cannot hurt feelings here,”

On Infosys – It is ironic when someone who runs a body-shopping company and calls it hi-tech, makes sweeping comments on the quality of IIT students, Chetan Bhagat wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.

 On Manmohan Singh: I know a PhD who remained silent when the country was robbed when he could have done so much. Education and capability are different things.

On AAP: AAP is an item girl of politics. 


I rest my case here.

In the next point of allegation on him, we shall talk about hypocrisy, pompousness and double standards!


Disclaimer: To Chetan Bhagat and all his fans – if you do end up reading this article then please don’t be offended. If you do get offended, I apologize. In the end, I’d just like to quote one of your tweets:

Final word on my writing: padhni hai to padho, varna kat lo.


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