What Young India Wants is a non-fiction effort on paper by Chetan Bhagat.
“What Young India Wants” is based on Chetan Bhagat’s vast experience as a very thriving writer and motivational speaker. His narration is very understandable, simple style, and with great imminent, he analyses some of the multifaceted issues in the current modern India, he also offers solutions and invites debate on the issues. And, at the end, he asks this important question: Unless we are all in concord on what it is going to take to make our country better, how will things ever change? If you want to understand modern India, the problems that face it, and want to be a part of the solution, What Young India Wants is the book for you.
In his latest book, What Young India Wants, Chetan Bhagat asks hard questions, demands answers and presents solutions for a better, more prosperous India.
He asks hard questions, demand answers and presents solutions for a better and more wealthy India in a convincing manner. Few of the Questions he has taken are:
- Why do our students regularly commit suicide?
- Why is there so much corruption in India?
- Can’t our political parties ever work together?
- Does our vote make any difference at all?
- We love our India, but shouldn’t some things be different?
Most of us have asked the same questions at some time or the other. So does Chetan Bhagat, in What Young India Wants, his first book of non-fiction.
Before What Young India Wants, he has written 5 books this is the first in the non-fiction category. Hi previous 5 books are:
- Five Point Someone written in 2004 (Based on which the movie 3 Idiots, Nanban(tamil) was adapted ),
- One Night @ the Call Center written in 2005(Based on which the movie Hello was adapted),
- The Three Mistakes of My Life written in 2008(Based on which the movie Kai Po Che! was adapted),
- 2 States: The Story of My Marriage written in 2009(Based on which the movie 2 states(2013) was adapted),
- Revolution 2020.
Cheers and Success to Chetan Bhagat, in the attempt to provide the solution (and also debate) to the hardest questions he has asked the young Indians, in changing the face of India.