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Once upon a time, in small-town India, there lived two intelligent boy and one wanted to use his intelligence to create a revolution. The problem. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Chetan Bhagat is the author of seven blockbuster books. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Literature & Fiction Kindle App Ad . To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Chetan Bhagat is the author of seven blockbuster books. Contemporary Romance Kindle eBooks @ cheap-diet-pills-online.info Read with the free Kindle apps (available on iOS, Android, PC & Mac), Kindle . Welcome to Revolution , a story about childhood friends Gopal and .. Download.
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It is our country and we need to take charge of it. Chetan Bhagat does an excellent job yet again of making readers believe that everything is possible. You do not necessarily have to be grand to do something, you just need to believe in yourself and what it is that you want to do. Make way for the rockstar and a new generation! View 2 comments.
Oct 07, Claussius rated it liked it. Made a me cry tonnes, still red eyed: CB knows the art of strumming heart's strings. Definitely worth a read. View all 3 comments. Oct 12, Reena rated it it was ok. View all 28 comments. Dec 15, Pari rated it it was ok. I will give those two stars only because he and his books never fail to create curiosity and buzz among the people.
His marketing skills are indeed wow! Yours truly including bought the book out of sheer curiosity, gave in to the temptation of reading what the whole of India is reading. And well, was I disappointed? At the end of the read pages, takes some hours I merely shrugged my shoulders, nodded my head and smiled..
Writes a book instead of a movie sc I will give those two stars only because he and his books never fail to create curiosity and buzz among the people. Writes a book instead of a movie script!! The setting of Varanasi, using names that all Indians can correlate to, and pitching in a love story where love is expressed and yet not winning is the magic formula for this one.
Gopal, the lead character, is supposed to be having some grey shades. Unfortunately, CB fails in creating neither a positive or negative character outa him. There were times that you could relate to him, but turn the page and the connection is over. None of the characters for that matter leaves a profound impact on you.
The book's title supposed to be revolving around the second guy, Raghav, is falling short of anything sensational. Rather name the book LoveStory.. CB has tried to portray the eminent corruption in our education system, but covering it with a love story did not go well with this one. The humour, which more often that not, is the highlight of many of his books, was also missing in this one.
The female lead. I wonder whether she was supposed to have a positive or negative trait to herself. How can someone be so confused about their lives, and yet were shown to be strong and solid. The end spoils it all! You would rather expect a better twist.. Avoid if you are lookng for some good CB stuff, read if you are tempted, like I was and then lament! View all 7 comments. May 29, Antara Ghosh rated it did not like it Shelves: Why oh why must everyone keep harping on the darn issue of men and women cant be friends?
If they are friends now, then they are either a will become lovers eventually. I am a woman, with I think at least as many men friends as women. I have managed to keep my friends both men and women , without resorting to hugging or kissing them frequently, letting any of them pay for my cups of coffee constantly, and taking advantage of Why oh why must everyone keep harping on the darn issue of men and women cant be friends?
I have managed to keep my friends both men and women , without resorting to hugging or kissing them frequently, letting any of them pay for my cups of coffee constantly, and taking advantage of them manipulatively. And voila! Not one of them accidentally fell into bed with me! What I have done with the best of my friends, is cried on their shoulders during my lows, provided mine to them during theirs. Discussed love lives. Enjoyed late night and rather pointless, but very serious discussions on life, universe and existence in general.
I am even guilty of calling up some friends even women ones , to tell them I miss them, or that I wish we were together, without the least desire from either side , to start an affair.
Why must we keep on having this plot where the female friend keeps confusing the boy with "i miss you"s? Dude she says she is not into you. She is not into you. She is not going to fall for you just cause her boy friends is otherwise occupied, or cause you so darn persistent. It was an innocent mistake though, didnt buy it, just was lying around my house, so had a partial read. I should have expected it would be a decade old stale plot of harry meets sally crossing rags to riches stuff.
View all 4 comments. Jun 07, Varun A rated it it was amazing. This the first Chetan Bhagat's boook i have read I really love this book The triangle love between Gopal , Aarthi and Raghav Very good fiction that makes me to feel like in reality That it makes me to feel i am inside the story After sometimes the raghav character makes more interesting that he fighting for revolution pin to the youngster Aarthi the beautiful girl i Can't imagined as per they said in this book.
The girl the problem for the both guys who makes some twist in there life and raghav and gopal clash and finally gopal gives the great satisfaction makes the book more effective Luv u chetan because of this book View all 5 comments. May 12, Vivek Maskara rated it really liked it. Country over love so suddenly didnt appeal to me. Nov 16, Ankit rated it it was ok Recommended to Ankit by: Revolution ??? For what? A really heart touching story driven by Chetan Bhagat.
Life doesn't provide second chance to fetch your true which once lost before. Fortunately Mr. Gopal Mishra got this opportunity, but Fuck Off Gopal!!! If i find him anyway in my life i would definately tell him that he is a real Fucking Loser.. I think after such a struggle Mr Gopal got an opportunity to have his love back in life, but surprisingly that fucking guy let his love go away for Raghav!!!
Who was Raghav by the way in story?? Gopal's true love for Aarti can't be compared with that Bullshit Raghav at all. Gopal, Gopal, Gopal, you were fucking lucky, but with your own hands you fucked up your life.
Jun 13, Vinshikha Mudaliar rated it did not like it. Every book brings out a bigger level of expectation than the one before. But unfortunately the book does not fulfill the craving of a book worm like me and leaves me disappointed. The story is set in Varanasi, one of holiest places in India, considered as a places to cleanse oneself from sins. This story is about three friends who grow up in holy city of Varanasi. Two of the boys, both love the same girl, their third friend and girl is completely confused about both of them.
Both the boys also have strong ambition. One wants to bring in a revolution and other wants to become rich. What happens in the end is a very messy affair between all of them and you left wondering about the aim of the book.
This book was rarely light and entertaining. In fact, it is only in the last fifty pages that I found really interesting and worth reading. Bhagat says that only the reader can decide whether Gopal is a nice person or not. I agree with him. Chetan Bhagat always writes in simple English and this is no different. The plot confuses you even though it tries to cover so many topics in one story.
You would rather expect a better twist. But this was too much. It is always easy to review someone else's work, but doing it yourself is much more difficult. Ultimately, his books sell like hot cakes and that is what matters the most. Whether you love it or hate it, you'll end up reading it. View all 6 comments. Feb 03, Aditya Mallya rated it liked it. I am in the midst of a reading challenge that is leading me to some quirky book choices. When I arrived at "A book with bad reviews", I would have been betraying everything I stand for as a human being if I had not selected a Chetan Bhagat novel.
So, with the indulgent chuckle of a sommelier sipping a mango lassi, a Chetan Bhagat I did choose: How can I describe my vast and unimaginable horror on discovering that the book was mildly engaging?
Yes, it is a mercy that the abominable sentence construction still persists. The juvenile misogyny and sexual frustration are thankfully as fervent as ever, and the characters are still rickety and comical pastiches of middle-class cliches.
But I am forever altered by the knowledge that Chetan Bhagat used "macabre" in a sentence. There are amusing one-liners in this book, and the involuntary laughs that escaped me on three separate occasions will haunt me till my deathbed. Many a night from this day on, I will wake up bathed in cold sweat, realizing with terror that Bhagat used the word 'ironically' correctly.
Oct 08, Abhranil Dutta rated it it was ok. When you pick a chetan bhagat's book, you dnt expect that the book would be intellectual or have good english literature..! So dnt expect these..!! The story is abt three childhood frndz Gopal, Raghav and Aarti..! The story is told frm Gopal's point of view. Gopal is a ordinary a bit frustated guy wants to make more and more money in his life..! Raghav is a scholar guy who wants to bcm a journalist and have sparks of revolution in him..!
Aarti is a 2.
Aarti is a pretty dumb gal who gets confused in every aspects of her life.. The problem is that both of them loves the same gal Aarti..!! The starting and ending of the story is pretty good.
In mid-way somehow the book loses the pace.. There is nothing new in dis book to cherish..! The corruption stories mentioned in dis book are known. One good thing abt dis book is that it can be made into a typical bollywood masala film..! Oct 07, Srikar Malapaka rated it really liked it. Revolution is a story about 3 childhood friends Gopal, Raghav and Aarti. They have their own ambitions. Aarti wanted to become an air hostess.
Though he joined in engineering, journalism was his passion and he wanted to bring a change in the country. But fate offers him an opportunity to start his own engineering college, with the support of Shukla, an MLA. To start the college he follows the corrupt path as he did not have another way. After college Raghav joins as a reporter in a newspaper.
His profession creates some problem to Gopi. Shukla, the person behind Gopi, stamps Raghav as much as he can with his political power to get him out of his way. Raghav fights back and starts his own newspaper Revolution !! Both Raghav and Gopi like Aarti. Aarti likes Raghav and Gopi was her best friend. How did the relation between Raghav and Gopi change due to their common love?? Can Raghav achieve what he wanted to with Revolution ??
Did the relation between Aarti and Raghav continue in spite of his unsettled and busy career which leaves very little time for her?? How can Gopi become the director of an engineering college without even a college degree??
How far did Gopi go on his path?? Can Gopi compete with Raghav to get Aarti?? These are some parts I think you should know by reading the book. Chetan Bhagat did a great work here. The ending was really touchy… did not expect it. I didn't even expect that the book focuses on the IIT coaching institutes. Most of the story took place in Varanasi except for some part in Kota. This book has many shades. Then it focused on the corruption in private engineering colleges.
Even the pollution problems in Varanasi are raised many times. The story is said from reference to Gopi and the highlight of the book is how relation between Gopi and Aarti developed. Just like his other books even this one has lots of CB trademark one-liners.
I personally loved Revolution Dec 19, Rahul Nath rated it did not like it Shelves: Pretentious idealism crossed with clear dreams of a Bollywood adaptation. And yet Bhagat talks of a revolution. How I ask, with that content in your book, do you intend on stirring people into a revolution? All you do is point out the obvious flaws noticeable to everyone, what have you suggested to battle it? I'll go out on a limb here and call Chetan Bhagat an idiot. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase.
Could not put it down as with the other books I read. Such imagination.
Good luck to the author. Glimpse of India. Thank you. Ranji Rudran. One person found this helpful. Paperback Verified Purchase. As a Chetan Bhagat fan, this book is very disappointing. It is more of a movie with an average story. The lacune of Indian education system have been portrayed well that is the only positive aspect of the book. This book wonderfully present problems of corruption, elite political families and encourages us to change our society, further there is a hilarious and painful love story.
While reading I sometimes laugh by my self other I lost deep in the ocean of tought. The presentation of the state in which the current higher technical education in a satirical way is really worth appreciation. Got it as a book to read fpr school and genuienly found it interesting which is not common when it comes to school asignments.
I liked it, then i started loving it. After finishing i kept thinking about the poor chap who gave the sacrifice. Really heart moving ending.
There is romance, there is jealosy beautifully depicted , there is comedy and there is lot of drama. U can finish the book in a single sitting Waiting for the movie now!!!
The Book is more like Indian cinema and most unlike Chetan Bhagat's book. Thought there will be thought provoking depiction of 3 different characters but this is revolving all about single person's perspective. A well written book. It captures the reality of India in a beautiful way. A must read for every one. See all 75 reviews.
There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. They dorft say good things about girls who sit 00 theghats. I hated that term, I wanted to talk, about my place m her life, eventhough I did not want to-makethings unpleasant "But now I aro leaving,I said. We will he in touch. Kota, tight? I nodded. Loni look so glum, she brid, V e 1 card the leoipk bells ring m ihe 1distance.
About anyone. And I like what you and I share, Dont you? But I am leaving now; If we had a commitment wouldnt it bebetter? Gopal we are so young! We walked down, to the waters. She purchased a set of six lit diyasfor five rupees;She passed one. She set one diya afloat. I said, baffled by the drivers knowledge. He laughed and "turned around. My whole family is into education. My wife. He extended his grease-staioedliand. I diook It as little as possible txopal from Vmmmil.
He gave me a business card for the tiffin service. Let us take cart of the food. You hoys study it is such a tough exam: Come on, Gopal bhai. I went to the smallguard post at: A watchman sat inside, Who do you. The watchman. One held clothes, the other carried thebooks thai had failed to get me anywhere so far. My rucksack carried, thestuff Aarti had bought me, I missed her.
I wondered if I should find an I or Medical? Kola locals find it hard to place outsiders until they know what they arethere for. I said, somewhat b he saidiiid. I f yon. You will he out of-the house more. Repeaters only go for coaching classes.
Many sleep all day; Some landlordsdont like that Sos. Fix my fee first m a t? I said T take half a months rent. Whats your budget? Thats it? I said The watchman sneered, as If someone had asked for country liquorin a live-star bar. I said, wondering if Id be spending my firs! He opened the gate and kept my suitcases in hiscabin. Three to a room: I said, but how will I study? I want a private one, however. We climbed up three floors. I panted due to the exertion. The extremeneat did not help, Kota is hot, get used to the weather, the watchman said,: It is horrible outside.
That is why it is a good place to stay inside and We reached the fourth floor, I struggled to catch my breath. Hecouidot stop talking, So you will study for real or you are just hepaused mid-sentence. Just what? Many students: They know they wont get in. M least the parentssiop harassingthem for a vean he said, But if you need stuff like beer or cigarettes, tell me, Thishousing society doesnt allow it So? An elderly lady opened thedoor.
The lady let us in. Her place smelt of medicines and damp. Thewatchman showed me the room on rent. The lady had converted astoreroom into a study and bedroom. I t s perfect for studying,1 said the watchman, who probably hadntstudied even one day in his whole life. Take it, it is within yourbudget I shook my head. The room had no windows, The old lady seemedarrogant or deaf or both.
She kept a grumpy face throughout. I did notwant to live here. Why couldnt I study in my Varan asi? What was sospecial about this godforsaken place? I walked out of the flat. Hie watchman came running after me. I thought about how different my life would have been if 1 hadanswered six more multiple-choice questions, I thought of Raghav, whowould, at this moment, be attending his orientation at the BHU campus.
Ithought of Aarti and our heart-to-heart conversations. I thought of Babasill health and his determination to kick me into this dump.
I fought backtears. I started to walk down the stairs. We walked down the steps and reached the ground floor.
I t happensthe first time the watchman said, missing your mother? Where are you going? Take a shared room, he pleaded, Til find a cheap hotel for now, I am used to being alone. Birju took the suitcases from me and placed them down. A retired couple stays there. Within your budget hen why didnt you show it to me earlier? Someone died in the house Who?
He didnt get through, so he killed himself,Two years ago. Til take it, I said. TVeseen dead bodies burning and iloating all my life. I dont care ifsome loser hanged himself: The watchman picked up my suitcases.
We went to the third floorin the next flat. A couple in their sixties stayed there. They kept the placeimmaculately clean. The spartan to-let room had a bed, table, cupboardand fen, Fifteen hundred: I said to the couple, The watchman gave me a dirtylook. I gave him a firm handshake.
I had spent the day visiting various coaching schools. At three in theafternoon, my room felt at ignition point, Mr Soni gently knocked on the door of my room.
It felt too hot to exchange pleasantries. I hadarranged for my meals and a place to stay. However, my main challenge inKola, apart from constantly fighting off thoughts about Aarti, was to enrolin a good study programme, 1 had spent the last three days doing therounds of every coaching school I took in their tail claims about zappingany primate into an IITian, I went through their super-flexible not tomention super-expensive fee structures, Bansai, Resonance and CareerPath seemed to be everyones top choices.
Each of them had their own,rather difficulty entrance exams. In fact, Kota now had small coachingshops to coach you to get into the top coaching classes, From there, youwould be coached to get into an engineering college.
Once there, youstudy to become an engineer. Of course, most engineers want to do anMBA. Hence, the same coaching-class cycle would begin again. Thiscomplex vortex of tests, classes, selections and preparations is somethingevery insignificant Indian student like me has to go through to have a shotat a decent life, Else, I could always take the job of Birju the watchmanor, if I wanted it simpler, hang myself like my erstwhile room-residentManoj Dufta, I switched on the same fan that helped Manoj check out of theentrance exam called life, The moving blades re-circulated the hot air inthe room.
Mr Soni said. M did, 1 said. Mr Soni asked me this question at least twice a day.
Iguess Manoj Dutta didnt call home often enough, leading to his lonelinessand early demise. Keep them informed, okay? Nobody loves you more than yourparents Mr Soni said as he left the room. I shut the door and removed my shirt. I hadnt rowed in ten days. My arms felt flabby. I wanted to exercise, but 1 had to figure out the tenmillion brochures first.
I had indeed called Baba, twice. He seemed fine. I told him I hadstarted preparing for next year, even though 1 couldnt bear to open anytextbook. I didnt care. Whichever coaching class 1 joined would makeme slog soon.
I wanted to talk to Aarti first. Id called her four times but could notspeak to her even once. Her mother had picked up the phone the first twotimes. I hung up without sayinganything. I did not want Aartis mother going "why is this boy calling youso many times from so far? It did not create a good impression.
Aarti hadmentioned she would get a cellphone soon. I wished she would. Everyoneseemed to be getting one nowadays, at least the rich types. Aarti did not have a number to reach me. I would have to try againtomorrow. I picked up a green-coloured brochure. The cover had photographsof some of the ugliest people on earth. The pictures belonged to theIIT toppers from that institute. They had grins wider than models intoothpaste ads but not the same kind of teeth.
Since my favourite hobby was wasting time, i spent the afternooncomparing the brochures. No, I didnt compare the course material,success rates or the fee structures.
In any case, everyone claimed to be thebest in those areas. I compared the pictures of their successful candidates;who had the ugliest boy, who had the cutest girl, if at all. There was nopoint to this exercise, but there was no point to me being in Kota. The Bansalites were Kotas cool I had to crack their exam. However, I had little time to prepare for the test scheduled in three days. In factj many of the coaching classes had their exams within a week,The next set of exams was a month away 1 had to join something now.
Staying idle would make me go mad faster than the earlier occupant ofthis room.. Each institute asked for a thousand bucks for an application form. I had fifty thousand rupees with me, and Baba had promisedme more after six months.
The brochure of AimllT said: It meant they werent in the same league as the top ones to be choosy.
They might as well have written: Tf you have the cash, you are welcome, I spent the rest of the afternoon filling the tiresome and repetitiveforms. I kept myself motivated by saying I would call Aarti once morebefore dinner,I went out for an evening walk at 7: I found an STD booth. Mr Pradhan said in a firm voice, I cut the phone on reflex. The meter at the STD booth whirred. You still have to pay, the shopkeeper said sourly. I had already called Baba in themorning, I called Raghav.
Raghav, its me. Gopal From Kota, I said, my last word soft.
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Oh, wow, we were just talking about you Raghav said. With who? Aartis here. Flow are you, man? Hows Kola? We miss you.
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Yeah, she wanted me to help her choose her course. Where are you? T wanted to ask her why shehad come to Raghavs place. However, it didnt seem the best way to starta conversation.
Why didnt you call back? Will ask my landlord if 1 can receive calls Tell me when you will behome. J will call you. I want to talk. Talk now. Whats up? You are with Raghav, 1 said. Generally When girls use vague terms like generally, it is cause for specificconcern. Or maybe not. It could be my overactive mind. T have to choose a course. That sthe only reason 1 am doing it I want an easy course lOh so your air hostess plans are not dead" 1 said.
MaybeBSc Home Science is better, no?