New Delhi: "Meri Naukri, Meri Chokri (My job, my girl)". Young India's rallying cry is simple. They want love, they want money and they want stature in society, says popular mass fiction writer and media columnist Chetan Bhagat.
"They want a good life and a great girlfriend. If your cause will help them get a good life, then they are with you. That is what young India wants. The social causes must be linked to this ambition," Bhagat said.
The author of best-sellers like "Five Point Someone", "One Night@The Call Centre", "Two States" and "Revolution 20:20", Bhagat has has put together his newspaper articles on the changing India into a volume of non-fiction, "What Young India Wants: Selected Essays and Columns (Rupa & Co)".
The chapters look at an assortment of issues in society, politics, economy and the youth. Two short stories at the end of the book are the fictional elements making for an interesting mix of facts and fiction....more
01:24 AM, Aug 07, 2012