One Indian Girl Review – A ‘Feminist’ Book without any Feminism – By Chetan Bhagat

One Indian Girl Review – A ‘Feminist’ Book without any Feminism – By Chetan Bhagat

This is the seventh novel of India’s largest fan based writer Chetan Bhagat. That is also the first of its kind for the writer. And also the first on a women viewpoint for the writer.

The novel is based on the different views of people on a girl living in a city with big achievements and success. That makes the girl with many problems to find love and other options.

Front Side of Book Cover

One Indian Girl Review

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One Indian Girl Review by Chetan Bhagat

One Indian Girl is the seventh novel by India’s famous and largest fan based fiction author, Chetan Bhagat. Bhagat is a writer, who is famous for including almost every topic in a fictional novel, whether it’s on romance or politics or any other bitter grounds.

He is the writer, with so much opinion about almost any topics, and this seventh one of his is no different. This is about an Indian girl with big achievements and success with women empowerment.

Backside of the Book Cover

One Indian Girl Review

One Indian Girl Review

Storyline of the book

This novel is about a girl, who is well educated, much successful with a lot of intelligence in her. This came with a big drawback in her life, which having difficulties to find love.

The novel deals with all sorts of inequalities for a girl, a society where you being a girl will always get judge for achieving something. In the world of men, a woman with intelligence and success might get you stuck in a position to fight with all sorts of hurdles in life.

The female lead protagonist named Radhika is all successful, and it’s time to get married. This point of the scene is starting to this judging the personality of the girl, and it leads to the never ending battle of feminism.

The lead protagonist is a girl with having an opinion on every topic to everything, which is a big no in our Indian society. All the hustle and tussle of a girl being prosperous and radicle about society fingering upon women are there in the book.

Sturdy points of One Indian Girls by Chetan Bhagat

This is the first time the writer has put the issue of feminism in his book and with all the episodes of governing a woman in the Indian society. The speculation of ‘how come a woman can get success in her life’ and the other burdens of being a woman. In the world of non-equality, a woman is very much targeted and is all projected on our lead female protagonist.

Weak points

Being protagonist, the character is somehow weak and sometimes a little insane. And you can find about the all other characters are being borrowed from Bhagat’s previous novels.

This story allows all the office romance and social life love sequences without a lack of responsibilities. As its being mentioned in the title of this article, the word used in the novel as ‘feminism’ but it doesn’t look so.

Should people go and try this?

The main verdict of this novel is that Bhagat has sought a new thing this time. And with all due respect to the readers, this does give a touch on feminism. This is the first time; the author has to write on a female protagonist. And has shown a little part of feminism of him as well.

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