Depiction of Youth Culture in Chetan Bhagat’s Novels

  • I Angelinnirmala Assistant professor of English, Muthurangam Govt. Arts College, Vellore
  • P Sujatha M.Phil (part-time), Research scholar, Muthurangam Govt. Arts College, vellore Asst. Professor in English, Sri Renugambal college of Education, Ettivadi, Polur


Chetan Bhagat is an Indian author, columnist and speaker. Bhagat is the author of five But selling novels, Five point someone, One Night @ the call center, The 3 mistakes of My life, 2 States and What Young India Wants. Chetan Bhagat’s debut Novel Five Point Someone- is one of the highest selling English Novels published in India and remained on the best seller list until now since its release in 2004. The novel begins in a unique way where the author takes the liberty of sharing his opinion. One Night @ the call center first published in 2005. The novel revolves around the group of six call center employees working at the connexions call center in Gurgaon, Hariyana. The 3 Mistakes of My life was published in may 2008 and had an initial print run of 420,000. The Novel follows The story about a couple coming from two different states in /India, who face hardships in convincing their parents to approve of their marriage and is his fourth book. What Young India wants is the only non-fiction book by Chetan Bhagat, author of five novels. It is a compilation of his speeches and essays. It has various topics ranging from Indian society, Indian politics and young Indians

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Angelinnirmala, I., & Sujatha, P. (2015). Depiction of Youth Culture in Chetan Bhagat’s Novels. Shanlax International Journal of English, 3(2), 42-50. Retrieved from